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Red Barber Park

Barber was born in Columbus and called MLB plays for years for the Yankees, Brooklyn Dodgers and the Reds.

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Bigbee Park

Bigbee Park

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Debt Park

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The Park

The Park

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Tan Bottom Park

Tan Bottom Park

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COLUMBUS SPORTS COMPLEX

COLUMBUS SPORTS COMPLEX, BY SGT KENNETH HARRIS

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Tanner Park

Keeps the history but leaves the "Yard" off. My problem with Riverside Park is that it is not beside the river. The park is beside Hwy 182.

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BRIDGE TO NOWHERE PARK

BRIDGE TO NOWHERE PARK

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Da Hood Park

I suggest you...Name it Da Hood aight!

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Tan Yard Park

From Rufus Ward's recent Dispatch column: What is now commonly referred to as the Hitch Lot or Burns Bottom is the location of the earliest known industrial site in Columbus. The original United States Survey of 1823, which includes Columbus, calls Moore’s Creek the “Tan Yard Branch” and shows a farm or improved area south of the creek about where the park is being developed and north of Military Street (now Second Avenue ...more »

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Friendly City Soccer Complex

Maybe a name that focuses more on the city and it's inhabitants.

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nat moore

Moore's Creek Park

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