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Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville



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he Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville is the home of the Jacksonville Suns of the Southern League. The $34 million ballpark, which opened in 2003, has nearly 6,000 stadium-style chairs and can accommodate more than 11,000 fans with an old-fashioned design, brick facade and a grass seating berm and bleacher seating. It also features 12 luxury skyboxes, four skydecks, a large scoreboard and videoboard, a playground, and the "knuckle," a unique nine-foot high mound for seating at the left field corner. Other ballpark features include a souvenir shop, first aid facility, various seating levels and perspectives, an ample number of restrooms and concession areas, first-class in-seat concession services behind home plate, wide concourse and seating aisles and a state-of-the-art video scoreboard in left center field. The ballpark was the first completed project of the Better Jacksonville Plan. The Atlantic Coast Conference baseball championship is currently held at the venue. The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets won the first ACC Tournament at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, followed by the Clemson Tigers in 2006, and the North Carolina Tar Heels in 2007. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baseball_Grounds_of_Jacksonville

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Submitted: 06/29/2008

By: sladys

Location: Jacksonville, FL

Category: Sports: Stadiums

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