Fifth Third Field, Dayton, Ohio

220 N Patterson Blvd, Dayton, OH 45402

Dayton Dragons: http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/index.jsp?sid=t459

from Texas141

Fifth Third Field in Dayton is home to the Dayton Dragons. The field is known for having the highest single season attendance record in Minor League Baseball Class-A and the most consecutive sold out games of any professional team. This does make getting a ticket to the field hard at times, but it does help with keeping the field active and full of life. The stadium has 7,230 stadium-style seats in the stadium, 29 luxury suites and one press box on the Club Level of stadium, 3 Party Decks, and a lawn. Lawn seats are available most games and help to increase the average ticket sales to 8,388.  The stadium was built in 2000.

Fifth Third Field has many amenities that make going to a game exciting from Skyline Chili to Graeter’s Ice Cream. The games also have many promotions and special events. What make Fifth Third Field good among other fields is not it size or attendance rates, but the amount of fun that is to be had. There are always a number of special events during a game and mascots dancing. These events, usually between innings are sometimes the highlight of the night. With standards like weird signing groups to wacky races, or special events like the honoring of a local person or group, there seems to be something to keep the night moving.

If you are a fan of the Dayton Dragons the field is the best place for you to go to see a game. If you do not follow baseball or the Dayton Dragons, don’t worry, that is not need as a requirement to have fun at Fifth Third Field.

Fifth Third Field is also available to host an event, has concerts, and other non-baseball events.

Tip: Be on the lookout for Roofman. He lives on the roof and will return the foul balls hit there.

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