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Brooks Stadium


Enjoy America's favorite pastime by attending a prep, collegiate, American Legion or minor league baseball game at Paducah's historic ballpark. Brooks Stadium is home of the Paducah Chiefs, a member of the Ohio Valley League, a collegiate, wooden bat league during the summer months.

The historic minor league stadium was built by J. Polk Brooks, who constructed the ballpark in 1948. Brooks was Vice President of the Mississippi-Ohio Valley League while his team was active in their league. Brooks Stadium was the home of the Paducah Chiefs, a minor-league affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals.

An outstanding facility to host a baseball tournament, Brooks Stadium offers a neutral site, total crowd control, locker rooms, on-site accessible bathrooms, PA system, lights and motorcoach parking. Spectator capacity is 1,800 and parking capacity is 200 vehicles.