Legends Field

Park Name: Legends Field

Tenants: Kansas City Monarchs (American Association)

Opened: 2003

Address: 1800 Village West Parkway, Kansas City, Kansas 66111

Dimensions: 300' (L), 405' (C), 330' (R)

Former Names: 

CommunityAmerica Ballpark (2003-2017)

T-Bones Stadium (2018-2020)

Former Tenants:

Kansas City T-Bones (Northern League) 2003-2010

Kansas City T-Bones (American Association) 2011-2019

The view from behind home plate at Legends Field.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

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

The pressbox and luxury suites behind home plate.

Tabletop seating runs along the top of the seating bowl on the main concourse.

Tiers of picnic table seating in the right field corner, beside the "Kansas City Strip" berm seating area and batting cages.

Bleacher seating in the left field corner is angled back toward home plate.

A wooden BBQ deck sits on the center field berm, and a large party tent sits behind the batter's eye.

Wooden drink rails and a blocked off box seating area along the left field concourse.

Flags along the outfield concourse celebrate past T-Bones championships, and a Durham Bulls-esque sign dares players to hit a literal "bulls eye"

A large open entry plaza at the Legends Field featured meat themed concession stands such as "The Butcher Block" and the "Meat Locker" while the team was known as the T-Bones.

The outfield fence- primarily long straight walls and sharp corners.

The bullpens just out into the field of play in left center field, creating a unique small alcove between them.

The left field fence is a Green Monster-like wall that slopes downward toward the deeper dimensions of center field.

Former Negro League star Buck O'Neil has his number retired, and a small ribbon board mounted on the wall hangs out over the warning track.

The scoreboard, above the center field berm.

The Kansas City T-Bones on the field during a game at Legends Field.