Winkin Complex

Park Name: The Harold Alfond Diamond at the John W. Winkin Baseball Complex

Tenants: Bangor Babes (Greater Northeast Collegiate Baseball League)

Opened: 2001

Address: 1 College Circle, Bangor, Maine 04401

Dimensions: 345' (L), 400' (C), 330' (R)

Former Tenants:

Bangor Lumberjacks (Northeast League) 2004

The view from behind home plate at the Winkin Complex.

The view from down the first base line. The field is entirely artificial turf, with tan colored cutouts around the bases.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at the Winkin Sports Complex, as seen from center field.

The press box sits atop the seating bowl behind home plate.

The grandstand is made up of three seperate seating sections with bridges of seating connecting the home plate section with green bucket seats to the bleacher sections down the lines.

The bleachers down the first base line.

A much longer set of bleachers stretches down the third base line. The Winkin Complex is a multpurpose field and so a football press box stands at the top of the third base bleachers.

The stadium is located on the campus of Division III Husson College and the school uses it for baseball and football. Football lines can be seen running across the outfield.

A small building behind the stands houses a baseball history room. The clubhouses are located in the building behind the ballpark.

The "concourse" is a walkway that wraps around the stands. Equipment is stored under the grandstand and food trucks and port-a-potties are brought in for games.

The bullpens are located in the wide foul territory down the outfield lines.

The dugouts are above-ground, with the stands built above them and the field of play.

The deep corners of the outfield fence.

The scoreboard stands above the left feld fence.

The Bangor Babes on the field during a game at the John W. Winkin Sports Complex.