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Fussenich Park



Park Name: Fussenich Park

In Use: 1918-2016
Address: Coe Place, Torrington, Connecticut 06790
Dimensions: 310' (L), 390' (C), 330' (R)

Former Tenants: 
Torrington Braves (Colonial League) 1950
Torrington Twisters (New England Collegiate Baseball League) 1997-2008
Torrington Titans (Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League) 2010
Torrington Titans (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) 2011-2016


The view from behind the grandstand at Fussenich Park.


The view from behind home plate. Residential homes sit beyond the outfield fence.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Fussenich Park, as seen from the right field corner.


The pressbox at Fussenich Park sits perched over the main entryway to the seating bowl behind home plate.


The grandstand features a steep concrete seating bowl with fold-down plastic seating.


A pair of small portable bleachers provide the only seating on the third base side of the ballpark.


A long section of aluminum bleachers runs the length of the first base line.


A sparsely landscaped concourse above the first base bleachers connects to the main parking lot. The stadium seating bowl is built into a hill on the first base side.


A large steep berm sits in the right field corner of the field.



A large open concourse behind the main grandstand features concession stands and picnic tables.


Fussenich Park features a tall brick backstop, and several light stanchions are in play behind home plate.


The field features wide swaths of foul territory down the first and third base lines, and the bullpens sit just outside the fence.


The chain link outfield fence runs only 310 feet from the plate in left field as the park runs up against a river.


The scoreboard and flagpole behind the right center field fence.


The Torrington Titans on the field at sunset during a game at Fussenich Park.






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