Estadio B'Air

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Estadio B'Air
Full name El Nido de los Aguilas
Former names Estadio Casas Geo
Location Mexicali, Baja California
Owner Gobierno del Estado de Baja California
Operator Águilas de Mexicali S.A. de C.V.
Capacity Concerts: 35,000
Baseball: 17,000[1]
Field size Baseball: LF: 330 feet (100 m),
CF: 400 feet (120 m),
RF: 330 feet (100 m)
Surface Natural Grass
Opened 1976
Renovated 2006 and 2007
Aguilas de Mexicali (LMP) (1976-present)

Estadio Nido de los Aguilas, officially known due sponsorship as Estadio B'Air, is a stadium in Mexicali, Mexico. It is primarily used for baseball and serves as the home stadium for Águilas de Mexicali. The first home of the team was the legendary Estadio Parque Hidalgo where the Mexicali teams played in leagues affiliated to the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues from 1948 to 1958. Since 1976 El Nido was used to venture into the mighty Mexican Pacific League's winter circuit. The property is now known by the name of Estadio B'Air, and has a capacity of over 19,500 spectators. Its modern facilities include a club house with all amenities for the players and coaches, with a lounge, dining room, jacuzzi baths and gymnasium space for a first-level weights. For its part, the dugout is the most comfortable and suitable to the demands of professional baseball today.

It hosted the 2009 Caribbean Series.[2]


Coordinates: 32°39′20.65″N 115°26′39.61″W / 32.6557361°N 115.4443361°W / 32.6557361; -115.4443361