1. Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame

Baseball fans will love the Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame. The Greater Akron Baseball Hall of Fame celebrates baseball in the Akron area and honors all of the best players and teams from the area making it a must-see.

2. Championship Banners

Make sure to stop by and check out the RubberDucks championship banners in right field. The banners celebrate the eight league titles including the team’s recent 2016 championship.

3. Tiki Terrace

Those of you looking to entertain a large group will enjoy the Tiki Terrace. The Tiki Terrace offers rail seating, cocktail table seating, a bandstand, and a picnic buffet making it an excellent place to take in a RubberDucks game.

4. Diamond Boardwalk

Walk the Diamond Boardwalk before the game. The Diamond Boardwalk takes you to the canal behind the stadium and is a fun thing to see before the game. Just make sure to get back to the park before the game starts as the gate to the boardwalk closes before first pitch.

5. All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Style Picnics

The RubberDucks offer All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Style Picnics that include hamburgers, hot dogs, barbecue pulled pork, potato salad, and much more. If you’re looking to eat at the ballpark, then there are few better deals than the All-You-Can-Eat Buffet Style Picnic.

6. POW/MIA Seat

At each game, the RubberDucks leave one seat empty on the first base side for POWs. The seat is a nice gesture and a great way to remind people about POWs.

7. The Game Grill + Bar

If you want to enjoy a full restaurant experience inside the ballpark, then you can’t beat The Game Grill + Bar. The Game Grill + Bar offers a large range of appetizers, gourmet burgers, and a wide selection of entries. You’ll have an excellent time at The Game Grill + Bar, so stop by before or during the game for a bite to eat.

8. Webster, Orbit, and Homer

The RubberDucks have not one but three mascots. Webster is a duck, Orbit is a cat, and Homer is an inflatable pigeon. All three mascots get into wacky antics throughout the game, so keep an eye out for him during your visit to Canal Park.

9. Canal Park Tours

Take a tour of Canal Park to learn about what goes on behind the scenes. Tours take you to the Rubberducks clubhouse, the press box, on-deck circle, and a lot of other cool places, although on game days some places may be off-limits.

10. Autographs

Grab an autograph from your favorite RubberDuck before or after the game. Fans are welcome to get autographs from their favorite players as long as they aren’t interfering with someone else, so take advantage of this opportunity to meet future major league stars.

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