Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium

Tucson, Arizona

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Seating Capacity: 11,500
Dimensions: LF 340
CF 405
  RF 340
Year Opened: 1998
Former Notable Players: Byung-hyun Kim and Carlos Quentin
Notes: The stadium opened as Tucson Electric Park (or TEP), the Spring Training home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Chicago White Sox, and the regular season home to the D-backs Pacific Coast League farm team, the Tucson Sidewinders. The naming rights went to a regional investor-owned utility. The complex was shared by all three teams for nearly a decade. The minor league club moved in 2008. The ChiSox relocated to Glendale in 2009, with the Diamondbacks moving to Scottsdale two years later. Under its current moniker it was the home of the San Diego Padres’ PCL affiliate from 2011 to the spring of 2014. The 38 million dollar facility was designed by the famed HOK Sport, now hosts amateur baseball and semi-professional soccer. It now bears the name in deference to Eusebio Kino, an early Jesuit missionary to the Southern Arizona.
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