Renovated: May 2004 and June 2011
Tenants: Greek Village 301's, Tiananmen Sq. Tanks
First Night Game: June 2, 2004
Surface: Concrete infield, grass outfield
Seating: Left field bleachers, right field porch
Left- 55 ft.
Center- 65 ft.
Right- 55 ft.
Left field line to left-center field- 4 ft. high wood fence
Left-center field to center field- 6 ft. high total: 2 ft. orange construction fence on top of 4 ft. wood fence.
Scoreboard in center field- 8 ft. in height makes this the highest point along the fence.
Center field to right field line- 4 ft. wire and 2 1/2 ft. plastic fence
Short right field porch beckons to left handed pull hitters, but deepens quickly towards center. Dead center field takes a deep shot to clear. Left field compensates for short distance with high fence, keeping many line drives in the ballpark. The wall is highest in left-center field at the scoreboard. The stadium draws comparisons to Boston's Fenway Park because of the unique dimensions and the big wall in left field. Concrete surface makes the infield fast, but gives defenders a true hop on grounded balls. Grass outfield allows for the occasional diving catch.