Despite renovations to enhance comfort, the ballpark still has its quirks, which is a good thing. The outfield is asymmetrical, with many nooks and crannies along a hard, green wall. It’s a hitter-friendly yard if you pull the ball down either line — at just over 310 feet. The right-center gap is only 359 feet from home plate, but center field juts out to 410.
A nice scoreboard sits in right field, though its video screen is quite small. No overhang covers most of the green fold down seats, so fans enjoy the long, sunny evenings throughout 50 home tilts each summer. The ubiquitous “party deck” in right field accommodates more than 100 people, with bar seating along right field wall. Nearly a dozen luxury suites behind home plate were also added during renovations.
The third base line has a very unique set up with curved berm seating just past the visitors’ dugout, above a brick wall that features an additional small scoreboard. This area offers a great view of the action.