Blue Cross Park

Park Name: Blue Cross Park

Tenants: Winnipeg Goldeyes (American Association)

Opened: 1999

Address: 1 Portage Avenue East, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B3N3

Dimensions: 325' (L), 400' (C), 325' (R)

Former Names: 

Canwest Global Park (1999-2008)

Canwest Park (2008-2011)

Shaw Park (2012-2023)

Former Tenants:

Winnipeg Goldeyes (Northern League) 1999-2010

The view from behind home plate at Blue Cross Park.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line. The Canadian Museum of Human Rights towers over the field.

The grandstand at Blue Cross Park, as seen from the right field corner, with the buildings of downtown Winnipeg behind it.

The pressbox behind home plate, with Goldeyes retired numbers and championship banners on the front.

Luxury suites run the entire length of the upper deck, and the main seating area is not split by a walkway.

Handicap seating features removable folding chairs along the top of the seating bowl.

A restaurant with outdoor seating, and several levels of picnic tables overlook the field from the right field corner.

The entry plaza outside the ballpark features picnic tables and a performance stage to entertain fans before games.

The concourse at Blue Cross Park, featuring a Tim Hortons stand, a Canadian institution.

A railroad bridge and a Canadian Air Force monument sit beyond the left field corner of the park.

Trains run over the railroad bridge next to the concourse during games at Blue Cross Park.

The large amount of foul territory behind home plate tapers to a small sliver in the outfield corners.

The bullpens take up much of the foul ground beside right and left field.

The outfield wall is a uniform curve, and flags representing all of the American Association teams sit behind the left field fence.

The scoreboard and batter's eye in center field.

The Winnipeg Goldeyes on the field during a game at Blue Cross Park.