Northeast Ohio has a longstanding history with the sport of baseball. Originally built in 1891 and home of Cleveland professional baseball for over 50 years, Cleveland’s historic League Park witnessed some of the game’s best cleats to ever grace the field including Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Satchel Paige, Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio. The park even hosted the 1920 World Series.

Today, the venue has been renovated to include Cleveland’s Baseball Heritage Museum and hosts youth and travel games throughout the spring, summer and fall.


Public Transit options via Cleveland RTA – Visit here to plan your trip!

Parking Map located here

Additional Information

League Park is a fully artificial playing surface

League Park Details

Venue Address: 6601 Lexington Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103

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