We heard the tour was worth doing and it certainly was. It is 90 min of behind-the-scenes fun. You go to areas the fans don't get to see. There was a game that evening so we couldn't tour the locker rooms (something to keep in mind). Our guide, Patty, was very knowledgeable and knew so many stats. Going out onto the field and dugout area was a kick. A couple of the team players were out on the field with their kids for a photo shoot. The pitchers were warming up in the practice area with a couple of young boys. The stadium is nicely situated in town with easy access by foot or however you wish to get there. We weren't planning to attend a game but found out from our guide Patty that for $5 you could sit on the grass in the Park in the Park and still have access to most of the ballpark for food, restrooms, etc. Since our rented condo was only a couple of blocks away, we went back to view the fireworks - Summer Blast - and it was HUGE. It made up for the 4th of July fireworks debacle.
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