The Rochester Red Wings, a Triple A affiliate of Minnesota, play at Frontier Field. This is a nice stadium, built in 1997, seating 10,840, to watch baseball. It has all seats and a wide food concourse in the area under the seating. There is an activity area for children and a group picnic area in right field. The Red Wings were playing the Indianpolis Indians and were successful winning 5-4. The box score was Indians R-4, H-5, E-0 and Red Wings R-5, H-11, E-0. The field lines are RF-322', RC-385', CF-402', LC-390', and LF-335'. This was a quick game ending after only 2 hours and 9 minutes. The huge American flag hanging above the entrance to the stadium was done by children from the Boys and Girls Club. The children were given a piece of red or white cloth and painted on it what freedom means to them. The pieces of cloth were then attached to the red and white stripes on the flag. This stadium has the best variety of food that we have seen at a Triple A ballpark. It is better than some major league league parks we have seen. There were so many items available that some do not show up in the Food Costs sections. Prices were very affordable. The mascots are Spikes and, new this year, a girl mascot who has yet to be named. A couple of between inning activities had two boys dressing in adult baseball uniforms, picking up a bag of groceries and running a race. The second activity was the turf toss where a man, sitting on the dugout, had to throw large green beanbags into the trailer towed by a lawn tractor. There were 6,791 fan at the game played on a comfortable evening. The McAllisters Law Office sponsored girls softball team went on the field with the Red Wings. The girls, ages 10-13, are members of the Wayland Youth Softball League located about one hour south of Rochester. For a charity art project, artists decorated horses in different ways. One was covered with baseball mitts. Several Red Wings fans bought "Horsehide" for Frontier Field. We would like to thank Joe Ferrigno, Director of Ticket Operations, for the great complimentary tickets and food. We sat on the first base side even with homeplate and five rows back from the field and on-deck circle. If you travel to Rochester the second week of July be sure to book your accommodations in advance as we almost didn't find a room. There are a couple of activities going on in the area that fill the accommodations throughout the area.
Attractions
George Eastman House - home of the founder of Eastman Kodak Co., has been restored to its early 1900s appearance. Fee.

Susan B. Anthony House - was the home of the well-known civil rights leader during the most politically active period of her life. Fee.