The Auburn Doubledays, a Short A affiliate of Toronto, play at Falcon Park which opened in 1995, seating 2,800. Tonight was Auburn Police Local 195 Community Night with all general admission tickets compliments of the Auburn Police. They had several old police cars parked outside the stadium. The first 2,000 fans received a free t-shirt. The Doubledays were playing the Batavia Muckdogs and beat them 7-3. The box score was Muckdogs R-3, H-3, E-5 and the Doubledays R-7, H-8, E-1. The Muckdogs shortstop had a bad night with 3 errors. The field lines are RF & LF-330' and CF-400'. A Sandlot Baseball team of Cayuga County sponsored by NUCOR Steel went on the field with the Doubledays before the game. This team of boys and girls are between 8 & 12 years old. The program had more lucky stamps(for fan prizes) in it than any other field that we have visited. It was a sell-out with standing room only with 2,643 fans attending. The mascot is Abner Doubleday. There is only one basic scoreboard, which doesn't have space for player names or statistics. The old-time player wind vane is on the corner of the covered area.
Attractions
Harriett Tubman Home features a 25-minute videotape about the life of the former slave who delivered more than 300 slaves from the Couth on the Underground Railroad and tour of the home for the aged built and run in her honor. Fee.

William H. Seward House was the home of the Secretary of State under Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. It is furnished with original family furnishings, clothing, and mementos of Seward's career. Fee.