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Stars Park was a baseball park in St. Louis, Missouri, at the southeast corner of Compton and Laclede Avenues. The stadium was one of the few ballparks purposely built for a Negro league team. The ground was home to the St. Louis Stars of the Negro National League from 1922 to 1931. It had a capacity of 10,000. A photograph of the park was unearthed in 2016, in the collection of the Missouri Historical Society; the park was previously thought to have no surviving photographs.

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  • Stars Park was a baseball park in St. Louis, Missouri, at the southeast corner of Compton and Laclede Avenues. The stadium was one of the few ballparks purposely built for a Negro league team. The ground was home to the St. Louis Stars of the Negro National League from 1922 to 1931. It had a capacity of 10,000. A photograph of the park was unearthed in 2016, in the collection of the Missouri Historical Society; the park was previously thought to have no surviving photographs.
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  • Stars Park was a baseball park in St. Louis, Missouri, at the southeast corner of Compton and Laclede Avenues. The stadium was one of the few ballparks purposely built for a Negro league team. The ground was home to the St. Louis Stars of the Negro National League from 1922 to 1931. It had a capacity of 10,000. A photograph of the park was unearthed in 2016, in the collection of the Missouri Historical Society; the park was previously thought to have no surviving photographs.
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