History

Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio opened in 2009 to replace Cooper Stadium as the home of the Columbus Clippers. The $70 million stadium seats 10,100 and is 325 ft down the left field line, 400 ft to dead center, and 318 ft down the right-field line.

Huntington Park features 32 luxury suites, 42 loge boxes, and 650 club seats. The stadium is also home to a 110-foot bar and open-air rooftop bleachers in left field.

In addition to hosting Columbus Clippers games, Huntington Park was also the site of 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012 Big Ten Conference Baseball Tournaments. The ballpark also hosts the OHSAA High School Baseball championship games each year. Outside of baseball, Huntington Park has hosted numerous concerts featuring acts such as The Dave Matthews Band and REO Speedwagon.

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