Warren Ballpark is a baseball stadium located in Bisbee, Arizona. The ballpark was recently home to the Tucson Saguaros of the Pecos League and the Bisbee-Douglas Copper Kings of the independent Arizona—Mexico League The Stadium was built in by the Calumet and Arizona Mining Company which later merged with Phelps Dodge as a recreation for the miners and their families, pre-dating the construction of Chicago's Wrigley Field by nearly five years. The ballpark spans approximately forty acres, and is surrounded by an 8-foot 2. It is divided into two sections: a baseball field on the East side, and a football stadium on the West.
10th Annual Copper City Classic Vintage Base Ball Tournament
Teams are dressed in period uniforms and play by rules adopted when Lincoln was president. Come cheer or razz the local team, the Bisbee Black Sox. The tournament commemorates the Chicago White Sox, the best team in baseball that, should have been world champions but were thwarted by a handful of team members who conspired with gamblers to fix the World Series. Kids 12 and under are free with an adult ticket.
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