John Thurman Field
|Former names||Del Webb Field (1955–1983)|
|Location||601 Neece Drive|
Modesto, California 95351
|Owner||City of Modesto|
|Operator||City of Modesto|
|Field size||Left Field: 312 feet|
Left-Center: 393 feet
Center Field: 400 feet
Right-Center: 370 feet
Right Field: 319 feet
Backstop: 30 feet
|Opened||April 15, 1955|
|Construction cost||$3.93 Million (renovation)|
|Architect||L.D. Astorino & Associates, Ltd. (renovation)|
|General contractor||Acme Construction Company (renovation)|
|Modesto Nuts (CL) (2005–present)|
John Thurman Field is a stadium in Modesto, California. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Modesto Nuts minor league baseball team of the California League. It was built in 1955 and holds 4,000 people. It was later named for California State Assemblyman John E. Thurman, from Modesto.
Originally named Del Webb Field, the Modesto ballpark was renamed for state assemblyman John Thurman in 1983 and underwent over $3.93 million worth of renovations prior to the start of the 1997 to keep it up to California League standards.
On April 7, 2007, left-hander Randy Johnson made an appearance for the Arizona Diamondbacks affiliate, then called the Visalia Oaks. Johnson's appearance sparked a media frenzy and helped the Nuts draw over 5,000 fans for that day's game.
- Modesto Nuts: John Thurman Field
- City of Modesto: John Thurman Field
- John Thurman Field Views - Ball Parks of the Minor Leagues
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