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All reviews between innings baseball game great night ball park nice ballpark team store sign autographs prices are very reasonable special events across the street lots of fun stadium players field entertainment seats tickets
I think it is very relaxing and enjoyable to go to a Crosscutter game. They play some fun games in between innings and you can win some nice prizes. The players are friendly and will sign autographs. Just a nice night out in the good...More
Because of how small it is, the capacity is 2500. I loved the feel of the stadium and the crowd even though how small it was. I loved how it felt like we were sitting on the field with how low the seats were. The...More
Williamsport Crosscutters baseball is a great time of fun and entertainment. The players are young, but play like pros; the games and contests are fun, the promotions benefit the people (like collecting unused medications); and the food is really good! Overall attending a game is...More
The improvements they recently made somehow turned a great park in to an even better park. How was that possible? Every seat is fantastic! Up close and personal opportunities with the players. Extras...such as picnic choices and specialty seats...are a nice touch. The only downside...More
We went to a Crosscutters game as a last minute thing to do while in town. We got $10 Dugout deck tickets which gave us a front seat along the third baseline. It was perfect since it put us right next to a concession stand...More
Easy to locate. No charge for parking. You can park in the field outside the stadium or in the field across the street. Some haphazard parking may take place on a busy game day. This was our first time here and a nice person walking...More
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No, there is generally not tailgating at the Crosscutter's games. The ball park is in a larger city park, so there is a pool, volleyball sand pits, pickleball court, and a huge pavilion; but the parking is limited, some on... More
No, there is generally not tailgating at the Crosscutter's games. The ball park is in a larger city park, so there is a pool, volleyball sand pits, pickleball court, and a huge pavilion; but the parking is limited, some on macadam and other parking across the street on grass + the concession stands have reasonable prices.