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John Thurman Field

Home of the Modesto Nuts

John Thurman Field in Modesto, California is the home field of the Modesto Nuts, a Seattle Mariners affiliate in the California League. It was built in 1955 and holds 4,000 people. The park was renamed for California State Assemblyman John E. Thurman, from Modesto, in 1983. Originally named Del Webb Field, the park underwent renovations in 1997. Read MLB's ballpark guide about the venue for more details and history.

Modesto Nuts (Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners since 2017)
Established: 1946 (as the Modesto Reds)
Ballpark: John Thurman Field (opened 1955, as Del Webb Field)
League: California League
Notable Alumni: Tony Freitas, Dick Greco, Sparky Anderson, Rollie Fingers, Rickey Henderson, Reggie Jackson, Tony La Russa, Joe Morgan, Ted Simmons, Jose Canseco, Mark McGwire, Jason Giambi, Nolan Arenado, Troy Tulowitzki, Miguel Tejada, Charlie Blackmon
Dimensions: right field, 319; center field, 400; left field, 312


  • Children's Play Area
  • Concessions
  • Electronic Scoreboard
  • Parking
  • Picnic Areas
  • Press Box
  • Seating
  • Stadium

Stadium capacity

Seating: 4,000
Concerts: 7,500
On-site Parking: 677
Overflow Parking: 360

"With a timeless, intimate atmosphere, John Thurman Field is a dream for baseball nostalgists as well as fans (of any era) who can never get too close to the action. Whereas some Minor League parks are beloved for frills ranging from amusement park rides to luxury boxes that could be mistaken for fine restaurants, this ballyard is a favorite because it's all about baseball. The Nuts imbue the gameday atmosphere with MiLB-style fun in the form of mascots, between-innings entertainment and local flavor, but the game itself is king." --

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