There are two ways into the ballpark, the main entrance off Broadway Street and one on the backside off Fourth Street. Ticket offices are immediately inside.
The St. Paul Saints begin a new era on May 21 when they officially open their new ballpark, CHS Field, in the Lowertown neighborhood. Here’s a look at a few of the new ballpark’s highlights:
Had St. Paul officials had their way, the city would have become the Twin Cities’ home to major league baseball. In fact, the original Midway Stadium — a larger version of the one that became the quaint home of the Saints — was built to house a big league ballclub. But St. Paul lost out to Minneapolis/Bloomington when Calvin Griffith opted to move his Washington Senators to Metropolitan Stadium in 1961. That chapter is part of the rich competitive history of St. Paul professional baseball, which like Minneapolis was a charter member of the Class AAA American Association in 1902. Here’s a look at that history:
ST. PAUL, Minn. - New ballpark, new menu. The St. Paul Saints unveiled the food items being offered at the brand new ballpark Wednesday, highlighting their local partnerships and much bigger selection.
The Saints paired up with Levy Restaurants (the same people behind the concessions at the Xcel Energy Center) who run Pro Sports Catering, a company that works exclusively with minor league baseball teams.
As the season opener approaches for the St. Paul Saints, CHS Field in Lowertown is prepped and ready for the crowds.
It’s already been tested by the Hamline University team — they’ve already played a few games at the field this year.
With beautiful club seats, two batting cages, a professional-level clubhouse and a restaurant overlooking the field, you might forget you’re watching a minor league team at CHS Field.
From a leisurely afternoon testing your skills in our batting cages and bullpens to hosting the annual company softball tournament or field day event, CHS Field offers a unique venue to provide a memorable experience for your employees and clients.
Would you like to get out of the board room and into the ballpark? The Securian Club at CHS Field provides a one-of-a-kind location for your next meeting. The Securian Club can seat up to 200 guests and offers audio and video equipment.
CHS Field offers one of the most unique wedding venues in Saint Paul. From ceremonies on home plate to scenic receptions against the glow of the city lights in the Securian Club, CHS Field has options available to accommodate weddings of up to 250 guests.
CHS Field is available for outdoor concerts and festivals. The venue can accommodate up to 12,000 guests by utilizing the field level and fixed seating areas. The warning track and concourse are great for vendors to set up demonstrations and exhibits.