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Coordinates: 34°08′07″N 117°15′50″W / 34.13541°N 117.263799°W / 34.13541; -117.263799

Fiscalini Field
Former names Perris Hill Park
Location 1007 East Highland Avenue
San Bernardino, California 92404, United States
Opened 1934
Renovated 1993
Surface Grass
Capacity 3,500
MLB Spring Training:
Pittsburgh Pirates (NL) (1935, 1937-1942, 1946, 1949-1952)
St. Louis Browns (AL) (1948, 1953)
Minor League:
San Bernardino Stars (CAL) (1941)
San Bernardino Pioneers (Sun) (1946-1947) San Bernardino Spirit (CAL) (1993-1995)

Fiscalini Field is a stadium in San Bernardino, California. It originally was called Perris Hill Park, but in 1993 it was renamed "Fiscalini Field". Through the years the stadium was the Spring Training Homes of the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Browns and was the home field for the San Bernardino Stars and the San Bernardino Pioneers. Today the park is used for recreational use.


The park was originally built in 1934, and named Perris Hill Park after Fredrick Thomas Perris, a railroad developer who helped shape early San Bernardino.[1] In 1993 the baseball field was renamed "Fiscalini Field" after the late John Fiscalini, a San Bernardino native, who earned All-Citrus Belt League baseball honors at San Bernardino High School, won All-American Laurel twice while playing at the University of California at Berkeley and played professionally for the Pittsburgh Pirates.


The field is primarily used for baseball and was the home of San Bernardino Spirit prior to Arrowhead Credit Union Park opening 1996. The CSUSB and SBVC baseball teams currently play there.[2]. Adult league games are played on the field year around. Games are played on Friday nights, and all day Saturdays and Sundays. There are 3 different levels of play (Majors, Minors, and 28 and over). The games from the Majors Division get very competitive. The top three teams currently are the Corona Diablos, C. Detroit, and the Culiacan Tomateros de San Bernardino.


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  2. ^ Gardner, Michele (2008-06-21). "Colleges out at home". San Bernardino County Sun. Retrieved 2008-06-22.  


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