Fox Cities Stadium
FIRST GAME: 1995
HIGH SEASON ATTENDANCE: 233,797 (1996)
LOW SEASON ATTENDANCE: 197,934 (2003)
LOCATION: Casaloma Drive in Grand Chute, WI (adjacent to US 41)
Built in 1995 to replace Goodland Field in nearby Appleton, Fox Cities Stadium is home to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers of the Midwest League. Since 2000, it has also hosted the NCAA Division III College World Series. It is one of the few modern minor league parks without skyboxes.
On March 9, 2007, it was announced that local cable provider Time Warner Cable had signed a 10-year deal securing naming rights to the physical playing field making the park's full name Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium.