COLUMBUS, Ohio---Some of America's most profound baseball history is unlocked at Huntington Park, the two year home of the Columbus Clippers of the International League.
The beautiful stadium is built on reclaimed land that had been the site of the Ohio Penitenitary.
This no-bull pen opened in 1834 and closed in 1983. A couple of its more famous players included George "Bugs" Moran and Sam Shepard, the inspiration for the hit television show and movie "The Fugitive." The crumbling penitentiary was razed in 1998 and the 22-acre site has become the hub of nightlife activity in downtown Columbus in what is called "The Arena District......"