2022 Media Guide

Home of the Fresno Grizzlies

Since opening its gates to the public for the first time on May 1, 2002 (20 years), Chukchansi Park has earned a reputation as one of the most beautiful and modern Minor League sports facilities in the nation, and is one of the most used and versatile venues in Central California’s San Joaquin Valley. The 10,650-capacity stadium (not including hospitality areas and standing room) in the heart of Downtown Fresno features incredible sight lines from every seat, as well as providing dramatic views of the downtown skyline and nearby Sierra Mountains, weather permitting. The stadium, designed by Populous, features a semi-irregular field shape with dimensions 324’ down the left field line, 385’ in left center, 400’ in center field and 335’ to the right field foul pole. The ballpark is unique among Minor League facilities, in its four-level, three-tiered design. Each of the stadium’s seven street-level gates enters onto the main concourse level. Terrace-view seating, The Kodiak Club presented by KY Farming, Terrace Level seating and the Fresno Grizzlies Executive Offices are located on the second level. The top tier consists of 33 luxury suites as well as the ballpark’s press and broadcast facilities. Since 2019, Chukchansi Park added two new amenities for fans. Down the left field line is Fresno Social, a walk- up and sit-down bar plus lounge area complete with furniture and drink rails. Complete with a great view of the playing surface from the left field/third base side of the ballpark, fans socializing won’t miss a minute of the ac - tion, with six 55-inch HDTVs overhead. Behind the right field fence is The Splash Park presented by Community Medical Centers. The 1,500 square foot water park in right field will provide a respite from summer temperatures all season long, keeping kids and parents alike plenty entertained and cooled off. Heading into 2022, the 20th year in Downtown Fresno, Chukchansi Park received upgrades to the main video board in left-center field, the park’s sound system and the stadium lights. The upgraded display will take up the entire area of the former scoreboard, replacing the screens and static advertisements with over 2.1 million LED Lamps. The teams’ new sound system will feature 27 new zones with over 125 individual speakers around the stadium, allowing complete control over sound levels and content throughout Chukchansi Park. Utilizing the latest technology, Grizzlies Productions will be upgraded to 8 new high-definition angles, including two wireless fan cameras with instant replay. Finally, LED lights were installed, decreasing the team’s energy consumption while providing a more natural illumination. The new bulbs will be able to perform light shows, similar to Bulldog Stadium, as well as change color, bringing another layer of excitement to the fan experience. Top 20 Chukchansi Park Crowds Attendance Date Opponent Result 1. 16,916 8/6/15 Sacramento River Cats W, 7-4 2. 14,651 8/18/16 Omaha Storm Chasers W, 2-1 3. 14,202 7/4/17 Salt Lake Bees W, 5-4 4. 14,084 3/26/08 San Francisco Giants (exhib.) W, 4-3 5. 14,023 5/11/12 Iowa Cubs L, 5-6 6. 13,970 8/31/06 Portland Beavers W, 7-2 7. 13,916 5/4/18 Sacramento River Cats W, 11-2 8. 13,899 4/20/13 Tucson Padres L, 4-5 9. 13,897 5/8/15 Tacoma Rainiers W, 4-0 10. 13,839 7/4/12 Sacramento River Cats L, 4-18 11. 13,852 4/16/10 Portland Beavers W, 2-1 12. 13,845 8/14/14 Oklahoma City RedHawks L, 3-7 13. 13,834 7/4/05 Las Vegas 51s W, 5-1 14. 13,780 7/4/04 Sacramento River Cats L, 3-4 15. 13,776 7/4/10 Colorado Springs Sky Sox W, 5-4 16. 13,696 7/4/08 Sacramento River Cats L, 1-5 17. 13,537 8/21/07 Salt Lake Bees W, 9-2 18. 13,466 7/4/19 Tacoma Rainiers W, 3-0 19. 13,455 7/4/11 Sacramento River Cats W, 6-5 20. 13,415 4/15/16 Las Vegas 51s W, 2-1


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