Newbridge Bank Park, Greensboro

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Yadkin Bank Park is a minor league baseball park opened in Spring 2005 by the Greensboro Grasshoppers, the Class A affiliate of the Miami Marlins, of the South Atlantic League. The park is on the block bounded by Bellemeade, Edgeworth, Smith, and Eugene Streets in downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, United States.The stadium's current capacity is 7,499, 5,300 of which are chair-back seats. The stadium was built to Class AA standards and has room for future expansion. In 2011, the Grasshoppers had the second best average attendance record in the South Atlantic League and the highest total attendance in the league.HistoryThe team moved here during winter 2004–2005, leaving their previous home of many decades, World War Memorial Stadium. Lindsay Street, which once cut through the property of the new park, now T's into Eugene, and also provides a direct path to the old stadium. Greensboro's downtown stadium opened its gates to a crowd of 8,540 on April 3, 2005, with a Grasshoppers exhibition game against the Florida Marlins. In the first regular season game, the Grasshoppers defeated the Hickory Crawdads 3–2 in front of 8,017 fans. This state-of-the-art facility features a 30-foot-wide, open-air concourse, 36 concession points of sale, the Go Triad grandstand outdoor sports bar, a kid-safe play park and numerous amenities.
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  • We had a wonderful time going to The Greensboro Grasshopper's Game ! An excellent ballpark with modest prices and fun activities ! Competitive baseball as well ! Right in the center of town with easy ...  more »
  • I've been twice this year and had a good time. One time it rained and the next time was hot. If it rains they try to wait it out and play dance music and the staff dances in the concourse. In the heat...  more »
  • A great minor league park to visit. To be clear, the prices are higher than what you'll find at the local grocery store. However, considerably more reasonable than a major league park and most other a...  more »
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  • Great baseball, clean stadium, and the concession stands have a wide variety of goods to enjoy while you watch the Hoppers bring in a win. Careful though the Pretzels have an alarming amount of salt. The funnel fries are slap your momma good though.
  • It is cool to take in a game. Very nice playground if you have a toddler. Every time I go to a game (which is about twice a year) the concession stand run out of food!😒
  • Park is well maintained and clean. Staff is friendly. Construction around the park can make parking and walking in trickier than it would normally be. Playground for the kids was appreciated.
  • Not a bad seat in the house . Great family time with breaking the bank of going to a MLB game ticket price wise. Parking was cheap as well. The only down side was the price of the consession stands. Other wise a good family time.
  • Lots of fun and they really get the fans involved in with activities...can't wait to check out another game.

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