The original Pullman Park facility was built in 1934 by volunteers, on land leased from the Standard Steel Car Company, which was later donated to the City of Butler. Pullman Park is one of the largest fields in the state of Pennsylvania, and one of the last remaining remnants of the Pennsylvania State Associations and the Middle-Atlantic League. In its prime, farm teams for the New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Indians and Pittsburgh Pirates called it home.
In 2008, the new Pullman Park opened and became available for baseball to begin again. The 75th anniversary of Pullman Park was celebrated with a renovation of the entire park.
In 2014, the naming rights for the stadium were purchased by Kelly Automotive. This new name became a staple of the community until its inevitable renaming to Michelle Krill Memorial Field.
Michelle Krill Memorial Field at Pullman Park is now a longstanding staple of Butler culture. From the old days of Yankee farm teams, to the current days of the BlueSox, Pullman Park has made a longstanding impact on the town we all love.
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