Laredo Baseball Investors, LLC and the City of Laredo will jointly build a $18M state of the art the multi-use stadium located adjacent to the Laredo Energy Arena on Sinatra Drive. Stadium Architect and design team is Dallas-based HKS. HKS was the architect of record for the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Capacity for baseball games will be 6,000 and capacity for concerts will be 16,000. Stadium amenities will include a built-in concert stage above the centerfield wall, 9 luxury suites, grass berms, state of the art LED video board, three private picnic areas, three private party areas and a Stadium Club located on the suite level.

The Uni-Trade Stadium is a baseball ballpark in Laredo, Texas. The project consists of building a new multiuse Baseball field near the Laredo Energy Arena (LEA). The project was first approved by the city council and was voted in favor of (with 61.32% of the votes in favor 38.68% against) constructing it with money collected by a .25% sales tax increase for the LEC since 2004 of which there is a surplus of about $18 million.[4] The stadium will be home to the Laredo Lemurs, an expansion franchise in the American Association.[5] The stadium will be used for youth soccer leagues, youth and prep baseball games, along with other youth sports.[6] On December 9, 2011, it was announced that the stadium would be named Uni-Trade Stadium,[7] after Uni-Trade Forwarding LLC, a local freight forwarder.



The park opened on May 17, 2012, with the Lemurs defeating the defending American Association champion Grand Prairie AirHogs 5-1 in front of a crowd of 5,923.
The baseball field playing surface was designed and built by sports field contractor Texas Multi-Chem, out of Kerrville, TX. The baseball field’s natural grass surface is TifSport hybrid bermuda and the root zone consists of an 8″ layer of USGA sand and Dakota peat. The field also contains an internal drainage system to help avoid rain outs.


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