The DC Grays are proud to call Hoy Field at Gallaudet University home
The Grays play all our home games on newly-renovated Hoy Field, which is located on the Gallaudet campus and is also the home field for the Gallaudet University Bisons. The field is named after William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoy, the first deaf baseball player to have a professional career in the major leagues. A plaque honoring Hoy overlooks his namesake field from behind home plate.
As part of a remodeling project that began in 2011, the field was completely redone with Field Turf, save for an all-dirt pitching mound. Hoy field measures 304’ and 319’ down the right and left field lines, respectively, and reaches 397 in center field. The deepest part of the park is actually halfway between straightaway center field and the right field power alley and is 404′ from home plate.
Hoy Field also features two double-pitcher bullpens, a batters’ eye and (new for 2013) sunken dugouts and an impressive 27’-wide scoreboard.
Fans attending Grays games should enter the Gallaudet University campus from the West Virginia Avenue gate, and Hoy Field will be on your left. Street parking is located around the perimeter of the field, and fans are also permitted to park in spots next to Kendall Demonstration Elementary School and in the parking garage next to the school. All parking is free.
- Left Field = 319′
- Left-Center = 350′
- Center Field = 397′
- Right-Center = 386′
- Right Field = 304′
NOTE: The deepest part of the park is actually halfway between straightaway center field and right field power alley and is 404′ from home plate.
Hoy Field is located at 1440 West Virginia Ave, NE, Washington, DC 20002
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