Campanelli Stadium


Campanelli Stadium

Infobox Stadium
stadium_name = Campanelli Stadium
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location = One Lexington Avenue
Brockton, MA 02301
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built = 2002
opened = 2002
owner =
operator = Brockton Rox
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tenants = Brockton Rox (Can-Am League) (2002-"present")
seating_capacity = 4,750
dimensions = Left Field: 320 ft
Center Field: 403 ft
Right Field: 320 ft

Campanelli Stadium is a stadium in Brockton, Massachusetts. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Brockton Rox Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball minor league baseball team. The stadium opened in 2002 and holds roughly 6000 people.

On the occasion that there is a Sunday afternoon home game, family fun festivals are held prior to the first pitch. Activities include face painting and horseback riding for children.

Although many residents in the area oppose them, fireworks are set off after every Friday night game.

It is also used for small to medium sized concerts and other events, such as Boy Scout overnights. The stadium also plays host to all Brockton High School baseball games, as well as select Boston College baseball games.

Attached to the stadium is a full service banquet facility -- The Shaw Center -- which hosts weddings, bar mitzvahs, trade shows, business meetings, social events, and much more. The combined minor league baseball stadium and banquet facility is one of only two such complexes in the nation.

External links

[http://www.ballparkreviews.com/brockton/brockton.htm Ballpark Reviews Webpage on Campanelli Stadium]


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