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Coordinates: 30°32′29″N 87°12′26″W / 30.541375°N 87.207112°W / 30.541375; -87.207112 Jim Spooner Field UWF Baseball Complex Location 11000 University Parkway Pensacola, Florida 32514 Broke ground 1980 Opened 1981 Owner University of West Florida Surface Bermuda Grass Capacity over 3,000 (including lawn seating)[1] Field dimensions Left Field - 320 ft Left-Center - 370 ft Center Field - 390 ft Right-Center - 370 ft Right Field - 320 ft Tenants Pensacola Pelicans (2004-2010) UWF Argonauts (Baseball) (1981-present) Jim Spooner Field is a stadium in Pensacola, Florida, USA that is primarily used for baseball, and is home field for the University of West Florida baseball team and was home to the Pensacola Pelicans. It opened in 1981 with a seating capacity of about 1,000 people. Over the years, that capacity has more than tripled.[1] In May 2003, the stadium underwent a massive renovation. The president of the Pelicans, Rishy Studer, and her husband Quint, contributed $500,000 to improve the stadium to meet minor league standards. The renovations included adding a lawn seating area that could accommodate up to 500 people, a series of premium seating sections, a public address system, a new backstop, and accommodations for the disabled.[2] On August 22, 2008, the Pelicans organization named it after Jim Spooner, a long time UWF coach. The first game at Jim Spooner Field at Pelican Park was played that night. Notes ^ a b University of West Florida Baseball brochure, page 6 ^ NAUTICAL - The Comm Center - ThE-News - View This article about a sports venue in Florida is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e