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Simmons Field

Kenosha's Simmons Field was home to the Kenosha Twins of the Midwest League from 1984 to 1992. This ballpark was originally constructed in 1933 and is still in use by the City of Kenosha; it will host the Frontier League's Kenosha Mammoths in 2003.


[Simmons Field; Kenosha, Wisconsin]
Photograph by Adam Kleba, July 4, 2001.


Source of Name: Named for the Simmons Manufacturing Company (Simmons mattresses), which was founded in Kenosha.



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Ballpark Characteristics

  Left Center Right Seating
  330  400    330   3,000  (1988)
  330  405    330   3,000  (1986)

Attendance Record

  Year Attendance
  1992    45,349
  1991    59,331
  1990    53,373
  1989    63,392
  1988    64,285
  1987    58,197
  1986    57,495
  1985    60,977
  1984    87,672



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