Pringles Park

Pringles Park is a 6,000 seat minor league baseball stadium located in Jackson, Tennessee. It opened in 1998.

Pringles Park was built by the municipal government of Jackson, Tennessee and is the home of the Jackson Generals of the Southern League. The Generals are the Class AA affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. The stadium is located east of downtown Jackson and is visible from Interstate 40. Procter & Gamble's Pringles bought the naming rights, Pringles are manufactured in Jackson.

Pringles Park was awarded the 2010-2012 Ohio Valley Conference Baseball Championship as well as the 2011 Southern League All-Star Game.

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  • OpenBuildings
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  • Chris Caldwell
    Chris Caldwell commented
    It was build long before 2010, the sportsplex next to the park was completed in 2009 or 2010 and features baseball & softball fields used by the different kids leagues of Madison County. Pringles Park was the home of the Diamond Jaxx for many years and currently is home to the Jackson Generals. It is scaled down but has almost all the sites and sounds of a full sized major league ball park. It is very well maintained and fun for the whole family.
    about 5 years ago via Mobile