A look at the seating bowl from down the third-base line.
The view from in front of the press box.
J.L. Johnson Stadium’s most distinguishing features are its exterior design, which may – or may not – be abstract representations of the feathers of a golden eagle; and its zigzag roof, which is reminiscent of Estadio Hiram Bithorn in San Juan, although on a smaller scale. The seating bowl consists of a cross aisle with two rows of box seats in front and several rows of general admission seats above. The first row of seats is above the dugout, so all spectators have an elevated view of the action.
The field faces southeast and has fairly standard dimensions. The lighting was described as some of the best in the nation when it was installed in 1978, and I am told it is still pretty good, although I saw an afternoon game.
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