The Pensacola Blue Wahoos, a Double AA Southern League affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, play at Admiral Fetterman Field, which was built in 2012 and seats 5,038. It is a multi-use stadium facing Pensacola Bay. This is the smallest stadium in the Southern League. Admiral Fetterman supported the creation of Community Maritime Park. He, also, supported the development of Pensacola Naval Air Museum. He retired from the Navy at Pensacola Naval Air Station in 1993. The Blue Yahoos were playing the Tennessee Smokies and won with a walk-off in the bottom of the 12th inning 7-6. The box score was Smokies R-6, H-12, E-2 and Blue Wahoos R-7, H-8, E-2. New rule for minor league teams starting in the 10th inning with a tie game the first batter for each team is placed on 2nd base with hopes that he will score and the game will not go into multiple extra innings. The field lines are RF-333', CF-400', and LF-342. There are no suites. There is a berm area in right and center fields. There were at least 13 scouts looking at the team members. They renamed the concourse food area this year. The mascot is Kazoo. There is a military mascot race as a between inning activity. Some boys tried to throw giant French fries into a huge What-A-Burger container. Attendance was 3,876. They have a large stuffed rally Blue Wahoo fish that fans toss around to get the Blue Wahoos to come from behind and win the game. There was a great sunset. Shed Long of the Blue Yahoos in 2019 was playing for the Seattle Mariners.
Attractions
There are several Forts in the area.
Historic Pensacola Village relates more than 450 years of Pensacola's history.

Naval Air Museum located on Pensacola Naval Air Station is outstanding and displays the many military aircraft that have been part of Naval aviation. Picture ID is required to enter the Air Station. Free.