Coca-Cola Field

From BR Bullpen

Home of Buffalo Bisons, 1988 to present

(also known as Pilot Field, North Americare Park, Dunn Tire Park)

BUILT: 1988

CAPACITY: 21,050

FIRST GAME: April 14, 1988

HIGH SEASON ATTENDANCE: 1,188,972 (1991)

The outside of the ballpark
The interior of the ballpark
Aerial view of the field, known as Dunn Tire park at the time.

Located in downtown Buffalo, Coca-Cola Field has been the home of the Buffalo Bisons since 1988. The park is one of the largest in minor league baseball and is designed to be expandable if Buffalo ever gets a major league team. Six times, the Bisons have drawn over a million fans here in a season. It hosted the 1988 AAA All-Star Game.

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