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The Kenosha Kingfish may be a new team in the Northwoods League, but their home is among the oldest. In the summer of 2014, the newly-formed organization took the field at Historic Simmons Field, a 3,218-seat ballpark built in 1920. The Simmons Field diamond has hosted high school teams, semi-pro clubs, women's pro leagues, and even multi-platinum boy bands over the decades before its current residents moved in and changed all the locks. Today, the Kingfish continue to share the beautiful old ballpark with local amateur teams and exhibition games, continuing the legacy of quality baseball in the town of Kenosha. The team sold out 22 of 36 games during the inaugural season and are looking forward to an even more exciting 2015 season. From Zip-Lining Mascots and celebrity appearances, to Toilet Seat Races and the Dancing Elvi' Dancing Grounds Crew, the Kenosha Kingfish provide exciting and affordable, family-oriented entertainment.
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