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Fraser Field

Not to be confused with Frazer Field, a defunct football field in Newark, Delaware.

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Fraser Field during a North Shore Spirit game
Location 365 Western Ave
Lynn, MA 01904
Owner City of Lynn, MA
Operator North Shore Navigators, Salvi Sports Enterprises
Capacity 3,804
Field size Left Field: 330 ft
Center Field: 400 ft
Right Field: 335 ft
Surface ProGrass (infield)
Natural Grass (outfield)
Broke ground 1940
Opened June 18, 1940
Renovated 2003
Construction cost $210,000
North Shore Navigators (Futures Collegiate Baseball League)
North Shore Spirit (Can-Am League)
Massachusetts Mad Dogs (Northeast League)
Lynn Pirates (Eastern League)
Lynn Sailors (Eastern League)
Lynn Tigers (New England League)
Lynn Red Sox (New England League)

Fraser Field is a baseball park in Lynn, Massachusetts that was built in 1940 by the Works Progress Administration as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. Fraser Field has played host to many minor-league baseball teams over the years. The North Shore Navigators of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League call Fraser Field home. 2008 was the Navigators' inaugural season at Fraser, having moved from Holyoke, Massachusetts, and the organization won its first NECBL title since the move to Lynn in 2010.

The field is located next to the former Manning Bowl which was razed and replaced with the new Manning Field.

Field Structure

Fraser Field Grandstand.

The infield of Fraser Field is synthetic turf manufactured and installed by Pro Grass LLC, while the outfield is natural grass.

In 2003, investor Nicholas Lopardo began a project to revitalize the park. Lopardo's renovations included new scoreboards, seating, concessions, and clubhouses, along with a remodeled roof covering a section of the park's grandstand. The project cost roughly 2.5 million dollars.[1]

Recent Use

Fraser Field hosted the now defunct Massachusetts Mad Dogs up until 1997 and the North Shore Spirit from 2003-2007.

In 2006 and 2007, the opening round of the Baseball Beanpot - a college baseball tournament featuring Boston College, Northeastern University, The University of Massachusetts, and Harvard University, were played at Fraser Field.

External links


  1. ^ Fraser Field slideshow, URL accessed December 13, 2008