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Avista StadiumSpokane Indians

602 N Havana St, Spokane, WA, 99202
    The Avista Stadium is home to the minor league baseball team of the Northwest League, the Spokane Indians that are associated with the MLB's Texas Rangers. The facility opened in 1958 in the same year that construction started with initial construction costs of only $550,000. The stadium was previously known as Fairgrounds Park, Indians Stadium, and Seafirst Stadium. The facility is located in Spokane, Washington and the baseball field uses a natural grass playing surface. The facility has a current seating capacity of up to 6,803 people and it features a permanent lighting system in order to accommodate night games. The facility has restrooms and concessions available on site. There is a press box located above and behind the home plate.

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    Venue

    • Avista Stadium
      602 N Havana St   Spokane, WA 99202
      Call at (509) 535-2922

    Venue Details

    • 1958
    • Spokane County
    • Outdoor
    • Seafirst Stadium
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    • Right Field
    • No
    • Grass
    • 7162

    Dimensions

    • 335ft
    • 398ft
    • 246ft
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