Telus Field

Edmonton, Alberta

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Telus Field - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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Seating Capacity: 9,055
Dimensions: LF 340
CF 420
  RF 320
Year Opened: 1995
Former Notable Players: Ron Kittle.
Notes: The Phone Booth is nestled in North Saskatchewan River Valley on the edge of downtown Edmonton. Located on the site of Renfrew Park (later John Ducey Park), the current facility was built as Triple A baseball outgrew the sixty year-old mecca of Western Canada's organized baseball. In 2005 it became the home to an independent team as the Pacific Coast League franchise was relocated to Round Rock, Texas. Being the northernmost professional ball park the infield is covered with artificial turf to help deal with the harsh climate. The naming rights were sold to Telus, a major Canadian telecommunications company.
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