Calfee Park is one of the oldest ballparks in Minor League Baseball, but one full of modern amenities thanks to recent upgrades. Listed on the National and State Historic Landmarks Registry, Calfee Park is one of the most popular destinations in Pulaski. Countless sports fans have visited the ballpark since it opened in 1935, and there are numerous reasons for others to make the trip.

Close to the Action

Calfee Park is a perfect blend of historic and modern, small enough to offer fans an intimate environment to interact with friends and even players, but large enough to bring the feel of professional baseball. Fans hoping to get autographs or snap of photo of their favorite player can line the fences to be close to the action and maybe even snag a high five.

Affordability

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Tickets to Pulaski Yankees games begin at just $6, making a visit to Calfee Park an affordable option for any fan. Additionally, concessions prices have remained low for years, offering fans the ability to enjoy dinner at the ballpark without breaking the bank. Fan favorite items such as ice cream in mini helmets, hot dogs, and nachos are all $5 or less.

History

Over the years, Calfee Park has played host to dozens of future MLB players, including David Justice, Javy Lopez, and Travis Snider. In addition to top Yankees’ prospects currently calling the ballpark home, top prospects from visiting teams also take the field at Calfee Park, providing fans a first look at players who could one day be in the Major Leagues.

 

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