Dominican Complex Photo Gallery
Here's a wide-angle view of the lookout tower in the center of the cloverleaf design of the new Dominican complex.
A closer view of the lookout tower in the center of the complex.
Here's a view of one of the four playing fields, the first field on the left as you walk into the complex.
Here's the view of the first field immediately to the right.
The Yankees have adopted their same centerfield wall in Tampa in their Dominican complex.
Here's the right field angle of one of the fields, showing the covered batting cages between the fields in the distance.
The biggest difference between the Dominican complex and the Tampa complex is the main building. Having a resort kind of look to it, the Dominican complex can house as many as 80 players, hosting four sets of bunkbeds per unit with an eight-man capacity. The main building also has a recreation room with satellite television, a full-serve cafeteria, a weight room facility, training room with spa included, executive offices, and more.
Here's a wide-angle view of the main building from the top of the center tower at the complex.
Here's a closer look at the covered batting cages. With two cages shown here, the Yankees have another dual set on the other side of the complex.
A look from behind home plate of the first field on the left as you walk in.
Here's a look of the covered dugouts on each field.
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