O’Sullivan Park (Lawrence, MA)

osullivan_0001O’Sullivan Park was once located on Water Street and functioned as the baseball field for the City from the 19 teens through the early sixties. It hosted a variety of minor league and bush league teams as well as the Lawrence High School team for four decades. It was named after Captain Edward F. O’Sullivan who was employed in the City as an assistant city engineer and later was both a Massachusetts Representative and Senator. He enlisted in Company I, Sixth Regiment, later Company F, Ninth Regiment, MVM. He served in the Spanish American War, where illness occurring during service, ultimately leading to his death in 1906.

The area where the baseball field was is now the Lawrence Boys and Girls Club.

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  2. […] going south on Broadway at Water Street where the Boys and Girls Club is now was the location of O’Sullivan Park which was a ball field.   The Lawrence Millionaires played in the New England League at this […]

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