There was no game the week we were there but we did get to visit the Team Store. The history of the park is heartwarming.
One of my "Bucket List" goals is to visit every AA baseball field. I should have started years ago, since even A and AA parks charge nearly MLB prices, especially in the concession stands. That being said, it is a nice little park. Just wished we had sat on the third base side as the evening sun blinded us through... More
A very nice and modern stadium. Food and drinks prices were about average. Ticket prices were average around $7 to $8. We had a good time although the lookouts lost. The fireworks after the game were very good but they didn't turn the lights back on and made it difficult to leave in the dark.
We really enjoyed the location of this ballpark in the heart of the city. We stayed at a hotel on the riverfront and walked to the park. We were disappointed that the gift shop was not open before the park opened. Most ballparks open the shop ahead of time so you can make purchases before the gates open. Food choices... More
This is a great place to watch a baseball game! It is located downtown and within walking distance of hotels and restaurants. There are no bad seats in the stadium!
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