LaGrave Field

LaGrave, Fort Worth Cats

LaGrave Field Boasts Impressive History

A ballpark near downtown Fort Worth and along the banks of the Trinity River has made its mark on the city’s sports history.


(Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Best Veterans Day Events In DFW

Whether you are a veteran or not, the DFW area has plenty of activities to commemorate Veterans Day. Celebrate our brave soldiers this year with the following events.


Tony Weathers, 30, died trying to cross the Trinity River during the 15th 'Original Mud Run' event in Fort Worth on April 14, 2012. This is him at the starting line.(Credit: Weathers Family)

Friends Say Mud Run Victim In ‘Perfect Shape’

30-year-old Tony Weathers posed confidently for a picture at the starting line.


The location of LaGrave Field, where an Original Mud Run participant died. (Credit: Google Maps)

Original Mud Run Participant Dies During Fort Worth Event

A participant in the annual Original Mud Run slipped while traversing the Trinity River and was pulled under and died, Fort Worth Fire Dept. spokesman Timothy Hardeman said.


Fort Worth Cats former owner Carl Bell, middle, helps announce the sale of the team on Dec. 21, 2011. (Credit: Chuck Schechner/KRLD)

Fort Worth Cats Owner Announces Sale To Former Rangers President

The financially troubled Fort Worth Cats minor league ball team has been sold to a group headed by former Texas Rangers president Mike Stone.


LaGrave, Fort Worth Cats

Fan’s Guide To LaGrave Field

LaGrave Field has gone through many incarnations in its history between the Trinity River and Fort Worth’s Main Street.


A modern streetcar sits on exhibit at in Fort Worth. The city was pondering adopting a rail system. (credit: Joel Thomas/KTVT/KTXA)

Fort Worth Trying Final Push For Streetcar Support

Standing on the corner of 7th St. and Throckmorton Ave. Wednesday afternoon, Mayor Mike Moncrief presented onlookers with what he hopes will eventually shuttle residents around the city: A modern streetcar.

CBS 11–11/17/2010