Sutter Health Park

From BR Bullpen

CAPACITY: 14,611 (2000); 14,014 (2010)

FIRST GAME: May 15, 2000, Sacramento River Cats vs. Edmonton Trappers

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Sutter Health Park in West Sacramento, CA, is the home of the Sacramento River Cats, the San Francisco Giants' Pacific Coast League farm team, and the Giants' 2020 Coronavirus pandemic alternate training site. Sutter Health bought naming rights during the 2019-2020 off-season.

Opened as Raley Field in 2000, the privately financed ballpark ended the Pacific Coast League's last foray into Vancouver, BC, by pulling the Canadians south. The original 20-year naming-rights contract with Raley's Supermarkets reportedly provided $15 million, about a third of the facility's construction cost.

The stadium, across the Sacramento River from the state capitol and Sacramento proper, is accessed by the golden Tower Bridge. The ballpark replaced a cluster of West Sacramento warehouses and railyards.


Current ballparks in the Pacific Coast League
East Division West Division
Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark | Constellation Field | Dell Diamond | Isotopes Park | Southwest University Park Cheney Stadium | Greater Nevada Field | Las Vegas Ballpark | Smith's Ballpark | Sutter Health Park