Colburn Park

Park Name: Colburn Park

Tenants: Newark Pilots (Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League)

Opened: 1968

Address: 1160 East Union Street, Newark, New York 14513

Dimensions: 339' (L), 402' (C), 339' (R)

Former Tenants:

Newark Co-Pilots (New York-Penn League) 1968-1979

Newark Orioles (New York-Penn League) 1983-1987

Newark Barge Bandits (North Atlantic League) 1995-1996

Newark Raptors (Northeastern Collegiate Baseball League) 1998-2000

Wayne County Raptors (Northeastern Collegiate Baseball League) 2001

Wayne County Raptors (New York Collegiate Baseball League) 2002-2005

The view from behind home plate at Colburn Park.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

The grandstand at Colburn Park, as seen from the right field corner of the park.

A tall press box tower stands behind home plate, right up against the backstop.

Small stands behnd the backstop consist of molded plastic seats on wooden risers.

A large set of bleachers down the first base line includes two rows of stadium seats in front.

A smaller set of the first base stands sits on the third base side of the park, with a more standard set of bleachers beside it.

Two smaller sets of bleachers sit down the left field line at Colburn Park.

Picnic tables sit beside the field on the right field side of the park.

The concourse, behind the grandstand, features several small concession buildings.

The Pilots bullpen sits out of play in the right field corner of Colburn Park.

A small wooden fence blocks off the visitors bullpen in the left field foul ground.

The outfield wall wraps around the field in a fairly uniform curve.

A bird's nest sits atop a light stanchion in the right field corner of the park. For years, the park's tenants were named the Raptors for the large birds.

The scoreboard sits behind the left field fence.

The Newark Pilots on the field during a game at Colburn Park.