| Jackson Generals
||Double-A Affiliate of the Mariners
Pringles Park Facts, Figures, Firsts & Footnotes
Construction cost: $8 million
Financing: The City of Jackson issued a general obligation bond
Naming rights: Proctor & Gamble, makers of Pringles potato chips, signed a 15-year, $1.2 million deal on December 23, 1997 that was the first ever naming rights agreement for a Double-A ballpark. Pringles have been made in Jackson since the 1970s.
Owned by the City of Jackson.
First game: April 16, 1998
Beginning in 2010 and continuing through 2012, is the site of the Ohio Valley Conference (NCAA Division I) baseball tournament. Jacksonville State won the '10 tourney.
Located next to the West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex, a 17-field youth baseball and softball complex that opened on August 25, 2006.