Going to a baseball game at night reminds me of a work I saw at the Chazen Museum of Art's recent exhibit of New Deal paintings. The Duck Pond is somewhat larger than the field pictured here, but other than that the two are reasonably similar. A Mallards game definitely captures the small-town atmosphere on display in this painting in a way that a major league game can't.
Morris Kantor (1896-1974)
Baseball at Night, 1934
Oil on linen
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington