The Columbus Clippers, a Cleveland Indians AAA affiliate, play at Huntington Park, built in 2009 and seating 10,100. The field is at the edge of the downtown area and buildings around it are still under renovation. The main entrance is in CF. There are bleaching in LF and grass seating in LC. You can't stand behind homeplate on the concourse and watch the game. It has an excellent video board with lots of information if you watch it as it changes. In LF a video board rotates Major League and International League scores. AAA and AA games have the pitcher on a 20 second clock to deliver the pitch to try to spead up the game. The Clippers were playing the Toledo Mud Hens and they beat them 13 to 5. The box score was Mud Hens R-5, H-10, E-2 and Clippers R-13, H-13, E-0. The field lines are RF-318', RC-365', CF-605-406', LC-365', and LF-325'. Clippers San had a 2 run HR to the back of the grass berm. The Clippers scored 5 Hrs. The Clippers and and Big Lots earlier in the year had Columbus fans nominate military members past and present as HomeTown Heros. They made trading card sets of these men and women and Clippers players. The trading cards were passed out at the game and before the game started the individuals were introduced on the 1st baseline. Members of the Army Golden Knights parachuted onto the field before the game. Members of the Ohio Army National Guard played the Star Spangled Banner. The Ohio Air National Guard provided the Color Guard. Beyond the seating in LF is a new building that has additional seating, the team store--Clippers Cargo Store, and food concessions. Distances to different places on the building are marked, 437', 438', and 480' behind the bleachers on the third level. The mascots are Krash and Lou Seal. They have a Hot Dog race that starts on the video board and ends on the field. You can watch the game from the street in RF, but you can't walk around the outfield. 2021--affiliated with Cleveland Indians, AAA team playing in East League, Mid-West Division.
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