When you look at all of the parks around this country, you notice that they are normally cut of similar molds and styles. Minor league parks are more cookie-cut then those in the Bigs. It is hard to find a park that is nice and open, yet big enough for Triple-A teams to play. Huntington Park does this well, and it incorporates everything you expect from a park into one package.
A look at the Mini Green Monster, the deep-right wall of the park. Photo Credit: Robert M. Barga.
Everything at Huntington Park is carefully planned, and well received. From the cost and selection of food, to the pricing of the tickets, everything is affordable. From the suites, to the holes in the fence, everybody can see everything. From the statue of Cooper, to the pieces of 100-year-old gloves and bats that line the walls, it is clear that history matters. Huntington Park took everything that we have come to expect, and everything that we forgot we needed, and put them into one place. I truly believe that this park is one of the best minor league parks in the country, and it certainly is the best ballpark, of any level, in Ohio.