Jaroschak Field

Park Name: Joseph J. Jaroschak Field at Lincoln Park

Tenants: Saint Peter's University Peacocks (NCAA Division I- Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference)

Opened: 1990

Address: 200 Lincoln Highway, Jersey City, New Jersey 07304

Former Tenants:

Saint Peter's College Peacocks (NCAA Division I) 1990-2012

The view from behind home plate at Jaroschak Field.

The view from down the first base line. The Pulaski Skyway bridge and a power plant provide a dramatic backstop.

The view from down the third base line. The Manhattan skyline can be seen in the distance.

The grandstand at Jaroschak Field, as seen from the left field corner of the park.

The press-box is a small, open-air, portable structure that sits behind the chain-link backstop.

The area behind home plate is fenced off and off-limits to fans during games.

A small set of aluminum bleachers sits down the third base line, but most fans bring their own chairs to set up around the field.

Another small set of bleachers sits along the first base line, but most fans stand along the fence.

Dugouts sit at field level. Since the ball field is located in Jersey City's public Lincoln Park, signs on the dugouts outline rules for using the field when the Peacocks aren't home.

The visitor's bullpen sits in the shadow of the bridge in the left field corner of the park.

Batting cages and portable restrooms sit behind the grandstand.

Lincoln Park also includes another Jaroschak Field, a softball diamond that is also used by the university, and that sits behind the right field corner of the baseball field.

A large draw bridge towers over the third base side of the ballpark.

The outfield wall is fairly uniform, only rising in height where it also acts as the batter's eye in center field.

The scoreboard stands behind the right field wall.

The Saint Peter's University Peacocks on the field during a game at Joseph J. Jaroschak Field.