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Stadiums and Stadium Models

In CSFBL, each team has a stadium where they play their home games. To view a team's stadium, go to the team's Front Office page.

The Stadium Model

Every stadium is modeled based on wall distance and height, playing surface, and foul territory size.

  • The distance down the right and left field lines and to center field is now measured in feet (approx. 1/3 of a meter).
  • Distance down the LF and RF lines range from 300' to 360' (average is 330').
  • Distance to CF ranges from 380' to 440' (average is 410').
  • The height of your stadium walls can be set separately in LF, CF, and RF. Each wall can range in height from 3' to 40' (average is 8').
  • There are five foul territory options: tiny, small, average, medium, and high.
  • Playing surface can be grass or turf.
  • New teams are created with default (average-sized) stadiums.

Each of these dimensions will impact the game. Some examples:

  • The larger the stadium (wall distance and height), the fewer home runs.runs hit.
  • A larger foul territory, the greater likelihood of foul balls becoming outs.
  • Artificial playing surfaces (i.e. turf) don'tdo not slow down ground balls. Natural surfaces (grass),(grass) allowsallow more ground balls to sneak past infielders.

Editing Stadiums

You can edit stadiumsthe stadium for teamseach team you own, within certain restrictions.

  • Inactive teams (teams that are not in a league) can edit their stadiums at any time.
  • Active teams (teams that are in a league) can only edit their stadiums during the pre-season (i.e. before the first game of the season,season I.E.(April April 2nd.).2nd).
  • Certain leagues may not allow stadium changes. If your league does not allow stadium changes, you will see a note on your team's Front Office page.

Return to Your Team Page.
Return to Front Office.