Fluor Field



Park Name: Fluor Field at the West End
Tenants: Greenville Drive (South Atlantic League)

Opened: 2006
Address: 945 South Main St, Greenville, South Carolina 29601
Dimensions: 310' (L), 390' (C), 302' (R)

Former Names:
West End Field (2006-2007)

Former Tenants:
Carolina Diamonds (National Pro Fastpitch) 2012 {Alternate Field}


The view from behind home plate at Fluor Field.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Fluor Field, as seen from the left field corner.


The pressbox, on the second deck behind home plate at Fluor Field. Luxury boxes sit on either side.


The Champions Club group area sits on the left field corner of the upper deck.


The Drive's team store is housed in a renovated brick building that was retained during the construction of the ballpark and helps make the field feel like part of the historic West End neighborhood.


The 500 Club bar and picnic deck sits in the right field corner of the park and also makes use of the old brick neighborhood buildings to celebrate players who hit more than 500 home runs in the major leagues.


The Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum and boyhood home sits across the street from Fluor Field.


Plaques along the lower concourse celebrates players who have passed through Greenville during their careers.


A picnic area in the right field corner celebrates Furman University, a local college that plays several of its home games each year at the park.


Banners on the support poles along the concourse celebrate the history of baseball in Greenville, from textile teams to the modern minor leagues.


Concession stands on the concourse celebrate the Drive's ties to the Boston Red Sox, with names like Splendid Splinter's.


A steep grass berm and a children's play area sit at the left field corner of the main concourse.


The bullpens sit behind the outfield fence, with cutouts in the wall for the pitchers to watch the game. The groundskeepers also get a unique view of the game via a raised bench in the right field corner.


The Greenville Drive are the Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, and Fluor Field features similar dimensions to Fenway Park, including a 30ft Green Monster in left field with seating on top.


The Fenway-like dimensions also include the deep triangle by the batter's eye in center field.


The scoreboard sits behind the right field fence.


The Greenville Drive on the field during a game at Fluor Field.





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