McDonough Park



Park Name: Joseph E. McDonough Memorial Park
Tenants: Geneva Red Wings (Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League)

Opened: 1958
Address: 180 Lyceum Street, Geneva, New York 14456
Dimensions: 325' (L), 400' (C), 320' (R)

Former Names: 
Shuron Field (1958-1977)

Former Tenants:
Geneva Redlegs (NY-Penn League) 1958-1962
Geneva Senators (NY-Penn League) 1963-1968, 1970-1972
Geneva Pirates (NY-Penn League) 1969
Geneva Twins (NY-Penn League) 1973
Geneva Cubs (NY-Penn League) 1977-1993
Geneva Knights (Northeastern Collegiate Baseball League) 1994-1998
Geneva Redlegs (Northeastern Collegiate Baseball League) 1999-2001
Geneva Lakers (New York Collegiate Baseball League) 2002
Geneva Red Wings (New York Collegiate Baseball League) 2003-2015
Geneva Twins (New York Collegiate Baseball League) 2012-2015


The view from behind home plate at McDonough Park.


The view from down the first base line.


The view from down the third base line.


The covered grandstand at McDonough Park, as seen from the right field corner.


The pressbox sits atop the roof of the main grandstand, one of the few parks still using the rooftop pressbox.


The home plate grandstand is a long, straight structure with mostly wooden bleachers for seating.


Two rows of fold-down plastic box seats sit at the front of the grandstand.


A long wooden bleacher section runs down the third base line.


A small wooden party deck sits beside the third base bleachers, with the visitor's bullpen in the outfield corner beyond.


A larger, split level party deck sits on the first base side of the main grandstand.


A smaller wooden bleacher section and a covered picnic area sit in front of the home bullpen on the first base side.


McDonough Park features a wide area of foul territory in front of the backstop and down both base lines.


The concourse is walled in by a series of concrete concession buildings behind the main grandstand.


A plaque along the concourse celebrates Joseph McDonough, the towns former sports manager for whom the park is named.


The scoreboard sits behind the right field wall.


The Geneva Red Wings on the field during a game at McDonough Park.





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