History

The Buffalo Bisons play their home games at the 16,907-seat Coca-Cola Field. Coca-Cola Field opened in 1988 and cost $56 million to build. The ballpark also holds the distinction of being the first retro-classic ballpark designed by HOK Sport. Coca-Cola Field is 325 ft to left field, 404 ft to center field, and 325 ft to right field.

Since opening, Coca-Cola Field has undergone several renovations. In 2011, the third largest HD LED video board in Minor League baseball and a new lighting system were installed at the stadium. A few years later, the stadium received a new sound system and LED message board system. Most recently, Coca-Cola Field underwent a seating renovation from 2015 to 2016 that reduced the stadium’s capacity from 18,025 to 16,907.

In addition to hosting Buffalo Bisons games, Coca-Cola Field also was the home of the Ladies Professional Baseball League’s Buffalo Nighthawks and is the home of the annual National Buffalo Wings Festival. The venue also hosted the 2012 Triple-A All-Star Game.

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