Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, Oklahoma City

Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark opened in 1998 in downtown Oklahoma City's Bricktown Entertainment District, replacing All Sports Stadium. It is the home of the Oklahoma City Dodgers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers Major League Baseball team. The park has seating for up to 13,066 fans and currently utilizes a seating capacity of 9,000 for Dodgers games.The stadium frequently hosts the Big 12 Baseball Tournament. The first Big 12 tournament was held at All Sports Stadium in 1997 before moving to Bricktown in 1998. The tournament has been held at Bricktown every year since, except for 2002 and 2004, when it was contested at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, the home park of the Texas Rangers. It is also home to two games of the Bedlam Series, in which the Oklahoma Sooners face the Oklahoma State Cowboys.ConstructionOklahoma City voters approved a temporary one-cent sales tax increase in December 1993 to fund the Metropolitan Area Projects Plan (MAPS), the city's capital improvement program created to build and upgrade sports, recreation, entertainment, cultural and convention facilities. During the 66 months the sales tax was in effect, more than $309 million was collected.
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  • Looks like a great facility. We didn't get to see a game while we were in town but would like to come back and be there for one. Had great statues around the area that were larger than life!  more »
  • This is such a great place to hang around even if you do not go in to see a game. I have been to some game but not lately. it is a great atmosphere.  more »
  • Oh I wish the grounds were open to public so that I can actually see the ballpark live. Have never went to a baseball game and would never have a chance back in Malaysia. From outside, it's quite beau...  more »
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  • Bricktown Ballpark Looks like the Bricktown Ballpark doesn't need yet another 5-star review from me, but we had a great experience there last night and wanted to leave feedback. We had great seats on the third-base side, meaning the sun was behind us and we were in the shade, and the weather was perfect. My parents, my brother and our families went, and we had a great time. The Blue Crew people do a good job of keeping people entertained between innings, and we had a great time. The game was great; a homer, a pickoff at second, a couple of rundowns, and a play at the plate. Dodgers won, so that didn't hurt. The food selection is actually pretty good and only a little bit overpriced, not too bad. Something happened where a couple of my burgers took a very long time to make. The concessions guys were nice, but what I didn't realize was that there was some sort of ballpark manager/hospitality staff guy nearby. He ordered after me but got his food first, and he hung around. I didn't know why he was there, but he stayed around, and after I got my food finally and was walking back to my seat, he caught up with me and gave a really friendly and courteous apology for the delay and gave me a handful of Dodger Dollars that more than repaid me for my order. So that was an excellent experience on top of everything else. On Sundays kids can run the bases after the game (the line, which starts in Section 115, is really long though). There are also some carnival-style games and a playground in deep right field. One of the mascots seems to hang out behind the third base dugout during most of the game, so if you want to bring your kid to see him like we did, those are good seats to have. Parking over by Bass Pro is $10; not too bad. Traffic wasn't bad at all coming in or going out. Definitely recommend going at least once or twice per summer, it's a great park, they run the entertainment well, the food is pretty good, and ... it's Dodger baseball.
  • Great Ball Park especially for a minor league team. Family friendly. There is a small kids play area and of course plenty of room for the kids to run around. Prices for food are not too bad and they have a good variety to choose from.
  • Cool ballpark. Free WiFi is nice. Chesapeake needs to take the hint. Only complaint is tickets are rather expensive for minor league
  • Great ballpark! Finished in 1998 the park recently underwent an overhaul since being acquired by the Dodgers organization in 2015. Great seating options with a wide variety of food vendors guarantees something for everyone.
  • Cheap tickets. Great atmosphere. Fun time.

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To stay in the thick of tourist action, book a room at a hotel located in Oklahoma City's downtown area. Hotels in this part of town and the adjacent Bricktown neighborhood offer every comfort of home plus many extras, including 24-hour room service, indoor swimming pools, workout facilities, and on-site restaurants. Quiet neighborhoods just a short drive from downtown feature cozy bed and breakfasts and small motels that are less expensive. Many offer rooms with access to fully equipped kitchens and private outdoor spaces.
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