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Evans Diamond - {CATEGORY}

Evans Diamond is a college baseball stadium in Berkeley, California, on the campus of the University of California. Opened in 1933, it is the home field of the Cal Golden Bears of the Pac-10, with a seating capacity of 2,500. Evans Diamond is located in the UC sports complex in the southwest corner of campus, pressed between Edwards Track Stadium to the west (right field) and Haas Pavilion to the east. The concrete stadium is named after Clint Evans, the Cal head coach from 1930-54. The stadium was renovated in 1992 at a cost of $275,000, paid for by the donations of UC alumni. Construction was done by RNT Landscaping, a San Leandro landscaping company. The turf at Evans Diamond is natural grass, and the infield dirt is a combination of crushed cinder and the traditional clay. The outfield wall is 320 feet (98 m) from home plate in the corners, 365 feet (111 m) in the power alleys, and 395 feet (120 m) in center field. In the right field corner are the batting cages and pitching machines, covered by a roof (but not enclosed); the bullpen is outside of the roof, closer to the warning track. In the left field corner is the other bullpen, without batting cages. Both bullpens are separated from the field of play by fences. The Jackie Jensen press box lies directly behind home plate, above the last row of stands. Beyond the left field wall is Bancroft Way, the southern border of the UC campus. Beyond the right field wall is the concrete grandstand for the track stadium. The baseball field has an unorthodox orientation, with the catcher and batter (and fans) facing southwest, into the mid-afternoon sun. (The optimal orientation of a baseball diamond is east-northeast. )

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Address: University of California, Berkeley, California,  United States

Country: United States

Capacity: 2500

Surface: Natural grass

Tenants: California Golden Bears-(NCAA)

Operator: University of California

Opened: 1933

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Evans Diamond - {CATEGORY}

Evans Diamond is a college baseball stadium in Berkeley, California, on the campus of the University of California. Opened in 1933, it is the home field of the Cal Golden Bears of the Pac-10, with a seating capacity of 2,500. Evans Diamond is located in the UC sports complex in the southwest corner of campus, pressed between Edwards Track Stadium to the west (right field) and Haas Pavilion to the east. The concrete stadium is named after Clint Evans, the Cal head coach from 1930-54. The stadium was renovated in 1992 at a cost of $275,000, paid for by the donations of UC alumni. Construction was done by RNT Landscaping, a San Leandro landscaping company. The turf at Evans Diamond is natural grass, and the infield dirt is a combination of crushed cinder and the traditional clay. The outfield wall is 320 feet (98 m) from home plate in the corners, 365 feet (111 m) in the power alleys, and 395 feet (120 m) in center field. In the right field corner are the batting cages and pitching machines, covered by a roof (but not enclosed); the bullpen is outside of the roof, closer to the warning track. In the left field corner is the other bullpen, without batting cages. Both bullpens are separated from the field of play by fences. The Jackie Jensen press box lies directly behind home plate, above the last row of stands. Beyond the left field wall is Bancroft Way, the southern border of the UC campus. Beyond the right field wall is the concrete grandstand for the track stadium. The baseball field has an unorthodox orientation, with the catcher and batter (and fans) facing southwest, into the mid-afternoon sun. (The optimal orientation of a baseball diamond is east-northeast. )

Evans Diamond - {CATEGORY}

Evans Diamond is a college baseball stadium in Berkeley, California, on the campus of the University of California. Opened in 1933, it is the home field of the Cal Golden Bears of the Pac-10, with a seating capacity of 2,500. Evans Diamond is located in the UC sports complex in the southwest corner of campus, pressed between Edwards Track Stadium to the west (right field) and Haas Pavilion to the east. The concrete stadium is named after Clint Evans, the Cal head coach from 1930-54. The stadium was renovated in 1992 at a cost of $275,000, paid for by the donations of UC alumni. Construction was done by RNT Landscaping, a San Leandro landscaping company. The turf at Evans Diamond is natural grass, and the infield dirt is a combination of crushed cinder and the traditional clay. The outfield wall is 320 feet (98 m) from home plate in the corners, 365 feet (111 m) in the power alleys, and 395 feet (120 m) in center field. In the right field corner are the batting cages and pitching machines, covered by a roof (but not enclosed); the bullpen is outside of the roof, closer to the warning track. In the left field corner is the other bullpen, without batting cages. Both bullpens are separated from the field of play by fences. The Jackie Jensen press box lies directly behind home plate, above the last row of stands. Beyond the left field wall is Bancroft Way, the southern border of the UC campus. Beyond the right field wall is the concrete grandstand for the track stadium. The baseball field has an unorthodox orientation, with the catcher and batter (and fans) facing southwest, into the mid-afternoon sun. (The optimal orientation of a baseball diamond is east-northeast. )

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