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Bush Stadium, Indianapolis IN
Bush Stadium, built in 1931, was home of minor league baseball's
Indianapolis Indians for many years, as well as the
Indianapolis Clowns of the
Negro Leagues. It was also the location where parts of the film "Eight
Men Out" were shot. During the 1996 season, the Indians moved to a new
downtown ballpark, and Bush Stadium was converted to an auto race track. This
was not successful, and for the better part of the last decade, the ballpark has
sat vacant and decaying.
The attached photos were taken by me in July 2005.
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I DON'T GIVE OUT LOCATIONS. I DON'T KNOW IF THE BUILDINGS ARE FOR SALE. I DON'T KNOW IF THE BUILDINGS ARE STILL STANDING.
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