Coordinates: Cairns Field is a stadium in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is primarily used for baseball and most recently the home of the Saskatoon Yellow Jackets of the Western Major Baseball League until their demise in 2014. The stadium currently does not have a tenant.
Cairns Field features artificial lighting, electronic scoreboard, irrigated and groomed grass infield, excellent drainage, an 8-foot outfield fence with wind screening and dimensions of 335 feet down each line and 400 feet in center field. The supporting facilities at the field include stands seating in excess of 5,000 fans, a clubhouse with four dressing rooms, concession, washrooms, showers, media press box with a public address system, an umpires' room, warm-up mounds and a permanent batting cage. The ballpark hosted for the 2005 Canadian National Junior Championships.
|Saskatoon Gems||Saskatchewan Baseball League/Western Canada Baseball League||1952-57|
|Saskatoon Commodores||Western Canada Baseball League||1958; 1960–61; 1963||Moved to Medicine Hat during 1963 season.|
|Saskatoon Commodores||Canadian-American Baseball League||1959|
|Saskatoon Ambassadors||Northern Saskatchewan Baseball League||1962|
|Saskatoon Commodores||Northern Saskatchewan Baseball League||1962|
|Saskatoon Blues||Western Canada Baseball League||1964|
|Saskatoon Riot||North Central League/Prairie League||1994-95||Moved to the Prairie League in 1995.|
|Saskatoon Smokin' Guns||Prairie League||1996|
|Saskatoon Stallions||Prairie League||1997|
|Saskatoon Legends||Canadian Baseball League||2003||Team and league folded during 2003 season.|
|Saskatoon Yellow Jackets||Western Major Baseball League||2002;2004–14|
- "Saskatoon Tigers Baseball Team site at eteamz.com". Archived from the original on 2008-12-05. Retrieved 2009-09-11.
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