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Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium

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Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium

Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium
Location Taoyuan County, Taiwan
Broke ground December 24, 2008[1]
Opened 2010
Surface Grass
Capacity 20,000
Field dimensions Left Field - 330 ft (100 m)
Center Field — 400 ft (121 m)
Right Field — 330 ft (100 m)
Lamigo Monkeys(2011-)[2]

Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium is a multi-use stadium located in Taoyuan County, Taiwan. The stadium was opened in 2010 and has a capacity of 20,000 spectators


Coordinates: 25°00′05″N 121°12′06″E / 25.00139°N 121.20167°E / 25.00139; 121.20167

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