LeLacheur Park

Park Name: Edward A. LeLacheur Park

Tenants: University of Massachusetts Lowell River Hawks (NCAA Division I- America East Conference)

Opened: 1998

Address: 450 Aiken St, Lowell, Massachusetts 01854

Dimensions: 337' (L), 400' (C), 301' (R)

Former Tenants:

Lowell Spinners (NY-Penn League) 1998-2019

The view from behind home plate at LeLacheur Park.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at LeLacheur Park, as seen from the right field corner of the stadium.

The pressbox and small luxury suite sit at the top of the uncovered seating bowl.

The grandstand angles back to face home plate in the right field corner.

The seating sections on the right field end of the grandstand feature mostly fold-down plastic seating with several rows of bleachers at the top.

The left field end of the grandstand features mostly aluminum bleachers, with a few rows of plastic seating close to the field.

A field level seating box sits beside the visitor's dugout on the third base side.

Four-top tables and drink rails run along the top of the seating bowl.

LeLacheur Park features a single seat along the concourse left empty as a tribute to POW/MIA soldiers.

The open concourse at the top of the grandstand. A parking garage sits behind the third base side of the park and some fans watch the game from the roof.

Seats from Fenway Park sit along the concourse at LeLacheur Park in Lowell, about 30 miles north of Boston.

A sign at the park's entrance points the way to Fenway Park, as well as to the parks of the other Red Sox affiliated teams.

A plaque along the concourse celebrates former Spinners who have made it to the major leagues.

The Merrimack River runs behind the outfield fence and children's play area.

The old textile mill buildings of Lowell National Historic Park, from which the Spinners got their name, provide a backdrop for a game at LeLacheur Park.

The outfield wall. The Hood Milk bottle in right center field used to hang above the Green Monster at Fenway Park.

Spinners and Red Sox retired numbers, and a small secondary scoreboard sits in the right field corner.

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

The Lowell Spinners on the field during a game at LeLacheur Park.