The Louisville Bats, the Triple-A International League affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, play their home games at Louisville Slugger Field, which opened in 2000. Located at 401 E. Main St. in Louisville, Kentucky, the 13,000-plus-seat stadium is just down the street from the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory.
The Bats have been affiliated with the Reds since 2000. They have also been affiliated with Milwaukee Brewers (1998 and 1999) and the St. Louis Cardinals (1982 through 1997).
Louisville Slugger Field features the Kosair Children’s Playground, plus a variety of concession stands for hungry fans of all ages – a list of concession prices can be found here. The Louisville Baseball Hall of Fame, built 100 years ago as a train warehouse, is located in the main portion of the Outer Concourse, and includes Against the Grain Restaurant, which is open to all patrons.
Single-game tickets at Louisville Slugger Field range in price from $7 to $23. Group pricing, catering, and suites are also available. Find out more about the stadium and the Louisville Bats at their website.
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