Isotopes Park, home of Lobo baseball, was named the top collegiate baseball field in 2004 by the SportsTurf Managers Association. It is one of the finest baseball facilities in the nation.
Isotopes Park is the home of the Albuquerque Isotopes, the triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Originally Albuquerque Sports Stadium, the former multi-use facility was renovated by the city of Albuquerque to continue as a baseball-only stadium. For Isotopes games the field is referred to as "The Lab". The new stadium seats 11,124 fans including suite seating. The new stadium has approximately 66,500 square feet of exterior seating plus 3,440 square feet of exterior suite seating, 54,300 square feet of open concourse and walkway plus 4,540 square feet of outdoor deck, 66,400 square feet enclosed space, 7,000 square feet of open outdoor picnic area and a 120,000 square foot playing field.
Lower Bowl (including the right field corner section above the concourse) - 8,605
Club Seating - 709
Upper Bowl - 1,270
Club Level Suites - 288
Suite/Press Level Suites - 252
Total Seats - 11,124
Exit off I-25, just south of the Big-I, at Avenida Cesar Chavez and head east. Turn right (south) on University Boulevard. The Pit will be on the right as you come to University Boulevard. Isotopes Park is on the northest corner of University Boulevard and Avenida Cesar Chavez.
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