Coca-Cola Field is an 18,000-seat minor league baseball park and served by the city’s Seneca (Metro Rail) Station. The baseball park opened in 1988 when it hosted its first baseball game with the Buffalo Bisons defeating the Denver Zephyrs. The stadium became the highest-capacity minor league baseball stadium in the United States when the Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha closed in 2011. The stadium was also the home of the Buffalo Nighthawks of the short-lived Ladies Professional Baseball League in 1998, when it was known as North Americare Park. Today the stadium is the home of the Buffalo Bisons, currently playing in the International League (IL) and is a Triple-A affiliate of the New York Mets.
Coca-Cola Field in Buffalo by Jsayre64
In January 2011, the Buffalo Bisons announced the construction on a new state of the art video screen. The high-definition LED video screen measures 80 feet by 33 feet (24 meters by 10 meters), three times larger than the previous video board. The stadium is also equipped with an energy efficient lighting system, using fewer bulbs and emitting more light. Coca-Cola Field offers lunch dining at the Pettibones Grille Restaurant, opening on Tuesday-Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The menu includes soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches, roast turkey, meatloaf, grilled sausages, and steak. On Wednesday, the restaurant offers a theme buffet from around the world including Italy, Greece, and Latin America.
Baseball game at Coca-Cola Field by Andre Carrotflower
Location: 275 Washington Street, Buffalo, NY 14203
Website:Bisons Minor League Baseball