They offer cheap seats, which is lawn seating where you bring your own blanket and sit on the ground to reserved seating, which is where we sat for $8 a seat on up to where you can reserve a table or two which is right behind the last row of seating or even a convention area for a group.
Here is a picture of the opposite view from where we were sitting.
Here is a guy hawking beers. Those are not small ones either - that bucket had to weigh a ton, but he was probably the best vendor on the field as he would go around and sort of sing-song in an almost Brooklyn accent "Get your beer, ice cold beer right here" with pride. The rest were high school or college kids that hovered between trying hard not to drop the boxes of small bagged popcorn they were carrying to the downright annoyed and unhappy to be there.
There are also numerous concessions stands. On this night they had a special on small soft drinks, hot dogs, small popcorn or a slice of pizza for only $1.
They also had a kiddie where for an additional expense, you could entertain younger children if they were bored.
The name of our local team is the "Tincaps" and here is one of the souvenirs they offer in the gift shop. It is no shocker that the team has also been nicknamed, much to many a local's chagrin, as the "Potheads".
Awh, isn't it cute? Even the trashcans have little baseball helmets (although it would be funnier if they were little "tin caps".