Damaschke Field



Park Name: Dutch Damaschke Stadium
Tenants: Oneonta Outlaws (Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League)

Opened: 1905
Grandstand Rebuilt: 1938, 2000
Address: 15 James Georgeson Avenue, Oneonta, New York 13820

Dimensions: 335' (L), 401' (C), 335' (R)

Former Tenants: 
Oneonta Indians (New York-Penn League) 1924
Oneonta Indians (Canadian-American League) 1940-1942
Oneonta Red Sox (Canadian-American League) 1946-1951
Oneonta Red Sox (New York-Penn League) 1966
Oneonta Yankees (New York-Penn League) 1967-1998
Oneonta Tigers (New York-Penn League) 1999-2009


The view from behind home plate at Damaschke Field.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The stands at Damaschke Field, as seen from the right field corner.


From 1938 to 2019 the stadium featured a covered grandstand behind home plate. That structure was removed after the 2019 season, leaving no stands in the area behind home plate.


A pair of benches, some picnic tables and Adirondack chairs, and a set of seats from the old grandstand make up the sparse seating options behind the backstop.


The press box is an elevated structure on the first base side.


A long series of bleachers runs down the first base line at Damaschke Field.


Field level boxes right next to the field feature stadium seats in pods of six.


More bleachers and seating boxes run down the third base line.


A tiny set of bleachers sits at either end of the stands.


The concourse and concession building at Damaschke Field. Picnic tables sit in the shade under the third base stands.


The Outlaws clubhouse and a baseball bat themed gate on the third base side of the park.


Damaschke Field sits in Oneonta’s Neahwa Park and a lake and fountain sit behind the batting cages in the left field corner of the park.


A baseball-themed turf plaza sits just outside the main gate.


Mountains rise behind the chain link outfield fence.


The scoreboard sits behind the left field wall.


The Oneonta Outlaws on the field during a game at Damaschke Field.





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