Yakima County Stadium

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Coordinates: 46°35′28″N 120°29′10″W / 46.591°N 120.486°W / 46.591; -120.486

Yakima County Stadium
Location 1220 Pacific Avenue
Yakima, Washington
Owner Yakima County
Capacity 2,800
Field size Left Field – 295 ft (90 m)
Center Field – 406 ft (124 m)
Right Field – 295 ft (90 m)
Surface Dead Grass
Broke ground 1992
Opened 1993, 24 years ago
Yakima Bears (NWL) (1993–2012)
Yakima Valley Pippins (WCL) (2014-present)
Yakima Co.Stadium is located in the US
Yakima Co.Stadium
Yakima Co.
Location in the United States
Yakima Co,Stadium is located in Washington (state)
Yakima Co,Stadium
Yakima Co,
Location in Washington

Yakima County Stadium is a baseball stadium in the northwest United States, located in Yakima, Washington. Opened 24 years ago in 1993, it was the home field of the Yakima Bears minor league team for twenty seasons, and has a seating capacity of 2,800.

At the northwest corner of the Central Washington State Fairgrounds, it is north of the Yakima SunDome, separated by a parking lot. The elevation of the natural grass playing field is just under 1,050 feet (320 m) above sea level, and it is aligned (home plate to center field) north-northeast.

Singer Bob Dylan played the venue during his Never Ending Tour in 2010 on September 3.

In 2013, Pacific Baseball Ventures, LLC were granted ownership of the Yakima Valley Pippins baseball team of the West Coast League.[1][2] In 2014, the Pippins will fund a $100,000+ renovation to the stadium.[3]


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