Vaughn Street Park

Vaughn Street Park Vaughn Street Park was a baseball park located in Portland, Oregon. It opened in 1901, and was torn down in 1956. Its primary tenant was the Portland Beavers Pacific Coast League team.

During a stretch when the club was tagged as the "Lucky Beavers", the ballpark was also sometimes called Lucky Beavers Stadium.Today, the site is an industrial property, with no traces of the stadium remaining except for a plaque.Early historyThe stadium was built in 1901, financed by E. I. Fuller and C. F. Swigert, two owners of trolley lines that ran nearby. The ballpark was on a block bounded b

During a stretch when the club was tagged as the "Lucky Beavers", the ballpark was also sometimes called Lucky Beavers Stadium.Today, the site is an industrial property, with no traces of the stadium remaining except for a plaque.Early historyThe stadium was built in 1901, financed by E. I. Fuller and C. F. Swigert, two owners of trolley lines that ran nearby. The ballpark was on a block bounded b

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