Greater Nevada Field

From BR Bullpen

Reno Aces
Location Reno, NV, United States
Building chronology
Built 2009
Tenants
Reno Aces, 2009-present
Capacity
9,013 (largest reported baseball crowd: 10,520)
  • Dimensions:
    • Left Field: 339 feet
    • Center Field: 410 feet
    • Right-Center Field: 424 feet
    • Right Field: 305 feet

Greater Nevada Field in Reno, NV, is the home of the Reno Aces, the Arizona Diamondbacks' Pacific Coast League farm team.

Built in just over a year - a fast raising for a Triple-A facility - the brick ballpark and the team that was formerly the Tucson Sidewinders key a retail/dining/nightlife complex.

The playpen's working name during construction was Sierra Nevada Stadium, but by its 2009 opening it had been renamed Aces Ballpark for the nickname the team had chosen. It continued under that moniker until Greater Nevada Credit Union bought naming rights before the 2016 season. In between, it was refinanced after just four seasons of play. Ownership blamed that remarkable need on the Great Recession.

Due to an odd design, the furthest home run distance from home plate is not in the usual center field but in right-center.


Current ballparks in the Pacific Coast League
East Division West Division
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark | Constellation Field | Dell Diamond | Isotopes Park | Southwest University Park Cheney Stadium | Greater Nevada Field | Las Vegas Ballpark | Smith's Ballpark | Sutter Health Park