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Mitch Stadium

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Surface  Bluegrass
Opened  10 April 1955
Broke ground  1955
Capacity  2,000
Mitch Stadium
Location  600 Poplar Street Kenova, WV 25530
Owner  Ceredo-Kenova Little League
Field size  Left Field - 196 ft Left-Center - 205 ft Center Field - 205 ft Right-Center - 205 ft Right Field - 198 ft

Mitch stadium hd

Mitch Stadium is a baseball field located on the boundary line between the Town of Ceredo and the City of Kenova in West Virginia. It is home to the Ceredo-Kenova Little League and numerous annual community events. The stadium was created in 1955 and is named in honor of Elmer "Big Mitch" Mitchell, who served as groundskeeper at the facility for 27 years until his death in 1981. The facility at Mitch Stadium has previously hosted concerts, youth football and soccer events, and community carnivals and festivals. "The Mitch" has hosted 7 West Virginia Little League State Tournaments, the 1965 Little League Divisional Tournament, the 2009 Little League 2009 Little League Southeast Regional Baseball and Softball Tournaments, and serves as the host of the Little League 9-10 Year-Old Tournament of State Champions.


Tournament of State Champions

Little League Baseball champions in the 9-10 Year-Old Division from ten states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia) travel annually to Mitch Stadium for the annual Tournament of State Champions, the first Little League sanctioned tournament in the age division. The sixth annual Tournament of State Champions will be held July 30-August 4, 2010.


Mitch Stadium Wikipedia

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