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So far, so good with the upkeep on this ancient, fragile ballpark. It's a neat, affordable night of nostalgia and OK baseball during the summer. Be mindful of the screen to protect you from nerve-racking foul balls, and late afternoon shadows to protect you from...More
Although not afilliated to MLB teams. It is a cute stadium. We went on family day. The boys got play games between innings, run the bases after ballgame & got autographs from players. Easy to get to. Very reasonable prices.
I had been visiting friends in Evansville, IN when I found out that I was just a few miles from the home of the Racine Belles. Although I visited very early in the day & wasn't able to get in, I felt that this was...More
We wanted to see Bosse Field because of its history. It was located near a nice looking park but it was evident that the surrounding area had seen better days-might even be a little dicey at night. At first we couldn't find the front ticket...More
This place is full of old history. Bosse Stadium was made in1915, during that time the Evansville
Minor league team have gone through plenty name changes, the most recent one was in 1995 over 20 years ago. The 1915 team was called, the Evansville River...More
We enjoyed ourselves at this stadium, it really does take you back in time. That said, the PA system was pretty bad. Every time a message came over the speaker it was very hard to understand what was being said. The game was good and...More
This baseball stadium is one of the oldest in the country. It indeed gives a nostalgic feel, but is well maintained. I did like the family atmosphere, and the good entertainment during the match.
Various food choices available.
Enough parking around, allthough I assume it...More
This was our second trip to Bosse Field, not for a game but to simply see and walk around this historic baseball field. Reportedly the 3rd oldest professional venue (after Fenway & Wrigley), it is great to walk around the stands and on the field....More