Main grandstand in 2009
|Location||6700 Field of Dreams Way|
|Owner||Sports Enterprises Inc.|
|Operator||Sports Enterprises Inc.|
|Field size||Left – 325 ft (99 m)|
Center – 400 ft (122 m)
Right – 325 ft (99 m)
|Broke ground||January 6, 1997|
|Opened||June 22, 1997|
|Construction cost||$3 million|
($4.68 million in 2019 )
|Architect||Arbuckle Costic Architects|
|Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (NWL)|
Volcanoes Stadium is a minor league baseball park in the northwest United States, located in Keizer, Oregon. It is the home field of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, a Class A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants in the short-season Northwest League.
Nicknamed "Oregon's Field of Dreams", it opened 22 years ago in 1997 and has a capacity of 4,254 people. The ballpark is adjacent to Interstate 5, just beyond the right field fence, and sits at an approximate elevation of 150 feet (45 m) above sea level. The Volcanoes have won five Northwest League championships, in 1998, 2001, 2006, 2007, and 2009. The team moved to Salem-Keizer in 1997, after two seasons in Bellingham, Washington, preceded by eleven years in Everett.
Volcanoes Stadium is used for other events, including RV shows, birthday parties, and concerts.
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