Estadio Chevron

Park Name: Estadio Chevron

Tenants: Tijuana Toros (Mexican League)

Opened: 1977

Address: Rio Tajo 17128, Capistrano, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico 22223

Dimensions: 328' (L), 400' (C), 328' (R)

Former Names:

Estadio del Cerro Colorado (1977-2003)

Estadio Calimax (2004-2012)

Estadio Gasmart (2013-2018)

Former Tenants:

Tijuana Potros (Mexican Pacific League) 1977-1991

Tijuana Toros (Mexican League) 2004

Tijuana Potros (Mexican League) 2005-2008

Tijuana Truenos (Northern Mexico League) 2010-2012

Tijuana Toros (Northern Mexico League) 2013

Tijuana Toritos (Northern Mexico League) 2015

The view from down the first base line at Estadio Chevron.

The grandstand at Estadio Chevron, as seen from the right field corner.

The pressbox sits at the top of the grandstand behind home plate. A camera position stands on top of the roof.

Sectioned off seating boxes sit in the first few rows behind the backstop.

The grandstand is split in the middle of the stands by a concrete walkway. Luxury suites sit at the top of the seating bowl.

Bar seating runs along the top of the first base stands. Seating wraps around the right field foul pole.

The concourse at Estadio Chevron.

The entry plaza features a mechanical bull and several concession stands and tents.

Cerro Colorado hill towers over the right field wall and features a large "Somos Toros" message landscaped into the side.

A group party area sits behind the left field fence. Tijuana neighborhoods sit behind the outfield wall.

Large panels of billboards run around the uniform outfield fence.

The scoreboard sits behind the right field fence and shoots fire when the Toros score.

Mexican League games feature more extracurricular distractions than the average American baseball game, like Cheerleaders on the field.

The Tijuana Toros on the field during a game at Estadio Chevron.