The Minot Mallards of the Manitoba-Dakota League were the first professional team to play their home games at Corbett, and every team after has called Corbett Field home. Satchel Paige played three games as a Mallard during his barnstorming days, and other Negro Leagues stars made appearances there.
Each summer, Corbett Field hosts numerous youth games for Bishop Ryan High School and Minot High School, as well as American Legion games for the Minot Vistas. Minot State University, an NCAA Division II baseball program, calls Corbett Field home in the spring.
The Minot Hot Tots joined the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs as the only summer-collegiate teams to play at the stadium.
Construction on Corbett Field in Minot began in 1935 and was completed in 1937. Corbett Field was initially known as Minot Municipal Ballpark. The present name comes from a local Minot dentist Victor A. Corbett, who was the president of the park board at the time when improvements were being made to the field.
The first improvements to the stadium came in 1947 as the Minot Parks and Recreation Board added an awning over the grandstand as well as field lights for the facility. The most recent upgrade to the stadium is the turf field that was installed in November of 2017.
In 2018, Corbett Field was awarded the winner of the Best of the Ballparks: Summer Collegiate Edition fan vote from Ballpark Digest readers. Corbett Field defeated Homer Stryker Field, home to the Northwoods League’s Kalamazoo Growlers.
The Best of the Ballparks fan vote on Ballpark Digest began in May and encompassed MLB, MiLB, independent and summer-collegiate ballparks. Over 56,000 fans voted in the summer-collegiate rounds — a huge bump from the 33,000 fans voting for summer-collegiate ballparks in 2017. Overall, over 456,000 fans voted in the 2018 Best of the Ballparks vote.