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Christensen Stadium

Christensen Stadium
Full name Christensen Stadium
Location Midland, Texas
Capacity 4,000
Opened 1952

Christensen Stadium is a stadium in Midland, Texas. It has been used for baseball and was home of the Midland RockHounds until they moved to Citibank Ballpark in 2002. The ballpark has a capacity of 4,000 people and opened in 1952. It was previously known as Angels Stadium and Cubs Stadium when the park hosted AA teams for those franchises. Today Christensen Stadium is used for amateur games at the college and high school levels.

The late Tejano singer Selena performed in Christensen Stadium in 1994 (then called Angels Stadium) for a charity event.

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