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Clipper Magazine Stadium, Lancaster

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Clipper Magazine Stadium is a 6,000-seat baseball park in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Its first regular season baseball game occurred on May 11, 2005, in which the Lancaster Barnstormers lost to the Atlantic City Surf, 4-3. The ballpark also hosts the New Era Tournament for midget baseball and the Lancaster-Lebanon League high school baseball championship, and was the site of the 2008 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference baseball championship. In October 2008, the venue hosted vice-presidential nominee, Sarah Palin, for the Road to Victory rally during the 2008 United States presidential election. Clipper Magazine Stadium was honored as the "Ballpark of the Year" by the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball following the end of its 2013 regular season. The award commemorated Barnstormers' staff for their excellence in groundskeeping and stadium operations.Clipper Magazine Stadium also serves as the corporate headquarters for the Atlantic League. The ballpark is named for Clipper Magazine, a local periodical company, which purchased the naming rights for $2.5 million over ten years. This agreement was extended in 2013 through the 2019 season.
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  • We enjoyed our visit to Clipper Stadium. It is small and all of the seats close enough for a good view (I think the most expensive was $13). There are also lawn seats available for only $5 dollars eac...  more »
  • I'm not even a sports fan - but this is a great family outing! Fun activities for kids and great ballpark and local favorites for food.  more »
  • Nice ballpark. Easy to get to, something for everyone. Appreciate the play ground for the kids. Love to sit on the grass.  more »
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  • Nice stadium. Granted I haven't been to many stadiums so perhaps I'm not the best source. This rating is based on my experience only, not on objective details that stadiums are typically judged by. Expensive food, as you would expect at any larger outing. Great experience nonetheless. Its a great place to go and simply enjoy the people around you, especially if you don't like the game (as myself)
  • Baseball is great, fun between innings and more! Concessions way way way over-priced and of average quality compared even to other venues like this one. No wonder the stadium is often 2/3 empty these days.
  • Great clean facility. First time here. Really disappointed with the cost of food and drinks. I don't understand why stadiums have to charge so much for okay food. $10 for drink, fries, and cheeseburger, then $7.50 for pretzel and drink.
  • Clean stadium; friendly staff. The expense for things is ridiculous though. Single mom trying to give her kids experiences & share my loves in life and it kills the bank. Try to think about the little people too.
  • Great atmosphere & community based ballpark. Concession prices are not reasonable.