955 East Trafficway
Stadium Opened: 2004
Dimensions: LF- 315 ft. CF- 400 ft. RF-330 ft.
Surface: Natural Grass
Former Names of Ballpark: None
- Lot across the street and also a parking garage nearby. Parking was $7.
Hot Dogs $2.75, small soda $2.00, value meals, BBQ food, Dominos Pizza, frozen lemonade, ice cream, chicken fingers, and funnel cake
areas in left field and centerfield. Although, I felt there was a little bit of a design flaw here. In order to get from the main concourse out to the berm, you have to go down a flight of stairs, and then walk right through a kids basketball court
(no idea how that fits into baseball).
Concession Stands are open to the field.
dark green seats with cupholders
2 Berm areas
The building beyond the right field wall is an indoor training facility which contains batting cages.
There are 28 luxury boxes
Hammons Field is a beautiful park and a nice place to watch a game. It does not have a unique backdrop, so I am afraid this park will become forgettable over time. It looks too similar to other minor league parks for it to really stick out in my mind. For the most part, the fans at Hammons Field are focused on baseball and are loyal, dedicated fans.
Recognition of Team's History and/or MLB Affiliate:
- Retired numbers on press box
Review is based on my visit on 4/9/09.