Memorial Field

Park Name: Warren H. Doane Diamond at Memorial Field

In Use: 1936-2021

Grandstand Rebuilt: 1999

Address: 100 South Fruit Street, Concord, New Hampshire 03301

Former Tenants:

Watertown Indians (New York-Penn League) 1996 {Alternate Field}

Concord Quarry Dogs (New England Collegiate Baseball League) 2001-2007

The view from behind home plate at Memorial Field.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line.

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

The pressbox and a couple of small luxury boxes sit atop the aluminum seating bowl.

The dugouts sit at field level beside a gravel warning track.

A couple of small aluminum bleacher sections sit beyond the dugouts on either side of the field.

Light towers emerge from the grandstand at Memorial Field, creating a handful of obstructed-view seats.

Walkways lead up to the seating bowl from underneath the stands.

The "concourse" at Memorial Field is an asphalt path that wraps around the grandstand.

Doane Diamond is part of a larger athletic complex in Concord and several other sports venues can be seen from the ballpark.

The bullpens sit in foul territory down the outfield lines.

The field features a wide area of foul territory from the squared-off backstop all the way to the outfield corners.

A small scoreboard sits behind the left field wall, and shows only the inning and runs scored.

The New Hampshire Wild on the field during a game at Doane Diamond at Memorial Field.