Tianmu Baseball Stadium

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Taipei Tianmu Baseball Stadium
New Tianmu Baseball Stadium.jpg
Location Taipei, Taiwan
Owner Taipei City Government
Capacity 10,500 (1997)
Field sizeLeft Field Line - 325 ft (99.06 m)
Center Field - 400 ft (121.92m)
Right Field Line - 325 ft (99.06 m)
Broke ground25 March 1997
Opened15 August 1999

The Taipei Tianmu Baseball Stadium (Chinese :臺北市立天母棒球場; pinyin :Táiběi Shìlì Tiānmǔ Bàngqiú Chǎng) is a baseball stadium located in Tianmu Sport Park in Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan. It was built in 1999, and mostly hosts baseball games. Originally designed as a community ballpark, Tianmu Stadium is located in a rather high price residential neighborhood of Tianmu, resulting in many sound and light restrictions in regard to the usage of the stadium. Because of this, professional games are only held over the weekends. [1]

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The stadium is accessible within walking distance East from Mingde Station of Taipei Metro.

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