Estadio De Béisbol Héctor Espino
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|El Hector Espino|
Blvd. Solidaridad s/n
Col. Pimentel C.P. 83130
|Field size||Left Field 325 ft
Center Field 400 ft
Right Field 325 ft m
|Opened||4 October 1972|
|Naranjeros de Hermosillo|
The Héctor Espino Baseball Stadium (Estadio de Béisbol Héctor Espino) is a baseball stadium located in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. The field is located in the north side of the city. It is home to the Naranjeros de Hermosillo (Hermosillo Orange Pickers) of the Mexican Pacific League.
In October 1972, the stadium was opened to the public and originally known as was known as "Coloso del Choyal" or the Choyal Colossus. When first built, the stadium had a capacity of 10,000. As of 2012 the stadium holds 16,000 spectators.
In 1976, the stadium was officially renamed for Héctor Espino, a famous Mexican baseball player. Espino's career spanned 24 seasons, from 1960 to 1984.
The stadium is also the first stadium in Latin America to have a big screen and a digital LED display scoreboard. Seats are divided in various sections and different prices to accommodate various economic needs. Amenities of the stadium include an extensive food court, souvenir shops, and a state-of-the-art lighting system.
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