Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium - Baseball stadium in Omaha

Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium was a baseball stadium in Omaha. Rosenblatt Stadium was the largest, minor league baseball stadium in the United States, began demolition in late July. The pressbox girders were imploded on the morning of August. Louis Cardinals farm team was the first, professional baseball team to call Omaha. Stadium was renamed to honor former Omaha mayor Johnny Rosenblatt in 1964. Additions was new 10,000 seats bringing the total capacity of one. The Royals had named multiple, Other cities, struggled for years. The group aired a TV commercial with actor Kevin Costner, created an informational website, was composed of governmental spending critics. The Nighthawks played four games at Rosenblatt Stadium. The Henry Doorly Zoo purchased control of the land. Atmosphere Johnny Rosenblatt Stadium was of the few one stadiums. Ballpark is owned by Omaha Royals President Alan Stein.

Baseball stadium in Omaha, Largest, minor league baseball stadium in the United States, Few one stadiums