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Features of USC's new baseball stadium

A rendering of how the new USC baseball stadium will look.
A rendering of how the new USC baseball stadium will look.

Seats: Approximately 5,400 permanent, chair-back seats, with a total capacity of 8,000-plus. There will be cup holders at each permanent seat

Picnic Area: The picnic terrace down the left-field line can hold about 120 fans.

Suites: There will be five suites and two club-level premium seating areas.

Concessions: Larger concessionstand menu than Sarge Frye Field, with portable setups on the plaza and concourses.

Scoreboard: A state-of-the-art video scoreboard will stand 86 feet above the field. The scoreboard is 47 feet high and 44 feet wide, with a video board that is 16-by-28 feet.

Concourse: It will run completely around the stadium.

Field: A sand-based field will meet U.S. Golf Association specifications and feature 419 Bermuda Turf grass and a special drainage system.

Dimensions: 325 feet down the lines, 390 to center (same as Sarge Frye Field).

Outfield Walls: They will vary from 8 to 10 feet in height. A “batter’s eye” in center field will measure 80 feet wide and stretch 40 feet above the field.It will be emerald green.

For The Team: Four indoor batting tunnels, a home locker room, a 3,900-square-foot weight room, coaches' offices, a sports medicine/athletic trainingroom and a classroom/media room.

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