Polar Park

Park Name: Polar Park

Tenants: Worcester Red Sox (Triple-A East)


Opened: 2021

Address: 122 Madison Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01610

Dimensions: 329' (L), 401' (C), 320' (R)

The view from behind home plate at Polar Park.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Polar Park, as seen from right field.

The pressbox and an enclosed club seating area sit on the second deck behind home plate, with a small roof extending out over them.

Luxury suites run down either side of the seating bowl on the second deck.

A view of the luxury suite decks, with several rows of seating plus bars and tables.

The Hanover roof deck features picnic tables on the second level overlooking the left field corner of the park.

Polar Park is situated next to a set of train tracks, and trains roll by the third base side of the stadium during games.

More picnic tables, and a row of bar stool seating, sit underneath the Hanover Deck overlooking the visitor's bullpen.

An open group seating area overlooks the WooSox bullpen on the first base side of the park.

A craft beer stand is located in the right field corner, with seating available on the roof.

The "Worcester Wall", a tall section of the outfield fence reminiscent of Fenway Park's Green Monster, rises above right field at Polar Park.

Several rows of Green Monster-style bar stool seating with drink rails sit on top of the Worcester Wall.

An open picnic deck sits on the second deck in right field.

The outfield concourse features several seating options above the center field fence.

The concourse at Polar Park features an open area behind home plate with a full bar.

Pawtucket Red Sox Hall of Fame plaques sit on the concourse walls, having been moved from the home of the Red Sox former AAA affiliate in Rhode Island.

Giant replicas of the parent club Boston Red Sox's four modern World Series rings stand in the plaza outside the main gate.

Heart-shaped light standards rise above the outfield fence, celebrating Worcester's nickname of "The Heart of the Commonwealth."

LED lighting under the roof lights up at night, giving an otherwise very blue ballpark some red accents.

The spires of Worcester's Union Station, as well as a local church, provide a backdrop to a game at Polar Park.

The outfield fence features several sharp corners as it wraps around the field of play.

A digital line scoreboard sits at the base of the Worcester Wall, with a small video stat board beside it in center field.

The main scoreboard sits in the left field corner of the park.

The Worcester Red Sox on the field during a game at Polar Park.