History

Raley Field in West Sacramento, California has been the home of the Pacific Coast League’s Sacramento River Cats. The $46.5 million ballpark holds 14,014 fans at capacity and is 330 ft to left field, 403 ft to center field, and 325 ft to right field.

In 2005, a party deck was added to Raley Field that reduced the ballpark’s capacity from 14,611 to 14,414.

Over the years, Raley Field has hosted several other events in addition to Sacramento River Cats games. In 2012, Raley Field served as the home of the UFL’s Sacramento Mountain Lions. The ballpark also hosted a friendly between the Premier League’s Norwich City and the Mexican side Dorados de Sinaloa on July 18, 2013. Most recently, Raley Field was the site of an outdoor hockey game between the AHL’s Stockton Heat and Bakersfield Condors on December 18, 2015.

Historic Events