NBT Bank Stadium, Syracuse

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NBT Bank Stadium is a publicly owned, 11,071-seat, minor league baseball stadium in Syracuse, New York. It is home stadium for the Syracuse Chiefs Triple-A baseball team of the International League. The stadium, owned and at times operated by Onondaga County, opened on April 10, 1997, replacing the aging MacArthur Stadium which had served as home to Syracuse's professional baseball teams since 1934.
The stadium is home to the Syracuse Chiefs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals. The field's outfield dimensions are 330ft to left field, 400ft to center field, and 330ft to right field.
The stadium has an official seating capacity of 11,071 people. In addition to regular seating, the stadium also offers luxury suites and a banquet room. The luxury suites are available in three different sized configurations and all include indoor and outdoor seating options as well as optional stadium-provided catering. The stadium's banquet room is named after Hank Sauer, who played with the Chiefs in the 1940s prior to going on to excel in the Major Leagues and eventually have his number retired by the Chiefs. The room is near the right field foul pole and is available to rent year-round.
Seating is broken down into the following: 280 in the 20 luxury suites, 3,000 in the 300 (upper) level, and 7,791 in the lower level.
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  • Syracuse offers a Big League atmosphere at a Triple A price. Major upgrades are also on the way for 2020 and 2021. Plenty of parking, easy access from the NY State Thruway and Route 81. The...  more »
  • Great baseball... look for dollar thurs. 1.00 hot dogs beer ... Post events include fire works etc... family fun in nice weather  more »
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  • Love seeing lots of people here for the game. Concession stands can have long lines but you can tell they do their best to be as quick as possible. On $1 Thursday they can only cook so many dogs at a time. Then people get 5 or more so they go quickly. Stadium is kept very well maintained. Definitely a great way to spend an evening when there's a home game
  • Had a great time at the baseball game with my son, who is 4. Bouncy house, ball games, connect 4 for him. Plus it was 1$ night for hotdogs, drinks and beer (for others). Everyone is helpful and we never have issues. The fireworks we're amazing and my son loved them!

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