DODD STADIUM’S AMENITIES TREAT FANS LIKE FRIENDS
Perhaps you’ve attended a professional sporting event, scanned the field or arena and wrinkled your nose at all those rich people in the skyboxes.
Eating fancy food, sipping the euphoric nectar… snooty… overprivileged…
And now the rest of us have a chance to join them.
All it takes is a trip to Dodd Stadium to watch the Connecticut Tigers, the Class A minor league baseball affiliate of the Detroit Tigers.
The Tigers open the skybox behind home plate to all fans for every game. The “Yard Bar & Grill” offers all the benefits of a typical skybox – great views, better food and beverages – without it costing the equivalent of the gross national product of Venezuela.
That’s right. For a $20 ticket, the Tigers offer the high life. There are indoor and outdoor seating options, a full bar and alternative food options, just in case there’s no appetite for a hot dog and a beer.
It’s one of the many amenities at the local ballpark, suddenly 17 years old. It was April of 1995 when the place opened to the Class AA affiliate of the Yankees.
It’s been the scene of so much fun on so many nights. There has been
TEAMS LINE THE BASELINES FOR THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AT DODD STADIUM IN NORWICH.