Telus Field (nicknamed the Phone Booth) is a baseball stadium in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is home to the Edmonton Cracker-Cats of the independent Golden Baseball League, and former home of the Edmonton Trappers, an AAA baseball team in the Pacific Coast League. The Trappers moved to Round Rock, Texas and became the Round Rock Express after the 2004 season. The facility is located in the North Saskatchewan River Valley, on the south end of downtown Edmonton.
Another unique feature of Telus Field are the ground level luxury suites. Club and general seating are built on top. The Home Plate VIP Lounge (accessible by stairs or elevator) is located directly behind the plate and that includes a bar and a restaurant with a view of the field from inside. Seating is also an option outside. The award winning lounge includes trophies and pictures of the early Edmonton baseball teams and can seat up to 250 people.
With a seating capacity at 10,000, Telus Field is the second largest minor league baseball stadium in Canada after Lynx Stadium in Ottawa, Ontario and the largest park in the Golden Baseball League. The largest game attendance was 10,098 against the Las Vegas 51s. The dimensions are 340 feet to left field, 378 feet to left center, 420 feet to center field, 395 feet to right center and 320 feet to right field which makes it the largest playing surface in Canada and the GBL. .
There are 2 barbecue picnic pits located down the foul lines in between the dugouts and the bullpens that seat about 150 to 300 people.
The stadium concourse features pictures of historical moments in Trapper history, including Ron Kittle's 50 home run season. There are also pictures from every Trapper championship and trophies.