Palm Springs Stadium

Park Name: Palm Springs Stadium


California Winter League (All Teams)

Palm Springs Power (Palm Springs Collegiate Baseball League)

Opened: 1949

Address: 1901 East Baristo Road, Palm Springs, California 92262

Dimensions: 349' (L), 385' (C), 349' (R)

Former Names:

Polo Grounds (1949-1960)

Angel Stadium (1961-1995)

Former Tenants:

Seattle Rainiers (Pacific Coast League Spring Training) 1950-1955

San Diego Padres (Pacific Coast League Spring Training) 1956

Seattle Rainiers (Pacific Coast League Spring Training) 1960

Los Angeles Angels (Spring Training) 1961-1965

California Angels (Spring Training) 1966-1992

Palm Springs Angels (California League) 1986-1993

Palm Springs Promise (California Collegiate League) 1993-1994

Palm Springs Sun (Western League) 1995-1996

Palm Springs Power (Southern California Colleigate Baseball League) 2004-2017

Palm Springs Power (Arizona Winter League) 2008-2009

The view from behind home plate at Palm Springs Stadium.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Palm Springs Stadium, as seen from the first base side of the park.

The pressbox sits atop the open grandstand. A small sun shade covers the rooftop area.

All seating in the grandstand is on metal bleachers with backs.

A row of boxed off reserved seating sits along the front of the grandstand.

A wide open concrete area sits between the backstop and the raised seating bowl at Palm Springs Stadium.

A covered picnic area and shaded table seating are located beside a small bleacher section in the left field corner of the park.

Several small bleacher sections run down the right field line.

Batting cages are located next to a concession stand on the concourse in the right field corner.

The bullpens are in play in foul territory by the outfield wall.

The scoreboard sits behind the left field fence.

Action on the field during a California Winter League game at Palm Springs Stadium.