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so convenient to the Ripkin experience
Dec 09, 2014 by: shaynashayna from nj
There were several games there while our boys were in a tournament--we went as a team to watch the game and everyone truly enjoyed the evenings. The stadium is very clean, views, and food are above average. A great baseball experience.
A Great Place for Watching Minor League Baseball
Nov 19, 2014 by: Bruce W from Aberdeen, Maryland
Ripken Stadium is a great place for watching minor league baseball. I tend to prefer watching minor league baseball as the games tend to be exciting because the players are trying to work up to major leagues and put out everything they have. Ripken stadium is a compact. open stadium with good views from everywhere. Even the typical "nosebleed" seats are close to the field with great views. You can even see the action on the field when standing in line at a food concession. There are also special areas/events such as dining behind home plate, the crab pavilion, kid's playground, and more. Parking is close and free. "The Hanger" has a huge selection of Ironbird souvenirs at reasonable prices. The stadium is easy to get into and out of and located right along I-95. It is a fun and relatively inexpensive place to take family and friends to watch some great minor league baseball on a summer night.
Great Place to Play Baseball.
Oct 29, 2014 by: hearme23 from Richmond, Virginia
Loved the Ripken stadium. All the kids enjoyed playing on the different fields. Plenty of batting cages and fields to practice/warm up on. A few suggestions: More bathroom facilities. Had to continue to walk to the stadium to use the bathrooms because the port-of-potties were disgusting. I feel there is enough money made to have more "bathrooms" and not so many port-of-potties. Maybe build a small playground on the complex so younger sibling will have somewhere to play. The concessions stands, of course, was extremely overpriced. For the price paid to play, there should be some relief at the concessions stands. Both of my boys played here in October (different weekends) and both got a chance to play in the stadium which they say felt like you were on a real MLB field. Wished every team was able to play in the stadium to experience that. There was a charging station which was an extra plus.
Fun night watching baseball
Sep 17, 2014 by: Vinnygret from Baltimore, Maryland
Ripken stadium is a wonderful place to watch baseball. In my opinion, the seats are very comfortable and feature drink holders on the backs of the row in front of you. I couldn't give the ball park a rating of 5 because the food and drink prices are just too too high. I expect to be overcharged a little, but $3 for a small cotton candy? That is blatant theivery, to me. The mascots and the personalities provide a lot of fun - they get the spectators involved in various games and they also fire t-shirts into the crowd. I say, plan your night out for when fireworks or a giveaway is scheduled. If you come on a giveaway night, but sure to be there EARLY as the premiums are generally limited.
Extremely small seats
Sep 13, 2014 by: cclough from Belcamp, Maryland
The most uncomfortable seats. There is no leg room. If someone has to leave their seats everyone has to move out of the aisle. We left early because of being so cramp that we couldn't enjoy the game and we never went back.
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