List of Triple-A baseball stadiums

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The following is a list of current Triple-A (baseball) stadiums.

Current stadiums[edit]

International League[edit]

Team name
(Location)
Stadium name Opened Capacity Surface Distance to Center Field Ref
Buffalo Bisons
(Buffalo, New York)
Coca-Cola Field
Formerly, Dunn Tire Park,
North AmeriCare Park,
Downtown Ballpark and Pilot Field
1988 18,025 Grass 410 feet (120 m) [1]
Charlotte Knights
(Charlotte, North Carolina)
BB&T Ballpark 2014 10,200 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [2]
Columbus Clippers
(Columbus, Ohio)
Huntington Park 2009 10,100 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [3]
Durham Bulls
(Durham, North Carolina)
Durham Bulls Athletic Park 1995 10,000 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [4]
Gwinnett Braves
(Lawrenceville, Georgia)
Coolray Field
Formerly, Gwinnett Stadium
2009 10,427 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [5]
Indianapolis Indians
(Indianapolis, Indiana)
Victory Field 1996 14,230 Grass 402 feet (123 m) [6]
Lehigh Valley IronPigs
(Allentown, Pennsylvania)
Coca-Cola Park 2008 10,100 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [7]
Louisville Bats
(Louisville, Kentucky)
Louisville Slugger Field 2000 13,131 Grass 405 feet (123 m) [8]
Norfolk Tides
(Norfolk, Virginia)
Harbor Park 1993 12,067 Grass 410 feet (120 m) [9]
Pawtucket Red Sox
(Pawtucket, Rhode Island)
McCoy Stadium 1942 10,031 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [10]
Rochester Red Wings
(Rochester, New York)
Frontier Field 1997 10,840 Grass 402 feet (123 m) [11]
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders
(Moosic, Pennsylvania)
PNC Field
Formerly, Lackawanna County Stadium
1989 10,000 Grass 408 feet (124 m) [12]
Syracuse Chiefs
(Syracuse, New York)
NBT Bank Stadium
Formerly, Alliance Bank Stadium, and P&C Stadium
1997 11,071 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [13]
Toledo Mud Hens
(Toledo, Ohio)
Fifth Third Field 2002 10,300 Grass 412 feet (126 m) [14]

Mexican League[edit]

As of the 2011 season there are 14 active clubs in the Liga Mexicana de Béisbol:[15]

Team name
(Location)
Stadium name Opened Capacity Surface Distance to Center Field Reference
Piratas de Campeche
(Campeche, Campeche)
Estadio Nelson Barrera 2001 6,000 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [16][17]
Vaqueros Laguna
(Torreón, Coahuila)
Estadio Revolución 1932 8,500 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [18][19]
Diablos Rojos del México
(Mexico City, D.F.)
Foro Sol 1993 26,000 FieldTurf 417 feet (127 m) [20]
Petroleros de Minatitlán
(Minatitlán, Veracruz)
Parque 18 de marzo de 1938 1992 7,500 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [21]
Acereros de Monclova
(Monclova, Coahuila)
Estadio de Béisbol Monclova 1975 9,000 Grass 410 feet (120 m) [19][22]
Sultanes de Monterrey
(Monterrey, Nuevo León)
Estadio de Béisbol Monterrey 1990 27,000 Grass 405 feet (123 m) [19][23]
Guerreros de Oaxaca
(Oaxaca, Oaxaca)
Eduardo Vasconcelos Stadium 1950 7,200 FieldTurf 400 feet (120 m) [24][25]
Pericos de Puebla
(Puebla, Puebla)
Estadio de Béisbol Hermanos Serdán 1972 12,112 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [20]
Tigres de Quintana Roo
(Cancún, Quintana Roo)
Estadio de Béisbol Beto Ávila 9,500 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [17][26]
Broncos de Reynosa
(Reynosa, Tamaulipas)
Estadio Adolfo López Mateos 1963 7,000 Grass [19][27]
Saraperos de Saltillo
(Saltillo, Coahuila)
Estadio de Béisbol Francisco I. Madero 1963 16,000 Grass 395 feet (120 m) [19][28]
Olmecas de Tabasco
(Villahermosa, Tabasco)
Parque Centenario 27 de Febrero 1964 10,500 Grass 380 feet (120 m) [29][30]
Rojos del Águila de Veracruz
(Veracruz, Veracruz)
Estadio Universitario Beto Ávila 1992 7,782 Grass 380 feet (120 m) [31]
Leones de Yucatán
(Mérida, Yucatán)
Estadio de Béisbol Kukulkán 1982 13,600 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [17][32]

Pacific Coast League[edit]

Team name
(Location)
Stadium name Opened Capacity Surface Distance to Center Field Ref
Albuquerque Isotopes
(Albuquerque, New Mexico)
Isotopes Park 2003 12,379 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [33]
Colorado Springs Sky Sox
(Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Security Service Field 1988 8,500 Grass 410 feet (120 m) [34]
El Paso Chihuahuas
(El Paso, Texas)
Southwest University Park 2014 9,500 Grass 402 feet (123 m) [35]
Fresno Grizzlies
(Fresno, California)
Chukchansi Park
Formerly, Grizzlies Stadium
2002 12,500 Grass 402 feet (123 m) [36]
Iowa Cubs
(Des Moines, Iowa)
Principal Park
Formerly, Sec Taylor Stadium
1992 11,500 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [37]
Las Vegas 51s
(Las Vegas, Nevada)
Cashman Field 1983 9,334 Grass 433 feet (132 m) [38]
Memphis Redbirds
(Memphis, Tennessee)
AutoZone Park 2000 14,384 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [39]
Nashville Sounds
(Nashville, Tennessee)
Herschel Greer Stadium 1978 10,300 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [40]
New Orleans Zephyrs
(Metarie, Louisiana)
Zephyr Field 1997 10,000 Grass 407 feet (124 m) [41]
Oklahoma RedHawks
(Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark 1998 13,066 Grass 400 feet (120 m) [42]
Omaha Storm Chasers
(Papillion, Nebraska)
Werner Park 2011 9,023 Grass 402 feet (123 m) [43]
Reno Aces
(Reno, Nevada)
Aces Ballpark 2009 9,100 Grass 410 feet (120 m) [44]
Round Rock Express
(Round Rock, Texas)
Dell Diamond 2000 11,688 Grass 407 feet (124 m) [45]
Sacramento River Cats
(Sacramento, California)
Raley Field 2000 14,014 Grass 403 feet (123 m) [46]
Salt Lake Bees
(Salt Lake City, Utah)
Smith's Ballpark
Formerly Spring Mobile Ballpark, Franklin Covey Field and Franklin Quest Field
1994 15,411 Grass 420 feet (130 m) [47]
Tacoma Rainiers
(Tacoma, Washington)
Cheney Stadium 1959 7,429 Grass 425 feet (130 m) [48]

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