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CAMPBELL
California, U.S.A.
THE LAST BASEBALL TOWN
Welcome to Campbell, California.
The city of Campbell is bordered by San Jose, Los Gatos and Saratoga, and is home to around 39,000 people. The founder of the city was a man by the name of Benjamin Campbell, who bought 160 acres of land in Santa Clara Valley to grow hay and grain. Later, this area became what is today Campbell's historical downtown. Campbell is a primarily residential area of suburban kind, and the city has very little commercial activity. The two largest retailers are Fry's Electronics and Home Depot, and both are among the biggest employers in the city. Most of the residential buildings here are single-family homes, with a slight influx of recent condominiums, apartments and duplexes. The majority of homes here were built between the 1950s and 1970s, but there are also older homes from the beginning of the 20th century. The oldest commercial building in the area is the Grower's Bank from 1920, which has gone from being a bank to a movie theatre, and most recently, a wine bar and restaurant. Campbell is known as The Last Baseball Town, thanks to a book of that very name that tells the story of the city's baseball heritage. The city has produced a number of famous players including Steve Davis, Dan Gladden and Doug Capilla, and several others. The City of Campbell in fact, ran one of the most successful youth baseball programs in America, taking home a total of 14 World Series between the years of 1960-1987.
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