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Diamond Park was a 1,500 seat baseball stadium located in Edmonton, Alberta. A covered grandstand provided 500 and bleachers down the first base had 1,000 more seats. Constructed by a local businessman Frank Gray, who was also Edmonton's baseball club director, in 1907. Home to the Edmonton Eskimos baseball team, it was located on the Ross Flats below the site of the MacDonald Hotel. There is still a ball diamond on the site, but the stands are gone.
- Ducey, Brant E. (1998). The Rajah of Renfrew: the life and times of John E. Ducey, "Edmonton's Mr. Baseball". Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta Press. p. 44. ISBN 0-88864-314-4.
- Aubrey, Merrily K. (2004). Naming Edmonton: from Ada to Zoie. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta Press. p. 73. ISBN 0-88864-423-X.
- Person, Dennis; Routledge, Carin (1981). Edmonton:Portrait of a City. Edmonton: Reidmore. p. 87. ISBN 0-919091-05-9.
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