Constructed in 1999, Eastwood Field is situated on the grounds of the Eastwood Mall Complex in Niles, Ohio. The Eastwood Mall is the largest retail shopping complex between Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
The stadium can accommodate over 6,000 fans in an intimate outdoor baseball setting. The stadium's capacity expands to nearly 9,000 patrons for other entertainment events.
In it's twenty-one-year history, the venue has played host to a diverse lineup of entertainment and charitable events including Youngstown State University Baseball, High School Baseball, Championship Boxing, the Youngstown Symphony, automobile shows, the American Heart Association Heart Walk, the Buddy Walk, TNA and NEW wrestling events and a variety of meetings, conferences, company picnics, and parties. In addition, Eastwood Field has been home to a number of the Valley's largest concert acts including Bad Company, Nelly, Kool and the Gang, the Beach Boys and Kenny Rogers and Foreigner in the summer of 2008.
2019 marks the 21st season that Eastwood Field will be home to the Short Season Class-A Affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. During the summer of 2012 the Scrappers hosted the 8th annual New York-Penn League All-Star Game at Eastwood Field. The event featured some of the best young talent in Minor League Baseball and showcased Mahoning Valley to many out of town spectators.
Left Field - 335 Ft. | Center Field - 405 Ft. | Right Field - 335 Ft.
Parking is $3 per car for all Scrappers home games. Rates may change for other events at Eastwood Field.