What Fans Are Saying
"Going to a Bisons game has become part of our lives and we adore it."
-Erin C., Williamsville, NY
"Great prices, friendly people everywhere we went, and a lovely ballpark. Ever since I got back, I have been telling everyone, especially Jays fans, that they need to make an excursion to Buffalo for a Bisons game."
-Paul K., Cambridge, Ont.
"The stadium was a pleasant surprise having never attended a farm team game before. It was assessable, clean and well cared for. Once we entered the stadium there was an air of excitement with the number of promotions and groups represented on the floor"
-Brian W., Ridgeway, Ont.
"I had wanted to visit Coca-Cola Field for some time and glad that I did. Lovely stadium, so easy to get to from Toronto. Great baseball experience. My friends and I had a wonderful time."
-Josee T., Toronto, Ont.
"We found the stadium to be in great shape, the staff was very friendly, the food was good and the beer was plentiful. We enjoyed our second row seats at a great price. We'll for sure make the trip again next summer."
-Tom W., Toronto, Ont.
"The food was good and good selection of both "baseball" food and other non-traditional baseball food. The seats we had were very close and a very good value. The stadium was clean, people were helpful and friendly. Keep up the good work… we will definitely be back!"
-Mike P., Beamsville, Ont.
The Reviews Are In
"Coca-Cola Field - a beautiful minor-league park with a big-league feel and amenities"
- Yahoo Sports
"The new Triple-A minor league Blue Jays affiliate plays in their smart downtown digs, Coca-Cola Field, an economical and aesthetic treat." "In Buffalo, it's a short walk to your seat, and the stadium offers great sight lines, fans situated so close to the action that one can almost smell the grass."
"…it is an idyllic setting, designed for baseball to be enjoyed - outdoors with real grass and fine sight lines for all ticket holders. And just 160 kilometres south of Toronto.
-Toronto Globe and Mail
"Some are Buffalo area residents seeking inexpensive family entertainment, while others are die-hard Bisons fans there to see their team win. The remainder? They're like…father-and-son Blue Jays fans who traveled from Ont. to a pair of seats five rows behind the third-base dugout to watch future Jays play for the club's top farm team… and all three types of fans a reason to smile."