I’ve been coming here since I was a young boy. I’m 60 now and this place hasn’t lost its magic. I’m so thankful with other parks being knocked down that this parked has remained largely original with only modifications adding extra/modern seating. The history here makes you feel like your in a living museum. I can’t describe it. Knowing the most famous ball players of all time have played on the field in front of you.
The seat service was very good with a lot of variety from mobile vendors. The bathrooms were more than accommodating enough for the large crowd. It’s not cheap here by no means. Five beers at our seats were $55.00. One sausage pepper & onion is $8.00. Bring plenty of cash & try to eat a full meal before you enter the park.
The seating is tight here. We sat in box seats behind home plate. These are very close quarters, side to side and in front & behind. It’s tight. A big negative for me. The entrance was also mass chaos trying to get through the security checkpoint. No real direction or organization. Hundreds of people converging in a bottle neck. Not how I remember it here.
I still give it five stars for being one of the most historical parks in baseball.
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