If you're visiting Asheville or live there, the stadium is a great place to visit. Tourists games are always a blast and like all parks, have daily specials: $1 dogs or beers... read more
McCormick Field opened its gates for the first time in 1924 when the...
McCormick Field opened its gates for the first time in 1924 when the Asheville Tourists played host to the Detroit Tigers. Over the years the stadium has encountered numerous renovations, most recently a seating bowl makeover in 2015, that has ensured the stadium remains up with the times while keeping its lustrous history and throwback feel. With a capacity of just over 4,000, the dynamic during a game is intimate and scenic. It is a hitter friendly Minor League ballpark thanks to a short porch in right field and a 42-foot high wall in right-center.
McCormick Field is still inhabited by the Asheville Tourists, the Single A Affiliate of the Colorado Rockies.