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Field of Broken Dreams: What Campbell's Field Looks Like Now
Jan 28, 2019
Published Jan 27, 2019 at 11:10 AM | Updated at 8:15 AM EST on Jan 28, 2019
Campbell's Field in New Jersey, the onetime home of independent league baseball's Camden Riversharks, now sits in a heap of twisted steel and broken brick and concrete after being demolished.
Built in 2001, the 6,700-seat stadium once featured a view of the Philadelphia skyline and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge connecting Camden with Philly, but that all went away in December of last year.
The Riversharks left the ballpark in 2015 and it remained mostly unused since then. By December of 2018, the demolition process had begun.
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