NYSEG Stadium Review
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Review of NYSEG Stadium Rating: 3.5
by Malcolm MacMillan
- NYSEG Stadium opened in 1992 season
- Stadium seats 6,012 fans
NYSEG Stadium opened during the 1992 season and if you're familiar with ballpark designs throughout the decades, you'll be able to tell this one was built in the 1990s. This isn't to say there's anything wrong with NYSEG Stadium, nor does the facility seem dated. It just feels like a 1990s stadium.
The stadium has an official capacity of 6,012, making it the second-smallest park in the 12-team Eastern League. NYSEG has dimensions of 330 feet to left field, 400 feet to center and 330 to right. Seating at the stadium is divided into two levels with a cross aisle that runs between them. From 1992 to 2001, the park was named Binghamton Municipal Stadium. In time for the 2002 season, the facility's naming rights were bought by New York State Electric and Gas, which named the park NYSEG Stadium. The stadium's scoreboard is in right-center field and features a digital box score and a video board that shows players photos, stats and game video.