Kelly Automotive/Pullman Park is a Minor League Baseball Park in Butler, PA.
The original Pullman Park, located in the heart of the city of Butler, was built in 1934 by the Butler Athletic Club. Using a volunteer workforce, it was constructed on land donated by the Standard Steel Car Company.
Since then, the park has become an important historical and cultural venue to Butler County hosting many famous minor league teams, such as the New York Yankees and the Pittsburgh Pirates. The original park ceased operations in 2005, and in 2007 a new and even better ball park emerged. The new park is very appealing and is still a focal point for baseball. The park currently attracts baseball clinics, tournaments, and is home of the Butler BlueSox.