The Augusta Greenjackets, a Single A South Atlantic League affiliate of The San Francisco Giants, play at SRP Park in North Augusta, SC. SRP Park was built in 2018 and seats 4,782. The Greenjackets were playing the Rome Braves and won 3-2 in the bottom of the 10th inning. The first batter was placed on 2nd base at the start of the ottom of the inning and was able to get him across for a score. The box score was Braves R-2, H-9, E-1 and Greenjackets R-3, H-11, E-0. The Greenjackets first run scored on a balk. Rome scored 2 on a home run. The field lines are RF-318', CF-343' (which is very short), LF330'. There is a berm at the end of the 3rd base seating. You can walk around the park. Parking is $5 with a large cart to shuttle you to the stadium. There is changing advertising on the outfield wall on a simulated manual scoreboard in left field. Auggie is the Mascot. The umpires were keeping track of mound visits. In between inning activities were a baby crawling race to its father, toilet paper throw into a simulated toilet bowl worn by a contestant, and red neck ring toss with toilet beats. Attendance was 3,393 on a very warm Father's Day.
Attractions
Historic Cotton Exchange Welcome Center was built in 1886 as a center for cotton brokerage. It became one of the largest cotton markets in the world. Today the restored building houses an art exhibit and exhibits relating to the growing and marketing of cotton.

Augusta Canal Discovery Center which is housed in a renovated 19th-century cotton mill describes the canal's 170-year history through interactive exhibits and displays of working mill machinery. Fee.