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Minor League Baseball fans will have a fantastic time taking in a Tennessee Smokies game at Smokies Stadium. Smokies Stadium presents an excellent baseball experience that anyone who loves baseball will enjoy as they’re chalked full of traditions and baseball history.

One of the best parts of a Smokies game is the raising of the W flag after every win. The tradition comes from the Smokies’ parent club the Chicago Cubs and is one of the most famous traditions in baseball making it a fun part of any Smokies game. Baseball fans, especially Cubs fans, will enjoy the W flag so stay after the game and take in this fun tradition.

If you’re a longtime Smokies fan, you’ll also love the seats from Meyer Stadium in right field. The seats do an excellent job of linking the current day Smokies to their past in Knoxville and are a must-see for any baseball fan taking in a game at Smokies Stadium.

Smokies games also offer plenty of entertainment for those of you who aren’t as into the game as well as kids. Smokies Stadium features several excellent places to grab a bite to eat including Calhoun’s at the Yard and the Smoky Mountain Brewery Bullpen. There is also lots of family entertainment including the team’s three mascots and Homer’s Playland ensuring that the kids won’t get restless during the game.

A Smokies game is an excellent entertainment option for anyone visiting the Knoxville area, so get your tickets to a Smokies game today.

Things to check out

W Flag

Since the Smokies became the Double-A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs in 2007, they have flown a W flag after every victory just like their parent club. Look for the W flag in the outfield after every Smokies win.

Meyer Stadium Seats

Take a seat in the Meyer Stadium seats in the outfield behind the right-field foul pole. The seats are a nice tribute to the Smokies history and their former home, so see them during your visit to Smokies Stadium.

Homer’s Playland

If you’re taking the kids to the game, then make sure to visit Homer’s Playland. Homer’s Playland is located down the right field line and features inflatables, skeeball, a playground, and more.

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Chicken Run

Kids ages five to twelve can take part in the Chicken Run at select Smokies games. The Chicken Run allows kids on the field to chase after Clucky Jacobson, so make your way to Section 118 an inning before the event to take part in the fun.


When attending a Friday or Saturday game, make sure to stick around for the fireworks after the game. Fans of all ages love the postgame fireworks show, so don’t miss it during your visit to Smokies Stadium.

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GoTeez Locker Room

Pick up a Smokies cap or t-shirt at the GoTeez Locker Room. Here you’ll find a wide selection of ballpark souvenirs making it an excellent place to pick up a keepsake from your trip.

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You won’t want to miss the Smokies’ mascots and their antics. Slugger, Diamond, and Homer get into all kinds of shenanigans at games, making them a must-see part of any game.

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Smoky Mountain Brewery Bullpen

Those of you looking to enjoy a meal at the ballpark will want to stop by the Smoky Mountain Brewery Bullpen. The full-service restaurant features food, drinks, tables, and a bar, so stop by and grab a bite during the game.

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Lone Seat

Check out the lone seat when taking in a game at Smokies Stadium. The lone seat is reserved for military personnel missing in action and is an excellent way to pay tribute to these individuals.

Calhoun’s at the Yard

Calhoun’s at the Yard is located in left field and is an excellent place to enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet while taking in a game. Here you’ll enjoy all-you-can-eat pork, chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, and more making the buffet well worth the price tag.

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