Left Field - 310 feet
Center Field - 402 feet
Right Field - 340 feet
Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium has been home to the San Antonio Missions since 1994. The Wolff opened on April 18, 1994 to a crowd of 9,336 as the Missions took on the El Paso Diablos. The stadium has 6,200 fixed seats and a grass berm in left field that can seat approximately 3,000 fans. Wolff Stadium features 14 luxury suites, a Party Pavilion down the right field line, Fiesta Deck down the left field line, and patio party areas on both sides of the ballpark.
The Wolff played host to the 1997 Double-A All Star Game and has hosted the Texas League All Star Game three times (1994, 2001, 2011).
On July 27, 1998 Wolff Stadium witnessed a once-in-a-lifetime feat. Tyrone Horne of the Arkansas Travelers hit for the 'home run cycle.' It is believed to be the only home run cycle in the history of professional baseball. Horne belted a two-run home run in the first inning, clubbed a grand slam in the second inning, slugged a solo shot in the fifth, and completed the accomplishment with a three-run homer in the sixth.