Doubleday Field

Park Name: Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field

Tenants: United States Military Academy at West Point Black Knights (NCAA Division I- Patriot League)

Opened: 1939

Grandstand Rebuilt: 1996

Address: 600 Thayer Road, West Point, New York 10996

Dimensions: 327' (L), 400' (C), 327' (R)

The view from behind home plate at Doubleday Field.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line, with the historic buildings of the US Military Academy behind the ballpark.

The grandstand at Doubleday Field, as seen from the right field corner.

The pressbox sits behind home plate, with a camera post on top of the roof and no stands between it and the backstop.

The concrete seating bowl is separated into several boxes of gray fold down plastic seats.

The outer walls at Johnson Stadium are made of stone to match surrounding campus buildings and feature baseball themed concrete art.

The visitors bullpen sits in foul ground on the first base side of the field.

The home bullpen sits on the third base side of Doubleday Field and features a seating area for the pitchers and a large "Beat Navy" sign.

The scoreboard sits just out of play on the left field side of the park.

Cadets from the United States Military Academy attend games at Doubleday Field, often cheering on the team in their full dress uniforms.

A military helicopter flies low over the field during a game.

The Army Black Knights on the field during a game at Doubleday Field.