77 West 1300 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84115
OFFSEASON BALLPARK HOURS:
9:30-3:30 Monday - Friday. Closed weekends
TICKET PLANS & SUITES:
The Ballpark, now known as Smith's Ballpark, opened as Franklin Quest Field in 1994 with a seating capacity of 15,400, the largest in the PCL. In 1998 the field became Franklin Covey Field and was known as such until 2009, when it was re-named named Spring Mobile Ballpark. The area became Smith's Ballpark in 2014.
Left Field Line: 345'
Left Center: 385'
Center Field: 420'
Right Center: 375'
20' from Right Field Line: 345'
Right Field Line: 315'
Outfield Wall: 10' high
ELEVATION AT HOME PLATE: 4,229 feet above sea level
HOME PLATE TO BACKSTOP: 60'
CENTERFIELD BATTER'S EYE: 80' by 40'
SEATING CAPACITY: 14,511
Game: April 11th 1994 vs Edmonton
*Batter: *Carl Everett 4/11/94 vs Edmonton
Hit: Single by Jim Walewander, Edmonton, 1st inning, 4/11/94
Double: Scott Stahoviak, Salt Lake, 2nd inning, 4/11/94
Triple: Steve Dunn, 2nd inning, 4/13/94 vs Edmonton
Home Run: Monty Farriss, Edmonton off of Andy Cook, 5th inning, 4/11/94
Grand Slam: Mike Durant, Salt Lake vs Tacoma off of Joe Slusarski, 5th inning, 5/3/94
*Walk Off Home Run: *Bernardo Brito, Salt Lake vs Tacoma off of Roger Smithberg, 9th inning 5/6/94
*Run Batted In: *Russ Morman, Edmonton off of Andy Cook, 4th inning, 4/11/94
*Run Scored: *Jim Walewander, Edmonton off of Andy Cook, 4th inning, 4/11/94
*Stolen Base: *Jim Walewander, Edmonton, 1st inning, 4/13/94
Base on Balls: Jim Walewander, Edmonton by Mo Sanford, 7th inning, 4/11/94
Hit By Pitch: Juan De La Rosa, Salt Lake, 4th inning by Terry Matthews, 4/11/94
*Strike Out: *Carl Everett, Edmonton by Andy Cook, 1st inning, 4/11/94
Wild Pitch: Andy Cook, Salt Lake, 4th inning, 4/11/94
Salt Lake Win: 4/13/94 vs Edmonton, 6-5 (10 innings)
Salt Lake Loss: 4/11/94 vs Edmonton, 7-1