Coastal Baseball Park
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Coastal Baseball About Coastal Baseball Teams Ballparks Coastal Baseball Park Tournaments Coastal Baseball What is Coastal Park? Coastal Baseball Park is two private full size baseball fields located in Houston, Tx.
Pictures of Construction of Black Field Pictures of Construction of Blue Field Coastal Park serves as home to Adult Baseball Year round, college baseball in the summer, and was home to the Coastal Kingfish of the Continental Baseball League in the summer of 2009. Coastal Parks will be ready for grand opening Feb 2011. Baseball has been played on Coastal Baseball (Blue) Original since Dec 2007, with games starting May 2008. In September 2010 Blue Turf was layed in the cutouts of Coastal Baseball Original.. Coastal Black is work in progress, it will completed for play Feb 2011. A batter's eye will need to installed at Coastal Black and should be done soon. Clearing of trees behind the field and additional of seating area will make Coastal Black a higher quality ballpark. Coastal Black's perfect elevation and slope make it impossible to rain out a game unless the mound was not covered. The Parking Lot at Coastal Park might stop you.
Latest Pictures show brick wall/mound/dugouts Sept 2009 Original Coastal BallPark #1 The Ballpark borders the Mykawa Railroad Track to the West, Highway 35/Telephone Road to the East, Beltway 8 to the North, Clear Creek to the South. It is the Southmost piece of property in the City of Houston/Harris County. Clear Creek is the dividing line between Brazoria County. It is located at 7320 South Sam Houston Parkway East, Houston Tx 77075. Which directly in between 288 and I-45 on the south side of Beltway 8 in between Telephone and Mykawa on the Telephone side of the Railroad Tracks. The field is easy to get to from anywhere, 20 minutes from Downtown Houston, 20 minutes from League City, 20 minutes from SugarLand, 10 minutes from Pasadena, and 2 minutes from Pearland and Hobby Airport.
Coastal Baseball Park hosted its first game in May 2008 between the Houston Apollos and Alemeds Academy. The original field dimensions were 331 to left field, 408 to center field, 315 to right field. The winds blow constantly from the Gulf of Mexico current. 90% of the time the wind blows in strong from right field, when the wind blows from the north games turn into home run derby quickly. Originally the park featured an artifical mound, but this was replaced in Summer of 2009 with a clay mound. The first field was started in Fall of 2007 and completed in Summer of 2008 faces Southeast is 323 to Left, 386 to center, 315 to right.
Lastest Pictures(Photos 6 April 2009),
Coastal Park has went through many major upgrades including installation of a major league spec clay mound, brick dugouts, brick backstop, addition of speakers, addition of brick walk ways and batting cage.
Hurricane Ike came through in September 2008 and destroyed all fencing/backstops/dugouts that existed. The turf had all of the crumb rubber removed and some minor bubble holes that aired out and the outfield actually benefitted from the water. After Hurricane Ike the dimensions to the park are as follows 321 to Left Field, 378 to center field and 314 to right field. With wooden bats and constant South Wind blowing in there were virtually no home runs or close encounters to home runs. And with the easy hops on the turf Coastal Baseball Park was turned into a pitchers park. Crumb rubber has slowly be refilled and the park seeks to be more offensively post hurricane Ike.
The field was built with Progreen Turf Infield which is synthetic and weather resistant this will limit rainouts. The Turf is very similar to FieldTurf. It was used on the practice football fields of the University of Arkansas. Currently there is only one field at Coastal Baseball Park, and lights have be purchased with proper funding lights might be installed in late 2008 or earlier 2009.

Coastal Baseball will host games for various Semi Pro, Adult and High School Leagues and will be main field for National Baseball Congress League of Houston in Summer of 2008. Coastal Baseball Park served as the home of the Houston Apollos, League City Hornets, Mykawa Hawks and SouthBelt Sox. With games played on the weekends in doubleheader format. There will also be monthly home run derby's for those who can swing for the deep fences.
There will be 4 tournaments a year at Coastal Baseball Park.
Pre hurricane Ike Pictures.

Lastest Pictures(Photos 5),
Construction on Coastal Baseball Park was started in December 2007 and completed in May 2008 (Photos 1), (Photos 2), (Photos 3), (Photos 4). The design was for an artifical infield with a nautral grass outfield that required almost no maintance but stayed at a high playing level. Fieldturf was acquired from the University of Arkansas Football practice facility that was being sold, the turf was transported to Houston and installed on a level rock/sand fillament base. It was seemed and hash marks and numbers painted into the field had to removed. The base areas were painted orange. The mound is a composition mound that has no holes and needs no maintance. Concrete was installed around the dugouts and around the back of the field for a walkway. The first league was played at Coastal Baseball Park in May 2008-July 2008, 48 games were played at Coastal Baseball Park. In future there plans to be state of the art bullpens designed as well as possible a batting cage area.

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