Baseball Pilgrimages
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Phone: 501-664-1555

Outfield Dimensions
LF: 332'   CF: 400'   RF: 330'

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Level: AA
League: Texas
Affiliate: Los Angeles Angels
2014 Travelers Schedule
Radio: KARN 920 AM


Travel Info
Nearest Major Airport:
Little Rock National
(7.7 miles)

Nearest Pro Ballpark:
AutoZone Park in Memphis, TN (134.9 miles)

Ballpark Attendance
Year Total Rank *
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
308,109
300,594
326,066
346,635
377,997
372,475
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Dickey-Stephens Park


Opened: 2007
Capacity: 7,000
Ballpark address:
400 West Broadway Avenue
North Little Rock, AR   72114

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Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock

Dickey-Stephens Park Facts, Figures & Firsts


  • Construction cost: $40.4 million
  • Financing: The majority of the ballpark's cost - about 83% - was paid for by the public. On August 9, 2005, voters of North Little Rock approved, at a 54.3% rate, a temporary 1% sales tax increase that funded $28 million of the cost from the two years the tax was collected. Another $5.6 million was to be raised from ballpark revenue. On the private side of the ledger, Warren Stephens made a financial contribution of $440,494 and a land donation valued at $6.3 million. Also, the North Little Rock City Beautiful Commission donated $15,000.
  • Architect: HKS Architects
  • Construction manager: East-Harding/Hensel Phelps Construction
  • Groundbreaking date: November 30, 2005
  • Ballpark construction began on January 26, 2006 and was completed on March 27, 2007, a span of 426 days.
  • Built on 11.6 acres of land alongside the Broadway Bridge that was donated by Warren Stephens, the CEO of Stephens Inc., a Little Rock-based private investment bank.
  • Is 1.8 miles northeast of the State Capitol in Little Rock.
  • Named for two sets of deceased local Arkansas brothers who earned fame and fortune in athletics and business. The athletes were Bill and George "Skeeter" Dickey. Both were catchers and Bill was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1954. The businessmen were Jack and W.R. "Witt" Stephens. Witt founded Stephens Inc. in 1933 and Jack was CEO of the company from 1956-1986.
  • Owned by the City of North Little Rock and operated by the Arkansas Travelers.
  • Has 5,288 fixed seats and 24 suites.
  • First game: The Frisco RoughRiders beat the Arkansas Travelers, 6-5, on April 12, 2007 in front of 7,943 fans

    Other ballpark firsts (all of which occurred on 4/12/07):
    Pitch Batter Hit (single) Home Run Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
    Daniel Davidson Todd Donovan Greg Porter Curtis Pride Matt Farnum Bill Edwards Randy Williams

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