Yale Field is a stadium in West Haven, Connecticut, just across the city line with New Haven, Connecticut. It is primarily used for the Yale University baseball team, the Bulldogs, and, until 2007 was also the home field of the New Haven County Cutters Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball minor league baseball team. Yale's baseball team has played continuously at the same site since 1885 while the field was constructed and opened in April 1928. It holds 5,000 people.
The New Haven County Cutters used the field from 2004 until they folded after the 2007 season. Yale Field was also the home of the New Haven Ravens during the franchise's time in the city from 1994 to 2003. It hosted the 1998 Double-A All-Star Game, and was the site of the Ravens' 2000 Eastern League championship. The team was sold and moved to Manchester, New Hampshire, where it became the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in 2004. The concourse underneath the stands is lined with the names of famous players who made appearances at the stadium. These include Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ted Williams, A. Bartlett Giamatti, and Yale first baseman and captain George H.W. Bush.