Midwest Living Review
Huntington Ballpark opened in 2009 as the new home of the minor league Columbus Clippers, Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians. The stadium seats 10,000 people with an innovative design that allows fans to enjoy the game their way.
The AEP Power Pavilion is said to resemble Wrigley Field with bleachers on an open-air rooftop, and the Left Field Building is a fun place to watch the game, either at the long bar or on one of six open patios overlooking the field. Tansky Sawmill Toyota suites accommodate large groups. The ballpark also houses five restaurants in total: Roosters, Bob Evans, Donatos Pizza, City Barbeque and Tim Horton's.
At the entrance, a statue of Harold Cooper pays tribute to the man credited with bringing baseball back to Columbus, and reminds fans of Cooper Stadium, the Clippers' former home. The adaptability of Huntington Ballpark (which entailed a hefty price tag of $65 million to build and create) is bound to keep baseball in town for the foreseeable future.