404 W. Fremont Street
Stockton, California 95203
The Stockton Ports are truly a rich part of our city's and Professional Minor League Baseball's history. In 1941, the Stockton Ports were one of the founding members of the California Baseball League. The Ports gained their unique name from the cities own rich history and strong resource as the states only inland Port. Over the course of the Ports 61 years as a member of the California League, the Stockton Ports have won 11 titles (most by any active team) and have posted an overall 4,474-4,018 record and made it to the postseason in 38 seasons. Come out to the Ports' home, the beautiful Banner Island Ballpark on the Downtown Stockton waterfront, and enjoy some ballpark food and cheer on the Stockton Ports as they play America's favorite pastime! Plan ahead and make sure to come to a game that features fireworks--there's nothing like baseball and fireworks by the downtown waterfront! Visit the Stockton Ports' official website for a schedule of upcoming home games and promotions.
Always an awesome time at the ballpark with the family! Excellent prices for tickets and concessions prices are pretty reasonable! The ballpark is beautiful with amazing views of the water if you snag a spot on the Home Run Hill!! May even see a splash down home run! Highly recommend for awesome summer fun!
Game to visit family and see the San Jose Giants take on the Ports. This stadium is small, well laid out and there wasn't a bad seat in place. And for $9 where else can you sit in the first row right next to the dugout and shake hands with the players!
Stockton ports a family-friendly place were you can bring the family look at a good baseball game have a good hot dog hamburger or whatever you heart desires. And by family I mean kids any age there's always security around to look out for things that weren't supposed to be happening in this place and Security will always take care of it. Besides there's always a lot of seats to choose from from going to the grass or getting a good seat behind the home which you can get a better look and could look at whoever is in play. A lot of parking around the baseball stadium , there is a lot of the different parking spaces around there which every single one of them goes for a different price not too expensive. If you're taking the family to see the baseball game is worth it you always have a good time , a good drink and good parking space.
One of the best minor league ballparks anywhere. Nice staff. Good prices. Never crowded. And you get to see future A's. Go Ports!