McDonough Park, Geneva, New York

McDonough Park opened in 1958 as the home of the minor league Geneva Red Legs and remains in use today as the proud home of the prestigious Perfect Game Collegiate League’s Geneva Red Wings. With a seating capacity of over three thousand and a trendy stadium atmosphere, McDonough Park has a grand history in its roots as the home of several other minor league teams such as the Geneva Cubs and Geneva Reds. Now being remodeled with new concession stands, seating arrangements and field turf for the upcoming 2016 season, this historic minor league stadium will feature collegiate summer baseball minor league style. As the home of the Red Wings, the park will once again become a mainstay for fans throughout the Upstate New York area as Geneva battles opposing teams throughout New York. With new ownership that has over 30 years of experience in the collegiate game, the Red Wings have revamped McDonough park making it the most unique stadium in the area.

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