Security Service Field



Park Name: Security Service Field
Tenants: Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Pacific Coast League)

Opened: 1988
Address: 4385 Tutt Boulevard Colorado Springs, Colorado 80922
Dimensions: 350' (L), 410' (C), 350' (R)

Former Names: 
Sky Sox Stadium (1988-2004)


The view from behind home plate at Security Service Field.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Security Service Field, as seen from the right field corner of the park.


The main seating bowl features green fold-down seats close to the field and red bleachers on top, separated by a pedestrian walkway.


The pressbox sits at the top of the seating bowl, blocking the view from the concourse. The entire upper deck is luxury suites.


Sky Sox retired numbers sit on the upper deck facade on the third base side.


The right field end of the grandstand features several tiers of picnic tables, with an enclosed restaurant above the stands.


A single seat is left permanently empty in honor of Prisoners of War and soldiers Missing in Action.


The concourse features an enclosed bar behind the seats.


"Cool Zones" along the concourse allow fans to get a break from the heat during hot summer days at the ballpark.


Bullpens are carved out of the steep grass berm on the left field side and are open to foul territory.


The outfield wall is shorter in front of the scoreboard in left. Otherwise the fence is fairly tall as the ball travels well at the highest elevation ballpark in the US.


The Colorado Springs Sky Sox on the field during a game at Security Service Field.





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