Griffith Stadium was built in 1891. It burned down 20 years later and was rebuilt in 1911. Originally named National Park, it was renamed Griffith Stadium in 1920, after Washington Senators owner Clark Griffith. It housed the original Washington Senators from 1903 – 1960. They then moved to Minnesota and became the Twins. It then housed the second Washington Senators for one season, 1961. Shibe Park was built in 1909 and housed the Philadelphia Athletics from 1909 - 1954 and the Philadelphia Phillies from 1938 – 1970, as well as part of the 1927 season. The high wall in right field is known as the “spite wall” because it was built in 1935 to prevent neighbors across the street from watching games for free from their rooftops. No hay reembolso para este artículo. Más información en www.xbox.com/live/accounts.