Fluor Field at the West End
The late, great Yogi Berra once said “Love is the most important thing in the world, but baseball is pretty good, too.” In Greenville, SC, we love our baseball, and we’ve got the perfect place to celebrate the game.
Anchoring one end of the city’s dynamic Main Street (and lovingly referred to as Greenville's front porch), Fluor Field at the West End is every baseball lovers’ dream come true. Home to the Greenville Drive, the Class-A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, this gem of a ballpark embodies baseball at its best. Named “Ballpark of The Year” in 2006, the stadium borrows its field dimensions from historic Fenway Park in Boston—right down to the Green Monster in left field (complete with a manual scoreboard) and “Pesky’s Pole” in right field. Outside, reclaimed bricks from now-dormant mills honor the city’s rich history as one of the world’s premier textile producers.
The overall effect is dazzling—a 5,900-seat, state-of-the-art downtown ballpark that feels as though the rest of the city sprung up around it. From its family-friendly design (a grass embankment along the left field line is a popular picnic spot), comfy seats and old-time baseball charm, Fluor Field at the West End is everything a ballpark should be. And we agree with Yogi: the baseball’s pretty good, too.