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Pioneer Park, Greeneville

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Pioneer Park is a stadium on the campus of Tusculum University in Greeneville, Tennessee. It is primarily used for baseball as the home field for the college's baseball team, the Tusculum Pioneers. It was built in 2004, and holds 4,000 people. It is also home to the Greeneville Flyboys of the summer collegiate Appalachian League. It was previously home to the Greeneville Reds Minor League Baseball team of the then-Rookie Appalachian League from 2018 to 2020 and the Greeneville Astros from 2004 to 2017.
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  • We went to visit Pioneer Park to see the Greeneville Reds (Minor League affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds). It is a beautiful ball park! There were games in between innings for fans and a kid zone...  more »
  • The lines are ridiculously long, will Call was NOT will Call and parking was a disorganized mess. Not worth it.  more »
  • Pioneer Park is a shared-use ballpark. It is on the campus of Tusculum University and used by the Pioneers. During the summer it is home to the Appalachian League Greeneville Reds (developmental...  more »
  • I loved it. Tonight was the first night that I have there Can't wait to go back
  • Had a blast!! Great game and great fireworks 👍
  • We had a great time watching the season opener for the Greeneville Reds!
  • Seating was good there and the people where very helpful
  • Very hypocritical, highly questionable "security" was just as bad as the "fans" sitting next to us! I was informed in the 9th inning of the opening night Greeneville Reds game that fans beside us had complained of our 'loud yelling, and "offensive" attitude towards the opponent and the umpire' causing them to ask for a refund. Ironically enough, it was only when the 9th inning was being played, and our team was being demolished by the opponents that the complaining fans found us to be an issue. Due to our competitive nature, we were w few of only a handful of fans who were actually getting involved, making it known when the umpire continued to make terrible calls all game long. Apparently you can't voice your opinion respectfully when buying your own tickets with your hard-earned money, only when you're sitting front row due to your employer purchasing your tickets for you. If you've never been and plan on going, just make absolutely sure that it's a company paid expense, and that there are more of you than of the folks who spent their own hard earned money, or you too could very well end up being escorted from a game which you paid for, in the last inning. One thing is for certain; after being falsely complained upon for having a "bad attitude" in order for some freeloading "fan" to get free tickets to another game, I'll not be back to Tusculum College to watch another event of any kind.! These folks complained, literally just to get a refund and score themselves some free tickets, and security took their word and escorted me out for being one of a handful of people actually cheering/rooting on the only semi-pro baseball team in my hometown. This was an absolutely pathetic way to handle the situation, & I will not waste another trip to see a game which is played at that stadium!

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