Eric and Wendy Pastore from DigitalBallparks.com recently visited Coca-Cola Field, home of the Buffalo Bisons (Triple-A, International League). Read more and view photo gallery here.
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A recently-published column recommends the Buffalo Bisons (Triple-A, International League), upon the conclusion of its current stadium naming rights agreement, rebrand the downtown ballpark in honor of one of its legendary players. Read more here.
Get ready for a new name to adorn the home of the Buffalo Bisons (Triple-A, International League) after this season. The Coca-Cola Bottling Company is not renewing its naming rights deal on Coca-Cola Field and the city will be putting the name up for bid to determine the park’s fifth moniker since it opened in 1988. Read more here.
Phase 2 of the Coca-Cola Field Seating Project represents the installation of nearly 2,900 new, wider seats in the lower half of Sections 115, 117 and 119 on the 3B side of the ballpark and Sections 116, 118, 120 and 122 on the 1B side. For the 2017, Coca-Cola Field will now have a new overall capacity of 16,907 for Buffalo Bisons (Triple-A, International League) home games. Read more here.
MiLB.com reporter Benjamin Hill recently visited Coca-Cola Field, home of the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League). Read more and view photos here.
The Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League) made a “major announcement” Friday that a big section of 3,700 seats are going to be replaced at Coca-Cola Field, but that was just a prelude to the major improvements coming to the 27-year-old stadium, which may result in a reduction in seating capacity. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Buffalo Bisons and the City of Buffalo today announced that the best seat for family and sports entertainment each summer in Western New York will continue to be at Buffalo Bisons games at Coca-Cola Field. Continue reading
As the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League) and Kansas City-based architectural firm Populous begin to develop a plan for major upgrades to Coca-Cola Field, one columnist is calling for the seating capacity to be reduced from 18,000 to 12,000 to deal with the stadium’s intimacy problem. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The sights and sounds of Buffalo Bisons baseball will fill Coca-Cola Field in just 10 days with Opening Day set for Thursday, April 3 against the Rochester Red Wings (2:05 p.m.). And with the announcement of ‘What’s New’ at the ballpark this season, the Bisons Fan Experience will reach fantastic new levels of entertainment and value in 2014. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – On Saturday, September 21 (4-8pm), beer drinkers from throughout Western New York will once again gather at Coca-Cola Field to sample more than 160 craft beers at the 4th Annual Ballpark BrewBash, presented by Consumer’s Beverages. In 2013, activity proceeds of this fan-favorite event will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of WNY. Continue reading
As the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League) celebrate their 25th anniversary downtown, BuffaloNews.com sports reporter Mike Harrington takes a look at the top 25 unforgettable personalities of the Coca-Cola Field era. Read more here
As the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League) hosted the 25th Annual Triple-A All-Star Game between the International League and Pacific Coast League Wednesday night, Josh Leventhal from Baseball America calls Buffalo the “birthplace of the modern ballpark.” Pilot Field, now known as Coca-Cola Field, opened 25 years ago in 1988. Read more here.
The Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League) will begin celebrating Coca-Cola Field‘s 25th anniversary, when the Herd take the field for their home opener on April 11. In recognition of this important milestone, the stadium will also be hosting the Triple-A All-Star Game (International League vs. Pacific Coast League) on July 11. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
Funds are currently being raised to erect a nifty six-foot memorial statue outside Coca-Cola Field, home of the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League), of the late Mayor James D. Griffin throwing out a first pitch. The four-term chief executive was instrumental in getting the stadium built more than two decades ago. Read more here. View rendering here. Thanks to John Cerone for the story.
Baseball Pilgrimages visits Coca-Cola Field, home of the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons (International League). Read more and view photos here.