Classic Field

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Classic Field
Location: Toronto, ON Flag of Canada.svg.png
Opened: 1991
Seating cap.: 50,000
Playing surface: Grass
Field dimensions: Left Field Line - 349 ft
Left-Center - 370 ft
Center Field - 420 ft
Right-Center - 400 ft
Right Field Line - 339 ft


Classic Field is a baseball stadium in Toronto, Ontario. It is the former home ballpark of the Bull League's Toronto Ducks. The team moved to Portlands Stadium for the 2017 and Classic Field currently has no tenant.

History

Classic Field was built in 1991 for use by the Toronto Ducks. The stadium was also the venue for the 1993 Bull League All-Star Game, when the American Eagle League All-Stars defeated the Lake League All-Stars 2-1.

Features

The stadium features a grass playing surface with a dirt infield, and a deep right outfield which favored left-handed hitting batters.

Field dimensions

LF Line LC CF RC RF Line
Height (ft) 15 15 15 4 4
Distance (ft) 349 385 420 400 339

References