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Andrews Field, formerly known as Westbran Stadium, is a baseball stadium located in the city of Brandon, Manitoba. Although the stadium is used solely for amateur baseball, it has received praise as one of the best baseball venues in Canada.
Westbran Stadium, as it was originally known, was constructed in 1987 at a cost of $1.3 million. Since its opening, the stadium has been hosted a number of provincial, national, and international tournaments, including two World Under-18 Championships, two Canadian Senior Championships, and the 1997 Canada Summer Games baseball tournament. During the 1997 Summer Games, a TSN broadcaster commented that Westbran Stadium was "as good as many Triple-A fields".
In 2007, the stadium was renamed Andrews Field in recognition of the late Neil Andrews, a long time volunteer and local baseball executive.
The stadium is currently home to Brandon's two senior baseball clubs, the Marlins and Cloverleafs.