Foster Field

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Foster Field
Former names Colts Stadium
Location San Angelo, Texas
Owner Angelo State University
Operator Angelo State University
Capacity 4,200
Field size Left field - 325 ft
Center field - 390 ft
Right field - 325 ft
Surface Artificial Turf
Broke ground 1999
Opened 2000
Construction cost $3 million
Architect Anglea Sports Fields
San Angelo Colts (ULB) (2000–2014)
Angelo State Rams (NCAA) (2000–present)

Foster Field is a baseball stadium in San Angelo, Texas. It was built in 2000 for the San Angelo Colts and the Angelo State University Rams. The Colts played in United League Baseball and were the primary tenants. The Angelo State University Rams Baseball team is the now the main tenant in the facility. The stadium is located on the campus of Angelo State University. The stadium can seat 4,200 fans.

Foster Field, originally named Colts Stadium, cost $3 million to construct and was built by Jim Anglea, the former head groundskeeper for the Ballpark at Arlington. It was named after Walton A. Foster, a radio and television pioneer who also served as the radio broadcaster for the original Colts franchise in the 1950s.

The field features 4,200 permanent seats and a Triple-A lighting system. It features a 82-foot-wide (25 m), 21-foot-high (6.4 m) LED scoreboard. The scoreboard includes a 15 34-foot-tall (4.8 m), 21-foot-wide (6.4 m) high-definition video screen. Both the scoreboard and the video screen are the largest in all facilities used in the United League and all DII Baseball.[1][2] In addition, the facility has a large press box area, major-league style dugouts and a complete training and locker room facility. The field also has state-of-the-art bullpens and batting cages for practice and warmup. There are also concession and restroom areas and special clubhouse-style seating areas for entertaining corporate sponsors located on either side of the press box.

The field dimensions are 325 feet (99 m) down the lines, 370 feet (110 m) to the gaps and 395 feet (120 m) to deep center field.


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-15. Retrieved 2010-04-18. 
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Events and tenants
Preceded by
(GBL) Nettleton Stadium
(ULB) Potter County Memorial Stadium
Host of the GBL/ULB All-Star Game
Foster Field

Succeeded by
(GBL) Bruce Hurst Field
(ULB) not played

Coordinates: 31°26′09″N 100°27′14″W / 31.4359°N 100.4540°W / 31.4359; -100.4540