Clint Lightner Field

Park Name: Clint Lightner Field

Tenants: Garden City Wind (Pecos League)

Opened: 1920

Grandstand Rebuilt: 1936

Address: 706 East Maple Street, Garden City, Kansas 67846

Dimensions: 340' (L), 385' (C), 305' (R)

Former Names:

Frederick Finnup Park (1920-1951)

The view from behind home plate at Clint Lightner Field.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The covered grandstand at Clint Lightner Field, as seen from the left field corner.

The main seating bowl at Clint Lightner Field. The concrete grandstand was built in 1936 as a Works Progress Administration project.

A separate seating section, down the third base line, was built in the 1950's. Though it is not covered, it has support poles matching the main grandstand.

The pressbox at the top of the grandstand.

The tree lined main outside concourse and concession stand at Clint Lightner Field.

Cupholders along the backstop fencing encourage fans to pick up after themselves.

The grandstand is enclosed by chain link fencing, with a wooden backstop added behind home plate.

Clint Lightner Field features a large amount of foul territory down the lines and above ground dugouts.

Batting cages and the home bullpen beside the field of play on the first base side.

The outfield wall is a covered chain link fence. The outfield is natural grass, while the infield- including the mound- is artificial turf.

The scoreboard in right field is a small board featuring just the inning and runs, and small "batter's eyes" run all along the outfield fence.

The Garden City Wind on the field during a game at Clint Lightner Field.