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Stade Amedee Roy



Park Name: Stade Amedee Roy
Tenants: Quebec Capitales {Exhibition}

Opened: 1938
Grandstand Rebuilt: 1952, 2000
Address: 600 Rue du Cegep, Sherbrooke, Quebec J1E 3T6

Dimensions: 322' (L), 385' (C), 322' (R)

Former Tenants:
Sherbrooke Braves (Quebec Provincial League) 1940
Sherbrooke Canadians (Border League) 1946
Sherbrooke Athletiques (Provincial League) 1948-1951
Sherbrooke Indians (Provincial League) 1953-1955
Sherbrooke Pirates (Eastern League) 1972-1973
Montreal Royales (Canadian League) 2003


The view outside the main gate at Stade Amedee Roy.


The view from behind home plate.


The view from down the first base line. The field features a dirt path between home plate and the pitcher's mound.


The view from down the third base line.


The grandstand at Stade Amedee Roy. The current stands, built in 2000, are much smaller than the grandstands that were present when the field hosted minor league baseball.


The pressbox sits above the entryway behind home plate, at the top of the covered grandstand.


Seating at Stade Amedee Roy is entirely made up of wooden bleachers that resemble park benches.


The small concourse and concession area is located underneath the grandstand and features picnic tables.


The field features a wide, squared off backstop and lots of foul territory behind home plate. Asymmetrical dirt paths lead from the dugouts to the on deck circles.


The home bullpen and batting cages sit out of play on the third base side of the field. Youth athletic field sit behind the ballpark.


Visitor's bullpens and batting cages next to the first base dugout.


Stade Amedee Roy features a large, steep hill in play in front of the left field wall.


The wooden outfield fence and small scoreboard in center field.


The Quebec Capitales and Trois Rivieres Aigles on the field during an exhibition game at Stade Amedee Roy. While the park has not hosted professional baseball since the Canadian Baseball League in 2003, the independent Can-Am League regularly hosts a spring training exhibition there.






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