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What was the Boston Braves stadium called?


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2004-11-30 11:35:04
2004-11-30 11:35:04

It was called Braves Field. They first played in the South End Grounds in Boston, until the built Braves Field in 1915. The Braves played the 1914 World series at Fenway Park because it was bigger and newer than the South End Grounds.


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