Chronological Tour: Stop 284

Volcanoes Stadium



Approaching Volcanoes Stadium, Aug-2004.

The view from the left-field terrace.

Not that much to see here except for freeway traffic.

Quick Facts: Rating: 3 baseballs
There really isn’t anything fancy about Volcanoes Stadium, except that it’s visible from I-5 and trucks occasionally blast their air horns when they go by.

The park consists of a lower bowl with stadium seating, aluminum bleachers above the concourse on both base lines, additional bleachers down the right-field line, and a berm that swings around to left field. There is also a newly opened “Lava Lodge” where one may obtain alcoholic beverages – provided they're consumed within the confines of the building and its immediate grounds.

Here, the press box is on the “lower” level of the central building behind the plate, allowing for a full row of luxury boxes above it. This puts the scorer, announcer, etc., in close contact with the fans. Even the radio announcer is close by so that fans can wave to him.


Game # Date League Level Result
700 Mon 16-Aug-2004 Northwest A Everett 6, SALEM-KEIZER 2
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