George C. Page Stadium is a baseball venue in Los Angeles, California, USA. It is home to the Loyola Marymount Lions baseball team of the NCAA's Division I West Coast Conference. Opened in 1983, it has a capacity of 1,200 spectators. The stadium is named for George C. Page, head of the Incentive Aid Foundation, which covered much of the venue's construction costs. Features of Page include a "Blue Monster" in left field, training areas, and reception facilities.In the stadium's first game, played on March 19, 1983, Loyola Marymount lost to Cal State Fullerton 5-1. As of 2011, the Lions' all-time record at Page Stadium was 471-352-4 (.572). Their best single-season mark came in 1988, when they had a 30-5 (.857) record.FeaturesOf the venue's 1,200 person capacity, 200 is theatre seating and 400 is metal bleachers with chairbacks. Standing room and a first-base side picnic area account for the remaining 600.The field's generic features include a press box and concession stands, and recent renovations have added more to the facility.Mikos Blue MonsterModeled after Fenway Park's Green Monster, the Mikos Blue Monster stands 37ft. high and 130ft. wide in left field. It contains an 18ft. by 46ft. manual scoreboard, also much like Fenway's. A gift by LMU alumnus Paul Mikos (Class of 1966) allowed the wall and scoreboard to be constructed in 2001.