Bright House Field

Bright House Field

Infobox Stadium
stadium_name = Bright House Field
nickname =

fullname =
location = 601 Old Coachman Road
Clearwater, FL 33765
United States
coordinates =
broke_ground =
built =
opened = 2004
renovated =
expanded =
closed =
demolished =
owner = Florida, Pinellas County, Clearwater, Phillies
operator =
surface = grass
construction_cost = $25 million
architect = HOK Sport & Ewing Cole Cherry Brott
structural engineer =
services engineer =
general_contractor= Hunt Construction Group
project_manager =
main_contractors =
former_names = Bright House Networks Field
tenants = Clearwater Threshers (FSL) (2004-present)

Philadelphia Phillies (MLB) (spring training) (2004-present)
seating_capacity = 8,500
dimensions = Left - 329 ft.
Left Center - 389 ft.
Center - 408 ft.
Right - 330 ft.

Bright House Field (formerly Bright House Networks Field) is a baseball stadium located in Clearwater, Florida, in the United States. The stadium was built in 2004 and has a maximum seating capacity of 8,500 people (7,000 fixed seats with additional grass berm seating for 1,500). The ballpark is the spring training home of the Philadelphia Phillies, and their Class A affiliate, Clearwater Threshers of the Florida State League. The stadium is named after the Florida-based cable company, Bright House Networks, whose local center is located just to the south of the stadium.

In February 2008, the Phillies announced that the name of the stadium would change, from "Bright House Networks Field" to "Bright House Field". [cite web| url= |title=Phillies - Admiration is mutual for Mike Schmidt, new Phillies third basemen Pedro Feliz |work=Philadelphia Daily News |accessdate=2008-02-20]

Before the opening of Bright House Field, the Philadelphia Phillies held spring training at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium.

External links

* [ Bright House Field (Clearwater Threshers)]
* [ Bright House Field (Philadelphia Phillies)]
* [ Bright House Field Views - "Ball Parks of the Minor Leagues"]


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