Star Park
Star Park in 1885.
LocationSyracuse, New York
Capacity6,000 (American football)
Syracuse Stars (AA) (1885–1890)
Syracuse Pros (APFA) (1921)
Syracuse Athletic Club (Ind.) (1890–1900)
Syracuse Stars (MiLB) (1877–1889, 1891–1929)

Starr Park is the name applied to several former sports stadiums in Syracuse, New York. The name referred to the Syracuse professional baseball teams, which were called the Stars beginning around 1870 and continuing in most seasons until the last Stars team was fielded in 1929.

This last Star Park was also the home of the short-lived Syracuse Pros football team, who were "possible" members of the American Professional Football Association (later renamed the National Football League), in 1921.

Syracuse was without minor league ball until Municipal Stadium opened in 1934, for a newly transferred International League club that was named the Syracuse Chiefs.

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