Ray Winder Field, along Interstate 630, is coming down, piece by piece.
The former homestand of the Arkansas Travelers was sold by the city of Little Rock to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) last October for 1-point-3-million dollars.
The historic baseball park was built back in the 1930s.
The Travelers relocated to Dickey-Stephens Park in North Little Rock more than five years ago, leaving Ray Winder Field empty.
Starting on Monday, the crews tearing down Ray Winder Field will need to shutdown parts of Interstate 630 during the evening hours.
The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department says the removal of the fence will require the westbound outside lane to be closed nightly in the area between Cedar Street and Fair Park Boulevard. The closures will occur through Friday (July 6).
The lane closures will be in effect between 7PM and 6AM.
In addition, on the nights of July 5 and 6, all three westbound lanes will need to be shutdown for 15-minute intervals between 1:30AM and 4:30AM.