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In the 1930s and 1940s, baseball was played at the 44th and Parkside Ballpark, where the originally Negro National League-affiliated Philadelphia Stars began a legacy that community organizers are attempting to restore for future generations.
Today a memorial park, located at Belmont and Parkside avenues, commemorates the site where the Philadelphia Stars once played. The Philadelphia City Planning Commission, along with grassroots organizations such as the Business Association of West Parkside, the Parkside Association of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Business and Technology Center, is looking to create a memorial baseball field for the historic team near its original location.

Added on 30 Apr 2017
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