You may be forgiven for thinking that every possible architectural advancement that might be incorporated into a baseball stadium has already been attempted. If you go to the brand-new Huntington Park in Columbus, Ohio area, you’ll see that there are fresh things to discover under the sun. And it’s not just that the ideas are different. These are wonderful concepts that have been put into action.

The city of Columbus, Ohio, in the United States of America, is home to a baseball stadium known as Huntington Park. Since 2009, the Cleveland Guardians have used it as the home field for their Triple-A Minor League affiliate, the Columbus Clippers, who play in the International League.

The baseball stadium’s construction began in August 2007, and it was finished in April of the following year. The stadium, which has a capacity of 10,000 people and was created by Nationwide Realty Investors, is a component of a project that has a total cost of $70 million. The Clippers’ previous home, Cooper Stadium, was demolished to make way for the new arena, which is located at the intersection of Neil Avenue and Nationwide Boulevard in the Arena District of Columbus.

The naming rights for the park were purchased by Huntington Bancshares Inc. in February 2006 for a total price of $12 million spread out over 23 years. In April of 2009, the park was opened to the general public, and the first game ever played in the stadium was between the Columbus Clippers and the Toledo Mud Hens.

Huntington Park was awarded the title of “Ballpark of the Year” by in August 2009. This accomplishment put Huntington Park ahead of all other new or significantly renovated baseball stadiums in the country, including several Major League parks such as the new Yankee Stadium and Citi Field. This honor goes to the newly constructed stadium that demonstrates “the best mix of superior design, appealing site selection, and fan facilities.”

The previous high for attendance at the ballpark was 12,515 people, which was reached in July of 2010 when the Clippers won their game against the Pawtucket Red Sox. The Clippers’ game against the Pawtucket Red Sox in April 2018, which took place in snow showers and temperatures of 35 degrees, holds the record for the coldest game ever played at the stadium. The baseball facility was constructed near the former location of the Ohio Penitentiary.

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