The large outfield plays to the Pirate hitters advantage with large gaps and plenty of green grass for hitters to drive singles, doubles and triples around the field. Prevailing ocean breezes blow toward right-center field helping Pirate hitters drive baseball for extra base hits and home runs earning scholarships to the four-year level or making the jump to the professional ranks. All the while, the large outfield dimensions provide pitchers with the ability to pitch with the comfort level knowing park allows for the Pirate outfielders to run down fly balls and help develop the Pirate pitchers before they head to the four-year or professional ranks.
The picturesque setting of the Pirate Baseball Complex is displayed on a frequent basis as position players look out to view the Channel Islands, Pacific Ocean and the surrounding city of Ventura, with plenty of palm trees in view. Hitters and fans are provided with views of the foothills and green landscape throughout the games. Just off into the left field foul territory is the iconic Two Trees of Ventura. The temperature range for most Pirate home games sits in the 65-75 degree range with the coastal fog rolling in late during the Pirate home weekday games.
Pirate Park is complete with two home bullpen mounds, two visitor bullpen mounds, two tunnel batting cages and a tee and soft toss hitting area just behind the visitors stands. Fans can sit inside three enclosed bleacher setting areas with views from the first base side, third base side and directly behind home plate, as well plenty of standing room along both bases lines. There is a press box directly behind home plate, a full nine-inning scoreboard behind right field, and fully functioning snack bar on the first base side.