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Jay Littleton Ballpark

Exterior of Jay Littleton Ballpark

The seating bowl, as seen from down the third-base line.

Fans view the lush green field from behind a thick screen.

Quick Facts:

  • Location: 4th and Grove, Ontario, Calif.
  • Opened: 1927 as Ontario Ball Park (stadium built 1937)
  • Alternate names: Jay Littleton Ball Park (1998)
  • Home team: Ontario Orioles, Sunset League (1947)
  • Capacity: 1,250 (approx.)

Located in John Galvin Park, about two miles from Ontario International Airport, Jay Littleton Ball Park is a hidden gem.

They started playing ball here over 80 years ago, and by 1937 a wooden grandstand was completed which stands to this day. Surprisingly, professional baseball only visited here for one season, 1947, with the Ontario Orioles.

The park, officially dedicated to Joe (Jay) Littleton in 1998, is maintained expertly by the City of Ontario. Its well-preserved condition has enticed many a film crew to make the 50-mile trip east from Hollywood on I-10 to utilize the facility. Most notably, scenes from the movie Eight Men Out were shot here. The site has also seen use by numerous crews shooting commercials.

This is no slouch of a ball park, either. Foul territory is quite expansive, and the distance from the plate to the center-field wall, 402 feet, makes it seven feet deeper than Dodger Staduim

Game Schedule

September 29/30,2018

9:00 Bombers 2023/2024 vs TBD
8:00 Bombers 2021 White vs So Cal Elite
10:45 Bombers 2019 Red vs Black Dogs
12:55 Bombers 2019 Red vs JG
3:00 Black Dogs vs Nighhawks
5:15 JG vs Nighhawks

Jay Littleton Ballpark
  • Jay Littleton Ballpark (JLB) E 4TH ST and N Grove Ave Ontario, CA