SRP Park in North Augusta (SC), the new home of the Augusta GreenJackets (Single-A, South Atlantic League), is the winner of BaseballParks.com’s award for the 2018 Ballpark of the Year. Read press release here. Read full ballpark review here. Mock compares the new 2018 parks here for USA Today Sports Weekly.
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Joe Mock from BaseballParks.com recently visited the new Impact Field, home of the first-year Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association). We provided a link to Mock’s initial photos right after the visit, and we are pleased to report that the full review has now been posted. Read full review and see photos here.
Joe Mock from BaseballParks.com visited the new Impact Field, home of the first-year Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association, over Memorial Day weekend. While we expect a full report soon from Mr. Mock, you can view a few photos here.
— Joe Mock (@baseballparks) May 27, 2018
Joe Mock of BaseballParks.com recently visited SRP Park, the new home of the Augusta GreenJackets (Single-A, South Atlantic League) in North Augusta (SC). Mock’s in-depth review checks in at 7,000 words with three-dozen photographs covering everything from ballpark design to fan amenities and concessions. Read more and view photos here.
In compiling information to draft articles for the USA TODAY Spring Training Preview, Joe Mock of BaseballParks.com partnered with data-mining firm ReviewTrackers to look at all 23 spring-training ballparks. Surprisingly, Ed Smith Stadium, the spring-training home of the Baltimore Orioles, came in at #1 for overall fan experience. Intrigued to dig deeper, Mock talked with baseball architect Janet Marie Smith, Orioles’ Executive VP John Angelos, Manager Buck Showalter, pitcher/broadcaster Jim Palmer, and designer David Schwartz. The complete rundown and interviews/quotes are available here.
Our friend Joe Mock from BaseballParks.com has provided a round-up of the biggest ballpark stories of the past 12 months in his annual “Ballpark Year in Pictures.” Indeed, it was a fascinating year in the world of baseball stadiums, and Joe does a wonderful job of looking back at the big stories that made news in 2017. Read more here.