Park Name: Richard "Dick" Caswell Field at William "Brud" Flowers City Park
Tenants: Iona College Gaels (NCAA Division I- Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference)
Address: 5th Avenue and Valley Place, New Rochelle, New York 10801
The view from behind home plate at City Park.
The view from down the first base line.
The view from down the third base line.
The field and main seating area at City Park, as seen from center field.
The "pressbox" at City Park is a small folding table set up behind the chain link backstop.
There is very little permanent seating at City Park. Two very small rows of aluminum bleachers sit on each baseline with plenty of room for fans to bring their own chairs.
A small hill overlooks the visitors bullpen in right field, and some fans sit there to get a view of the ballpark and the youth fields behind it.
City Park is located in an actual New Rochelle city park and trees and picnic pavilions provide shade for fans at a game.
The chain link "dugouts" are at field level and feature sun shades to cover the players.
Thick, coated chain link fences and nets surround the whole field, making it difficult for fans to see the game.
The outfield fence is a combination of the taller park perimeter fence in left field and a smaller, modular, temporary fence around the rest of the field. City Park is the rare ballpark with no scoreboard at all due to city regulations.
The Iona College Gaels on the field during a game at City Park.