Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball

Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball

Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball
4.5
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Dave7070
34 contributions
What an amazing Triple A ballpark and experience! Incredible food and drink selection. Lots for kids to do besides the game. Beautiful building with great site lines. It was obvious to me that the owners and staff of this team are trying to create a super game night atmosphere and they have done it! I have been to lots of ballparks and the Isotopes knocked it out of the park!
Written September 13, 2022
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Santa Fe Brown
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It was Mariachi night with music and dancers. The Isotopes were called the "Mariachis" on the scoreboard for the night. There were authentic "Lowriders" gracing the walkways outside. The drinks were cold and the food was hot. The lines were LOOONNNNGGG but the place was happily packed. It's a very comfortable eat yourself temperature for evening games and the Isotopes won. The finale was a fireworks show with Mariachi music. Treat yourself to a night at the ABQ Isotopes Ballpark!
Written July 13, 2022
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1991KEB
Navarre, FL1,317 contributions
Family
What a fun way to spend time with family. We went to a Sunday topes game and not only did we have fun, the team won. This stadium offers everything for a family to have a great day together, a variety of food, a place for young kids to play and Baseball.
Written May 9, 2021
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Bryan L
Colorado Springs, CO617 contributions
Family
We had a great time at the game, fair prices, nice stadium fun place to watch triple A baseball. Kids had a great time, very family friendly. If catching evening game sit on 3rd base sun to stay out of sun
Written May 29, 2022
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JMfromMemphis
Memphis, TN172 contributions
Solo
As a baseball fan, each summer I visit two or three ballparks around the country. Isotopes Park in Alburquerque, NM was a recent stopping point and I'd highly recommend it to you.

I've seen the good, the bad and the ugly in terms of ball park facilities. I'd rate this park amongst the best. It's clean, well maintained and there is not a bad seat in the place. (If you plan to visit on a hot summer day, I'd suggest you try to get seats in the upper 3-4 rows between the dugouts to stay in the shade.)

The main concourse overlooks the action so you are always in view of the play on the field.

Great concessions.....check out the green chili cheese fries. The pizza looked fresh, not frozen. If a ball park frank isn't for you, check out the asian stir fry, a plate of taco's or the BBQ nachos. All reasonably priced. There are numerous concession stands so the lines never get long.

If the kids get bored with the game and the between innings antics, there's a playground beyond dead center field, including an old fashioned carousel.
The team's mascot is a hoot....and he (or maybe he's a she) can dance like he*l.

The right field bluff makes a perfect spot for a family (or a cheap date night).....just bring a blanket.

The staff is friendly and ready to answer your questions. The fans will treat you like a home town'er too.

Albuquerque itself is a high elevation city with a dry climate, so the home runs fly out of the park every night. Nothing better than seeing a game with 4,5, or 6 home runs!

I highly recommend a night at Isotopes Park.....get out and enjoy the game American past time like I do!
Written September 2, 2011
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PhillySeven
58 contributions
One of the best minor league ballparks I have visited (as a former professional minor league baseball player and an avid baseball fan, I have seen a lot of minor league ballparks). Seats were very comfortable, the field has a lot of character (e.g. the field inclines just before the center field wall, there is a sort of mini amusement park for kids just beyond the right field wall, etc.), the atmosphere is family friendly, and the food options are excellent.

The Green Chili Cheeseburger was delicious (and spicy). The concession lines were very long, but that seemed to be due to the fact that the stadium was almost full despite the fact that the Isotopes were in last place at the time (apparently the fans are very loyal).

Despite their last place standing, the Isotopes put on an exciting performance with a lot of big hits. Drew Weeks, in particular, hit two opposite field home runs (the first was a bomb) during the game. There was quite a fireworks display after the game as well.

Our family really enjoyed the evening. Due to the large attendance, I would strongly recommend purchasing tickets online prior to the game.
Written September 2, 2019
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Peggy Neff
Albuquerque, NM64 contributions
Solo
Okay baseball with great concessions! You can walk right up to the ticket counter every other night except Free Hotdog Nite! Worth the wait though - Go Topes!
Written February 16, 2019
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NittanyLion70
Somers Point, NJ643 contributions
To bad the Isotopes lost
We went on a 100 degree night, sat on the 3rd base shady side of the field
Berm seats are $8
Had a burger with fries for $10 not bad
Written June 18, 2016
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crucesaggie
New Orleans, LA113 contributions
Family
This is one my all time favorite minor league parks! It's pretty, has lots of fun activities for younger kiddos and the concessions are very affordable. Plus they have lots of fun give aways! Parking is only five dollars and access to the interstate is fast and easy.
Written September 1, 2015
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Tabitha K
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States91 contributions
Couples
Most of the time, I love this place! There are periodic specials which allow you to pay a small fee to upgrade to VIP seating. I love Orbit! The facility is generally very family friendly. However, in the VIP indoor concession area, I noticed several female concession workers wearing very very short skin tight black shorts. If I want a near-sighting of butt cheeks, I'll go to Twin Peaks or Hooters. The choice of work wear was NOT professional. I imagined that the VIP area would be MORE classy. With the short shorts and dirty restrooms, it didn't seem so special. Aside from this, there was a group sitting near us in the VIP section. They were bragging about getting free food and drinks from some of their favorite girls in the VIP Concession areas. Apparently there is no cut-off for VIPs when they've had too much to drink. Several people in the group brought in their own whiskey and gin. Apparently, employees don't check the bags of VIPS. By the middle of the game, all of them seemed pretty drunk. I found myself being annoyed by the group of drunks. It was hard to pay attention to the game. They were very loud and belligerent. They didn't seem to be watching the game. They were talking about everything BUT the game. They were making fun of passers-by. They were making fun of co-workers. It was dreadful. The Isotopes VIP attendant was very nice. She asked them several times to remove their feet from the railing. They didn't listen. The attendant was far too tolerant. As the group was acting like a bunch of jerks, I glanced back at her a few times. Most of the time, she looked away as if she didn't see me looking at her. On one occasion, she looked at me and shrugged her shoulders like she had no control. While we were at the game, I told myself that I would NEVER sit in the VIP area again. Money has never been able to buy class! In the future, I may give the VIP area a second chance. If my experience is similar to the last, I'll stay away from the VIP section.
Written August 26, 2015
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