About Coca-Cola Field - An alphabetical list
Coca-Cola Field, home of the Triple-A Buffalo Bisons of the International League, was completed prior to the team's 1988 season. Still one of the largest parks in all of Minor League Baseball, the jewel of Downtown Buffalo continues to be the standard in the realm of sports stadiums. With its 80 ft by 34 ft, HD scoreboard, four-tiered party deck in right field, luxurious suites throughout the club level, in-stadium restaurant and expansive tent area in centerfield, Coca-Cola Field continues to be on the cutting edge of sports entertainment venues.
Address and Telephone:
Coca-Cola Field, One James D. Griffin Plaza, Buffalo, NY 14203. The executive office phone number is (716) 846-2000.
There are three automated teller machines within Coca-Cola Field. Two are located on the Main Concourse Level with one at the Guest Relations Center (Section 111) and another on the first base side near Section 110. A third ATM can be found outside Pettibones Grille & Catering Center on the Mezzanine Level. All Coca-Cola Field ATMs are serviced by Evans Bank.
BisonsTV HD Board:
The BisonsTV HD Board is the widest high-definition LED scoreboard in all of minor league baseball. At 80' wide by 34' tall, the BisonsTV HD board provides Herd fans with over 2,500 square feet of entertainment during all 72 Bisons home games. The board is manufactured by Daktronics Inc. and displays promotions, game replays, statistical information, speed of pitch, games, contests and more throughout the season.
Buses bringing fans to Coca-Cola Field should park and unload or pick up passengers along Exchange Street. There is no charge for buses parking on Exchange Street, and easy access into Coca-Cola Field is available through the Seneca Street Gate on Washington Street.
The ballpark's field dimensions are as follows: foul lines - 325 feet; center field - 404 feet; right center - 367 feet and left center - 371 feet. The home run fence is 8 feet high from right to left-center fields and 12 feet high in left field. The protective netting in left field is an additional 40 feet tall.
First aid is provided by Twin City Ambulance. Fans in need of medical assistance should inform a security officer, Bisons staff member or usher immediately. Emergency medical service is available on the Main level behind Section 100. A paramedic unit is on duty at the Emergency Medical Service station. The ballpark is also equipped with an advanced life support apparatus. Ambulance service is provided at the user's expense.
Bisons fans looking to stay downtown after a Bisons game are encouraged to stay at the Adam's Mark Hotel or the Hyatt Regency Downtown.
Adam's Mark Hotel: Within walking distance of Coca-Cola Field, the Adam's Mark Hotel features the 'Play Ball Package' that includes an overnight stay and two Bisons tickets for only $119 ($139 for weekends). Visit AdamsMark.com for reservations.
Hyatt Regency Downtown: The Hyatt Regency Downtown is located a short walk from Coca-Cola Field. More information can be found at Buffalo.Hyatt.com.
There is severally independently-owned parking facilities located around Coca-Cola Field. Pricing and availability for those lots are set by the individual proprietors and are not controlled in any way by the Bisons organization.
-Physical-Challenged Needs: There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces in the Coca-Cola Field parking lot on Exchange St. The reserved spaces are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Disabled fans, or those driving a fan with a handicap, should notify the parking manager of their desire to park in the reserved handicapped area. Upon notification, the parking lot staff will direct the vehicle to the closest parking space. Proper handicapped identification is required. Unauthorized vehicles will be towed at the owners' expense.
Consumer's Pub at the Park:
Located on the first base side of the ballpark on the Mezzanine level, the Consumer's Pub at the Park is a great place for a pre-game meal. To reserve a table, call 846-2100. For all games, the Pub is open two hours before first pitch to the end of the game and serves food through the 6th inning. The Pub at the Park also serves as Buffalo's premier catering and conference center all year long. For more information, visit pubatthepark.com.
All restrooms are equipped to serve physically challenged patrons.
Diaper Dugout areas located in the women's restrooms at Sections 102, 114, 115 and 215; men's locations include Sections 110 and 216. Consumer's Pub at the Park Restaurant also has a changing station in both bathrooms.
Family Restrooms are located at Section 115 (3B side) and Section 116 (1B side) on the main concourse. Each family restroom is equipped with a changing table and is able to serve physically challenged patrons.
Ballpark security officers are trained, New York State-certified and supervised by Joe Pet Security, Inc. Should an issue arise during your time at Coca-Cola Field, approach the nearest security office or visit the Guest Relations Center on the third base side.
Smoking Law/Vapor Cigarettes:
Coca-Cola Field is a 100% Smoke Free Facility. Smoking is not permitted in any of the seating areas, the concourses or the club level balcony, before, during or after the game. This includes the use of Vapor Cigarettes or 'E Cigarettes.' In order to smoke, you are required to leave the ballpark at the Washington St. Gate, behind Section 102.
Located on the third base side of Coca-Cola Field (Swan St.), the Ticket Office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., and on Saturday from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. on non-home game days. On game days the office is open from 9 a.m. to the end of the game Monday through Friday; 10 a.m. to the end of the game, Saturday and Sunday day games; and noon to the end of the game, Saturday and Sunday night games. For your convenience during the game, please visit the concourse ticket window located near Sections 111-113 on the third base side of the ballpark.
Water fountains are located at sections 101, 108, 109, 110, 115, 116, 117, 213, 214.