Maimonides Park

Park Name: Maimonides Park

Tenants: Brooklyn Cyclones (South Atlantic League)

Opened: 2001

Address: 1904 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11224

Dimensions: 315' (L), 412' (C), 325' (R)

Former Names:

Keyspan Park (2001-2009)

MCU Park (2010-2020)

Former Tenants:

Brooklyn Cyclones (NY-Penn League) 2001-2019

Brooklyn Cyclones (High-A East) 2021

A statue of Jackie Robinson and Pee Wee Reese stands outside the park, celebrating the two former Brooklyn teammates and their roles in breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball.

The view from behind home plate.

The grandstand and suites, as seen from bleachers in right center field.

The Cyclones retired numbers on the right side of the luxury suite level.

The pressbox and Brooklyn Dodgers retired numbers and championship banners on the left side of the suite level.

Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants logos adorn the ends of the seats, part of the ballpark's celebration of New York's former major league teams.

Covered areas on the concourse provide shade and cover for the fans down the lines.

Colored neon lights on the concourse help add to the amusement park feel of the park.

The boardwalk concourse in the outfield, leading right onto the beach behind the ballpark.

Coney Island amusement parks, including the Cyclone roller coaster that gives the team its name, as seen from the concourse.

The Atlantic Ocean as seen from the park. The ballpark sits on the former site of Steeplechase Park, one of the first amusement parks at Coney Island, the site is marked by a boardwalk and recreational field.

The view from down the third base line. The Parachute Jump, a landmark from the 1939 World's Fair, and a former ride at Steeplechase Park, towers over the field.

The view from down the first base line. The rides at the amusement parks provide the backdrop for a game.

The scoreboard is shaped like a coaster, and the light stanchions are ringed by neon hoops that light up in various colors when the sun goes down.

The bleachers and the corners of the outfield fence.

The Brooklyn Cyclones on the field at Maimonides Park.