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Topic - James L. Gates Jr.
Gates said the Homestead Grays of Pittsburgh in the Negro Leagues used Griffith Park in Washington, D.C., as their home field at times during the 1940s.
"The answer is somewhat gray and cloudy," said James L. Gates Jr., the baseball Hall of Fame's library director. "There have multiple instances where teams at different levels did not play at home for a variety of reasons. Unfortunately, there is no formal list of such activity, only anecdotal stories that we pick up from time to time."