Billy Hebert Complex
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- Former home of Stockton Ports and University of the Pacific Baseball
- Baseball stadium with turf infield and lights
- Two smaller fields with lights that can host events for ages up to 12 and Under
- Admission will be charged for events at Billy Hebert
In 1950, the ballpark was named for Billy Hebert, who learned to play baseball in the city recreation department's boys' league and played with the Junior Legion for Karl Ross Post. Hebert was a scrappy second baseman in the minor leagues before, at 22, he was killed in the Solomon Islands in 1942 during World War II. He was the nation's first professional ballplayer killed in action.