|Chronological Tour: Stop 232|
Front of Tri-Cities Stadium, Aug-2002.
The mostly-aluminum seating bowl near sunset.
The field looks out over a town park with seemingly uncountable soccer fields.
Three fairly wide seating sections, made of aluminum, are joined by a street-level concourse. The field is sunken about four feet from street level. Only the box seats feature stadium seats on concrete; they surround the field independent of the aluminum seating sections.
The park faces due south; to compensate, they have stopped playing games that begin prior to 7:05 pm. There has also been an attractive sun screen added to the first-base side. Foul territory is narrow, especially behind the plate.
The most recent name of the park, Gesa Stadium, refers to a credit union that bought naming rights to the facility, which had gone by several generic names, including Dust Devils Stadium, over the years.
|546||Tue 13-Aug-2002||Northwest||A||TRI-CITY 4, Yakima 1|
|1571||Sat 5-Aug-2017||Northwest||A||Boise 7, TRI-CITY 5, completion|
|1572||Sat 5-Aug-2017||Northwest||A||TRI-CITY 6, Boise 1, 2d|