The Columbus Clippers, a Triple A affiliate of the New York Yankees, play at Cooper Stadium. The Clippers have been affiliated with New York for 25 years. Franklin County Stadium was built in 1977, seating 10,100. It was renovated and re-dedicated in August 1984 as Cooper Stadium in honor of former Franklin County Commissioner Harold M. Cooper who was instrumental in the renovation of the facility. This older facility has 10 rows of new plastic seats below the aisle, 29 rows of under cover old aluminum seats above the aisle, a large bleachers without backs section down the 3rd base line, and suites that are on top of the roof. The concession areas are underneath the seating area. The souvenir shop at the end of the concession areas on the 3rd base side has autographed items from current and old-time players. Adjacent to the stadium on the 1st base side are two covered picnic areas, the souvenir shop, and a concession area. In left field beyond the fence is a private party area. The Clippers were playing the Toledo Mudhens and coming from behind with 8 runs in the 8th inning won the game 8-4. The box score was Mudhens R-4, H-9, E-2 and Clippers R-8, H-9, E-0. The field lines are RF-330', RC-365', CF-400', LC-385', and LF-355' Louseal is the mascot. Attendance was 5,843 with many coming in just as the game started. The video board is new with very clear graphics. Most of the stadium is very acceptable General Admission. If you arrive early you can get really good seats. 2009 affiliated with the Cleveland Indians. New Logo 2009. 2014 Huntington Park.
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