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48 Putnam Rd
Somerville, Massachusetts
  Trum Field  

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The Home of Somerville Baseball
Trum Field will take its place as one of the top amateur baseball fields in the state after a two-year, $5 million dollar project is completed prior to the 2004 season. Located on the heart of the City of Somerville, the stadium has provided thousands fans with the feeling of having "the best seat in the house" to watch the finest amateur baseball action in the state of Massachusetts.   There are on-going efforts to keep Trum Field one of the top facilities in local baseball. Truly a "player's ballpark," the stadium has had many upgrades since it opened in 1925: the addition of a state-of-the-art electronic scoreboard, along with planned improvements including a locker room and batting cage.
Trum Field, named after the late Somerville Resident Richard Trum, who died in the First World War. The stadium is one of the best places in the state to watch a game.   Stadium capacity is estimated at 4,000. Somerville Alibarandis Baseball Club annually ranks in the top of Yawkey League in attendance. Somerville baseball fans are simply the best and most knowledgeable in baseball. Although they live and die with "their" teams, the Alibrandis faithful are known league wide for their sportsmanship and appreciation of good baseball - by both teams, as well as their sometimes "creative" brand of support. Trum Field has been the site of 6 Yawkey Baseball League Championship Series sine the team joined the YBL in 1990..
The playing surface dimensions measure 310 feet to leftfield, 330 feet to left center, 380 to center with no fence from right center to the right field foul line. Over the years the field has seen minor adjustments, the extension of the left field fence, the replacement of light poles and the installation of the electronic scoreboard. All of these improvements have improved the playing area.   The scoreboard in left provides game information that helps give Trum Field a "big league" feel. The new and improved playing field itself is also often compared to that of a major league field. The Somerville Parks Departments Bert Switzer and his crew, oversee the everyday upkeep of the playing surface and surroundings, spending hours on the field year-round. The dedication and hard work of Somerville Parks Department were rewarded as Trum Field has been largely considered one of the best amateur baseball fields in Eastern Massachusetts.
Somerville Highlander Alumni / Alibrandis Baseball Record at Trum Field: 144-29-0 (.832)*
Team began play at Trum Field at the start of the 1993 season.
* Includes YBL Regular Season( 106 – 25, 809% ) and Playoffs( 38-4, .905 ) 1993-2003

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Directions to Trum Field
From Boston:
Take 93 North, to exit 29 for Rt 28. Follow signs for Somerville (Rt 38)/Everett. Keep left at Fork in ramp, and merge onto Mystic Ave/38 North. Turn Sharp Left onto McGrath Hwy/28 South. Turn Right onto Broadway. Follow Broadway, past intersection of Medford & Main St. Field complex is located ahead on your left on Broadway, between Charles Ryan St. & Cedar St

From the North:
Take 93 South, to Exit 31 for Rt 16 East towards Revere. Merge onto Mystic Valley Pkwy/Rt 16 E, follow Mystic Valley Pkwy and then go straight onto Harvard St. At next major intersection go left onto Main St/Medford St. Turn right onto Broadway. Field complex is located ahead on your left on Broadway, between Charles Ryan St


Trum Field Ground Rules
From the back stop and working around from 3b line to 1b line.
·        The backstop area is live, there are a few small openings we kill it
·        The door to the bench should be closed and if it a ball goes into the bench area the ball is dead.
·        Follow the fence to the end point at the end of the bench, it goes straight back to the fence in front of the stands and follow that.
·        The Sidewalk is in play all the way down the 3B/LF line
·        After the fence ends the stands and the lip of the cement is dead.
·        The area past the end of the LF Stands is in play
·        Any ball exiting the park through the door next to the LF foul line will be dead.
·        Fair balls that leave the park over the Left/Center Field fence are a Home Run
·        If a ball hits any light poles in Left/Center Field area and stay in the park it is all you can get, no matter it the ball hits the pole above the fence line. If it hits the pole and leaves the park it is a Home Run
·        The scoreboard in LCF is in play, a ball that hits the scoreboard and leaves the park will be 2 bases.
·        Any ball that leaves the park through the door in Centerfield will be a double
·        Any ball that goes into the basketball courts below the level of the fence through the opening will be a double
·        Any ball that lands on the courts through the opening that lands on the paint of the court and is above the fence line is a home run
·        Any ball hit over the fence into the basketball courts is a home run
·        The light pole at the point of the basketball court is not played as a wall, so any ball hit above the fence line( paint denotes ) is a home run
·        Right Field is wide open and it is all you can get
·        The Light Pole on the RF foul line is the fair pole, any ball that hits that pole is a fair ball.
·        A ball hitting that RF pole and goes into the stands in flight or on a bounce is a double.
·        Back from home plate up the 1B/RF line, the fence is live, the gate to the door should be closed and if a ball goes into the bench area it is dead
·        Where the fence ends, go back to the fence in front of the stands
·        That wall and fence is live, follow down to the end of the fence
·        The wall and the walkway are live, any ball in the stands is dead
·        At the end of the wall there is a stair area, any ball that hits in that corner is live, if it kicks up on to a step it becomes dead.
·        The walls the walkway are live and in play all the way down to 7-11( into the Little League Diamond )
·        Bases are in the ground( sometimes studs are covered and a throw down base may be used )

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Visiting Team Information
Batting Practice
Home team hits first followed immediately by visiting team.
Hitting restricted due to weather conditions as determined by home head coach.

Pre-game Infield Time
Home team first, 30 minutes before game time. Followed immediately by visitors, 20 minutes before game time.
10 minutes maximum per team.
May be eliminated due to field condition (at discretion of home head coach)

Field Condition
If the weather is wet and the field is questionable, call the baseball office for game status updates (number listed below).

Field Courtesy Regulations
Visiting Teams have the third base bench.
All warm-up activity to be done in outfield( left field ).
One on deck swinging batter allowed outside fence.
All hitting activity on diamond during team BP is to be hit from fence.
Please put all garbage in the trash cans located in your bench area.
Use toilets located on Braodway on the firstbase side or use Sunoco Gas station accross the street from Field.

Baseball Office - David Treska 1-978-697-1981
YBL Phone - 1-781-575-6115

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