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Hickory Crawdads / L.P. Frans Stadium, Hickory

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L.P. Frans Stadium is a stadium in Hickory, North Carolina. It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Hickory Crawdads minor league baseball team. The Catawba Valley Stars of the collegiate summer Great South League also use the stadium. It was built in 1993. It holds 5,062 people.LocationThe ballpark is located three miles from I-40 in Winkler Park, L.P. Frans Stadium was built on donated land in 1993 and named after the local Pepsi-Cola bottler who partially funded the stadium’s construction.ImprovementsImprovements made to the stadium after the 2013 season brought a brand new VIP section, The Picnic Pavilion, and three outdoor Party Patios. A completely renovated Crawdads Cafe, Suites, and concourse were also a part of the improvements.
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  • A hidden gem. Very nice staff that makes the experience fun for family, friends or business. Texas Rangers affiliate with very talented players.  more »
  • Nice ballpark and good atmosphere. Prices are not bad for a minor league baseball game. Something to do other than bowling or the movies from time to time.  more »
  • Enjoy America's favorite past time by bringing your dog to the ball park. This annual event sponsored by the Catawba County Humane Society gives you and your pet the opportunity to "Bark in the Park"....  more »