Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium
The stadium is named for Canton native and New York Yankee, Thurman Munson. Munson Stadium was built in 1989 to match the quality and surface conditions of Progressive Field in order to host the Cleveland Indians AA minor league team. It continues to be one of the finest fields in the country and is now home to the Malone University Pioneer Baseball Team and the Ohio Men’s Senior Baseball League.
A second field opened for play at the Munson complex in 2014, and a third field is slated for completion in 2015.
Surface: One stadium lighted grass playing field. One auxiliary grass playing field.
Seating: 5,700 spectators
Dimensions: Stadium Field - left field 330', center field 400', right field 330'. Auxiliary Field - left field 310', center field 360', right field 310'.
Press Box: Enclosed press box with radio and television technology
Score Board & PA System: Public address system and lighted scoreboard
Locker Rooms/Clubhouse: Two full-service team locker rooms. Two large classrooms for use by coaches or officials
Concessions: Full service concession stand, luxury loges and picnic area
Facility Description & Specifications: 1 lighted grass field, 1 auxiliary grass field. Seats 5,700
Features & Amenities: Enclosed press box, lighted scoreboard, 2 full service locker rooms, 2 large classrooms, full service concessions, luxury loges and picnic area.
Available Sports: Baseball
Cleveland Indians AA minor league team
Ohio Men's Senior Baseball League
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