Spectrum Field

Park Name: Spectrum Field
Clearwater Threshers (Florida State League) 
Philadelphia Phillies (Grapefruit League)

Opened: 2004
Address: 601 Old Coachman Rd, Clearwater, Florida 33765
Dimensions: 329' (L), 408' (C), 330' (R)

Former Names: 
Bright House Networks Field (2004-2009)
Bright House Field (2010-2016)

The view from behind home plate at Spectrum Field.

The view from down the first base line, looking toward the party deck in left field.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Spectrum Field, as seen from center field.

The concession stands in Clearwater feature Philly favorites like Cheesesteaks, to make the Phillies fans feel more at home.

The tiki pavilion in the left field corner provides group seating, drink rails and shade from the Florida sun.

The group seating area wraps around the pole, as picnic tables and chairs overlook the left field corner.

Elevated beach chair seating sits next to the dugouts down the third base line.

The bullpens feature the tall beach style chairs, along with beach umbrellas to keep the pitchers shaded.

The outfield wall makes several sharp turns and changes depths several times, going from 329 feet in the left field corner to 389 feet in left center.

The outfield wall also changes height, rising as it goes from left to right.

The wall makes one last major jump in height at the Wawa sign, making it more than twice as tall at the right field pole as it is at the left. A banner also celebrates Phillies world titles.

The Phillies Spring Training fields at the Carpenter Complex are visible from the outfield concourse. The Phillies have been training at the Carpenter Complex since the 60's and built Spectrum Field in this location in 2004, moving from the other side of town, in order to have their main park adjacent to the practice fields.

An infield-only practice field next to Spectrum Field.

The Clearwater Threshers on the field during a minor league game at Spectrum Field.