Harford Sports Complex
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Harford Sports Complex, formerly Thomas Run Park, is a multi-purpose sports park in Bel Air, Harford County, Maryland, utilized by Harford Community College. It consists of one lit all-grass regulation baseball field, one turf infield/grass outfield regulation baseball field, two lit 'skin' softball fields, a concession pavilion, stadium, basketball courts, and lit tennis courts. The fields are operated and owned by nearby Harford Community College. The complex is also occasionally used by Harford Technical High School as well as other area high schools, and by community adult baseball and softball teams.
The baseball complex was home to the Atlantic League Aberdeen Arsenal baseball team in 2000, before the Aberdeen IronBirds moved to the completed Ripken Stadium in 2002. The expanded field had a capacity of about 2,000, which has since been dismantled back down to the original bleachers and walkways.
Harford Stadium is a 1,000 seat soccer and lacrosse stadium. Constructed in 1968, a 2007 renovation eliminated a track, and now features an artificial turf field, lights, and press pavilion.〔(Facility Overview )〕
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