Architecture Around Us: Louis A.S. Bellinger, Architect, and the Forgotten Baseball Parks of the Hill District


Among places that are not there anymore in Pittsburgh, few have more mystique than Forbes Field, but that was not the only place the crack of the bat could be heard. In the 1920s and '30s, three other ball parks--Ammon Field, Central Amusement Park, and Greenlee Field--showcased the athleticism of the boys of summer.

The Historical Society retains the right to reprint articles in any format or media, and retains the right to grant that permission to others.