Did you know Park Slope was home to three major league baseball parks back in the day? FIPS pointed us to this Wikipedia entry on Washington Park, three fields located around 3rd Street and 4th Avenue from 1883 until about 1914. The teams to play on the site included the Atlantics, the Superbas (who also went by the Dodgers) and the Brooklyn Tip-Tops.
Park Slope’s Ye Olde Minor League Baseball Team [FIPS]
Photo via Wikipedia
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