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May 4, 2015 / 1:00 AM PDT / KCAL News

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Home of the "Rally Monkey" and dubbed the "Big A," Angel Stadium of Anaheim is the official stadium of the Los Angeles Angels. Founded in 1966, the stadium is anything but old after going through its own Hollywood-esque facelift and becoming the seventh major league ballpark to host the MLB all-star game for the third time in 2010.   Angel Stadium of Anaheim 2000 E Gene Autry Way Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 940-2000 www.angels.com

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Metro You'll be happy to know that Metrolink runs special trains for all weekday home games that start at 7:05pm for just $7 roundtrip ($6 for seniors or those who are disabled and $4 for youth aged 6-18). You can even get 50% off select Angels game tickets by riding the Angels Express train. The train will take you directly to the stadium's parking lot, which is right across the street from the stadium and just a short walk. Tickets are available at the station, by calling (800) 371-LINK. Tickets are available for sale on game days from the ticket machines located at the station platform on the OC line stations (Monday - Friday) and the Inland Empire-OC line stations (Fridays only).   For additional information on train times and departure stations visit The Angels Train Schedule .

Driving If you're planning on getting to Angel Stadium by car, there are a variety of different ways to get to the game. Depending on where you're coming from, these directions will help you get there fast so you can make it just in time to enjoy the great food and action of the game.   For complete driving directions from Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and elsewhere around Southern California, visit Angel Stadium Driving Directions .

By Bus Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) routes 50, 57, 430 and 757 will take you to Anaheim Station. Orange County residents should call 636-RIDE; outside of the OC call 800-636-RIDE. Greyhound also offers service to Anaheim. Call (714) 999-1257 or check their website for more information.

Parking When it comes to any stadium, there are several options when it comes to parking. And, Angel Stadium isn't any different. The Stadium offers a massive parking lot right next to the stadium which you can enter either by Douglass Road, State College Boulevard or Orangewood Avenue. Cost is very reasonable, just $10 for regular sized cars and $20 for oversized (greater than 20 feet in length). The ample parking here makes coming and going a pretty easy process. Parking lots are only open two and a half hours before game time. Season ticket holders with parking coupons should use the Express Entry Lane on Orangewood Avenue.

  • If you take the metro to the stadium, you can avoid traffic and parking fees as most of the stations offer free parking
  • For night games, try the area across from Orangewood Ave. as you may be able to get free street parking
  • For those that park at the stadium, enter the lot via State College Blvd. and park in the front as you can generally be out of the lot in less than 10 minutes after the end of a game.
  • If you leave before the end of the game, you can be sure to avoid most of the traffic and waiting to exit the parking lot.

tailgating

Tailgating is only permitted in general parking (non-preferred) areas (near the Big A, Orangewood, State College and Douglass general parking areas). Only gas/propane grills with fuel-valve turn offs are permitted in the parking lot. Alcohol and on-site catering are prohibited as is early entry into the parking lot for tailgating. The parking lot opens two-and-one-half (2-1/2) hours prior to the start of the game. For additonal information, visit losangeles.angels.mlb.com .

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While ballparks like Wrigley Field have Wrigleyville with its myriad bars outside those friendly confines and Boston is surrounded by bars, Angel Stadium is a bit different. But, there are some establishments that are worthwhile to visit for Halo fans. That, however, doesn't mean they aren't taking part in the complete baseball experience for any pre-game festivities. And, luckily most are within walking distance.

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The Catch 2100 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 935-0101 www.catchanaheim.com

Appropriately named The Catch, this restaurant lies directly across the street from Angel Stadium is undoubtedly one of the more popular places to go before a game. With an offering of 20 unique draught beers, signature martinis and happy hour seven days a week, it's no wonder The Catch is known as the Angels Gameday Headquarters even in the off season. Be sure to try the  the OMG Burger that will quite literally make you say "oh my God . " It's made with of lean ground chuck, 10 slices of cheddar cheese, half a head of lettuce with tomatoes, onions and is served with a two pound side of fries. Full menu is served only at the bar.

JT Schmid's

JT Schmid's 2610 E Katella Ave Anaheim, CA (714) 634-9200 www.jtschmidsrestaurants.com

Like The Catch, JT Schmid's is not only popular because of the great food and drinks it offers, but its also just a short distance from the Stadium. In fact, its REALLY close. The menu is full of great eats ranging from blackened mahi tacos and baby back ribs to beer battered fish & chips, a 16oz ribeye, and of course their delicious farm house burger with bacon, cheddar, a fried egg and mayo. Other favorite include their French dip, as well as pizza and more. The restaurant and bar is also well known for their extensive alcohol menu including specialty drinks, as well as beer tails, martinis and pretty much everything you would want. It's a great spot to get ready for a game.

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Frescas Mexican Grill 2085 E Katella Ave Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 935-0666 www.frescas.com

In the mood for tacos? Who isn't, right? Right across the street from the Stadium is Frescas which is your go to place for all things Mexican food. From burritos to tacos, ensaladas, and specialty dishes like their mahi mahi fish tacos to Mexican subs and more, Frescas serves up delicious and tasty food that is perfect to dine on before the game. If the game happens to fall on a Thursday, you're in luck as Thursdays is Taco Thursdays where you'll get a taco for just $1.25.

Danny K Billiard

Danny K's 1096 N Main St. Orange, CA 92867 (714) 771-9706 www.dannyks.com

Just a short walk from the Stadium, Danny K's offers an abundance of big screen TV's in addition to pool tables, foosball, a dart board and shuffleboard. But, not to worry. That's not all they offer. A full bar with a big selection of beers is on tap, as well as food too. Grab some onion rings and their famed burger and you'll be all set before walking over to the game.

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Going to an Angels Game is always a popular activity for Orange County and LA residents. You'll even see tourists come to catch the action of the Halos. Tickets are pretty easy to get as well and depending on where you sit, you can get a decently priced seat. In fact, prices are sometimes as low as $6!

Prices Seeing a game at Angel Stadium ranges in price depending on a variety of factors including where you sit, who the Angels are playing and more. And, although prices may have gone up in the past several years, it's still relatively inexpensive to see the the Angels for 9 or more innings. Some of the best seats along the first base line on the bottom section are as low as $70 per ticket.

To view pricing per game via their useful tool, visit www.angels.com .

Types Of Seating Options

  • Individual Seats - (starting at $6 for most games) Buy Here
  • Group Tickets - Plan a group outing, celebrate your birthday, entertain clients or host a company party! Buy Here .
  • Premium Seating - Angel Stadium offers a few options for premium seats including the Diamond Club, the Diamond Club Patio, the Diamond Field Box and the Ketel One Club. Find out more here .
  • Suites - Angel Stadium offers suites too. Whether you want to sit in the Lexus Dugout seats, in the Legends Suite, the Platinum Suite or Club Level Suite, there are a variety of options at differing prices. Find Out More .
  • Season Tickets- Interested in attending a series of games? Get season tickets! For true Angels fans, getting a season pass is the way to go. Find out more information here .
  • Military & First Responders - For those current or former military and first responders, you'll save up to 50% off tickets all season long. More information here .

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A variety of seating levels are offered at Angel Stadium. As with most stadiums, the closer you get to the field, the higher the cost of the ticket. Luckily, compared to other stadiums across the country including Dodger Stadium, Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium and others, Angel Stadium is priced quite low for most seats. For an enlarged map of all seating, visit Angel Stadium Seating .  

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In order of closest to the field to furthest to the field:

  • Diamond Club
  • Field Level
  • Lower View Level

To view an interactive map with photo views of the field and more, visit Angel Stadium Interactive Seating Map .

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When it comes to the food selection at Angel Stadium, there is an endless amount of tasty selections to choose from. With Legends Hospitality taking a management role at the stadium (known for their role at Yankee Stadium and others), Angel Stadium has been revamped to include incredible food.

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The Smoke Ring Brisket Sandwich

Upon entering one of the main gates of Angel Stadium, you're treated to sweet, sultry smell of barbecue. The cuisine is growing more popular in ballparks across the nation, so it's no surprise that the Angels are capitalizing on that as well. Smoked for 14 hours, the brisket is tender, yet has enough flavor provided by the sauce that you have a warm taste, yet aren't overwhelmed and full, which leaves enough room for the tasty snacks inside. Wash it down with a cold, craft beer from a nearby stand, making for the perfect combination.

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Short Rib Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Reconceptualized upon taking over from an underperforming stand, this grilled cheese station is one of the most popular in the entire stadium. Featuring an array of differing takes on this childhood delight, this is one of the more ambitious items available at the stadium, but at the same time, is one of the most rewarding. Savory and fulfilling, there fewer things better than the short rib sandwich. It's delicate blend of grilled short rib meat embedded on a traditional grilled cheese sandwich.

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Thick Cut Bacon Grilled Cheese Sandwich

If short rib isn't your thing, then the next thing at the Big Cheese that should fill your palate is the bacon grilled cheese sandwich. Also served on a toasted bun, the bacon grilled is just as tasty and scrumptious as the short rib sandwich but it has bacon, which is always a bonus. It makes for the perfect and tasty meal while rooting for your favorite team.

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Melissa's Fresh for You

Healthy options can be hard to find at most ballparks, but Angel Stadium has answered the call for healthy food with Melissa's Fresh For You, available on every level in the park.Pre-made and custom salads, fruit, veggie dogs and veggie burgers abound at Melissa's, with plenty of customization options for every type of eater (although there are still very few options for gluten-free diners). New for 2015, don't miss the Acai Bowl made with bananas, strawberries, granola, and honey. The hummus platter is another fabulous light option.

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Fans love going home with a batting helmet and visiting Angel Stadium is no exception. The nachos, which come in a batting helmet come in three different sizes that allow you to stuff your face full of Tostitos along with delicious cheese and toppings. Of course, there's the biggest size, which will cost you $14, but you'll be stuffed to brim with it's blend of guacamole, red peppers, sour cream and beef. And yes, you get to keep the helmet it comes in, which many fans wash off in the bathroom and plop on their heads upon finishing their snack.

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Carne Asada Fries

Located on the field level, fry stand Spuds is focused on taking the traditional ballpark French Fries and adding a different element that attracts more refined fans who want more than the traditional fries with ketchup. Here, you could order the delicious, filling carne asada waffle fries. The portion is easily good enough to feed two, and with guacamole, sour cream, peppers and cheese to go along with the beef, this side is more than enough to fill you up so you won't need any more food until the later innings.

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Cinnamon & Sugar Sweet Fries

If you want a lighter type of french fries then this is for you. The fries are smooth and tasty and there's a certain delightful feeling that comes with eating cinnamon. When mimed with sugar to top these sweet fries, you'll be happy to relive that moment time and time again.

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The Knothole Club Cheeseburger

If fans are on a date, or prefer fine dining, then the Knothole Club along the right field foul line is the place to be. The area, which is located in the club section, is available to the public after the first pitch. To make things easy, the restaurant takes reservations on OpenTable, which could score you one of the few coveted slots outdoors. The cheeseburger is an absolute gem, with a soft brioche bun and just enough cheese and the traditional veggies to keep things interesting. But, it's the perfectly cooked patty that will tickle your senses.

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The Knothole Club Hot Dog

On top of the outstanding hamburger, there's also a themed hot dog that coincides with an element from the visiting team's city. The staff takes great consideration in to putting together an ambitious hot dog that pays attention to the tiniest details, and turns a ballpark institution into an eventful dining experience. With toppings galore, it's one of the tastiest treats Angel Stadium is serving up.

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Shock Top Brew Pub Formerly the Knothole Club (the stadium sold its rights), The Shock Top Brew Pub, you must have club level tickets to get to this eatery. Located in the right field on the club level, the indoor/outdoor gastropub is pretty much the same spot as the Knothole including a full service bar, a tri-level patio, and a dining room with breathtaking views of the field. Eats here include a French dip sandwich, cheeseburgers, fries, and other pub type food. Note: this full-service pub is reserved for club level ticket holders, but after the first inning, they open the doors to everyone. Score!

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The Diamond Club For more of an upscale experience, the Diamond Club is the ultimate choice. Offering outdoor seating, it is located on the field level behind home plate with terrific views of the game. Whether you are feeling sophisticated or want to get your booty on the dance floor, the Diamond Club has it. Featuring a dining room, bar, dance floor, patio and club seats, drop the kids at Chuck E Cheese and plan your next party, wedding or family gathering here. Best eats here include items like sirloin steak sandwiches, salads, desserts and a full bar.

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Friends & Family Fun Pack Redemption: 4 Hot Dogs & 4 Small sodas can be redeemed at any Grandstand concession on select dates with the proper vouchers.

  • Angel Wings - Section 207
  • Broken Bat Pub - Section 112 & 412
  • Budweiser Patio - Section 236
  • Chili Cheese Fries - Section 130
  • Chronic Tacos - Section 240
  • Cocktail Bar - Section 107, 111, 122, 228, 236, 246, 311, 336, 407, 410, 422 & 436
  • Coors Light Centerfield Bar - Section 240
  • Corona Beach - Section 259 & 260
  • Diamond Club Lounge - Section 114
  • Draft Pick - Gate 2, Section 255
  • Garlic Fries - Section 130, 334, 416/517 & Third Base Food Court
  • Grandstand - Section 107, 122, 126, 133, 204, 209, 230, 237, 244, 305, 348, 404/505, 408/508, 412/514, 424/531 & 432/535
  • Grandstand ftr. Farmer John - Section 412/514
  • Home Plate Club - Section PB49
  • Home Plate Grill ftr. Farmer John - Gate 3
  • Jack in the Box - Section 3rd Base Food Court & Section 255
  • Jersey Mike's Philly CheeseSteaks - Section: 255 & 424/526
  • Knothole Club/Shock Top Brew Pub - Section 348
  • Melissa's Fresh for You - Section 1st Base Food Court, Section 3rd Base Food Court, Section 232, Section 317, Section 417
  • Nacho Daddy - Section 107, 122, 203, 223, 259, 412, 424 & 425
  • Nacho Nachos - Section 223 & 424
  • Oggi's Pizza - Section 109, 239, 317, 334 & 417
  • Panda Express - Section 3rd Base Food Court, Section 226 & 420/522
  • Smoke Ring BBQ - Gate 1 & Section 237
  • Spuds - Section: 130
  • Sweet Shoppe - Section 103, 124, 232, 412 & 429
  • The Big Cheese - Section 211
  • The Coop - Section 103 & 416/517
  • Tostitos Nachos - Section 122 237, 412/512 & 425
  • Wetzel's Pretzels - Section 127

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During Angels off-season, you're invited to take a behind the scenes tour of Angel Stadium, giving you unrivaled access to the Mike Scioscia interview room, the Angels Dugout, the Visitor Clubhouse, the Broadcasting booth, the Press Confernece Room, the Dugout suite and other parts of the stadium that are normally restricted to the public. Other highlights of the 75 minute tour include a trip to the field as well as an exclusive look at the Gene Autry Suite. The cost is inexpensive too, just $8 for adults, $6 for children (14 or under) and children under the age of 4 get in free. Seniors and Military get in for just $6.

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Angel Stadium  has hosted pro-football games, soccer matches, concerts, and pretty much every grand spectacle imaginable. Most notably, however, the stadium has been the home of Angels Baseball ® since it was built in 1966. 

Angel Stadium, affectionately known as the “Big A,” is one of the most iconic ballparks in Major League Baseball. Although it’s the fourth-oldest MLB ballpark, major league improvements have kept it modern and comfortable. In fact, during renovations, California Spectacular, a Disney-imagined sculpture featuring a cascading waterfall and dancing fountains, was built and sits behind centerfield today. Fans can also enjoy themed firework shows after every Saturday night home game.

More Than Peanuts and Crackerjacks

No game is complete without an Angel Dog. Enjoying one of these is as essential to your visit to Angel Stadium as singing The Foundations’ “Build Me Up, Buttercup” during the 7th inning stretch. Perhaps you’re craving a little something more comforting. Stop by the Big Cheese for gourmet ballpark grilled cheese. While you’re in town, take a guided tour around Angel Stadium during non-game days and learn about the ballpark’s history behind the scenes. 

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Explore Angel Stadium Like Never Before: New Tours Offer Exclusive Access

Angel stadium opens its doors to fans, offering tours that grant exclusive access to hidden areas of the ballpark..

In a move that will surely delight baseball enthusiasts, Angel Stadium is rolling out an exciting opportunity for fans to get up close and personal with the hallowed grounds of the ballpark. During the offseason, the Los Angeles Angels are introducing tours of Angel Stadium, allowing fans to explore areas typically off-limits to the public.

Key Takeaways:

  • Angel Stadium is now offering tours during the offseason, giving fans a chance to see behind-the-scenes areas not usually accessible to the public.
  • Tour highlights include access to the press conference room, the visitor’s clubhouse, and the opportunity to step onto the field.
  • Tour options are available on select dates, with prices starting at just $12 for adults, making it an affordable and exciting experience for baseball fans of all ages.

For those who have been longing for the warmth of summer at Angel Stadium, this initiative is a welcome invitation back to the ballpark. While the Angels are away during the offseason, the stadium’s gates will be open to fans eager to uncover the secrets of this historic venue.

Fans who choose to embark on these exclusive tours will have the privilege of accessing hidden gems within the stadium. These areas include the press conference room, where players and managers face the media’s questions, and the visitor’s clubhouse, where rival teams prepare for the game ahead. The highlight of the tour undoubtedly comes when fans step onto the very field where their favorite Angels create magic during the baseball season .

Angel Stadium has made these tours accessible to a wide range of fans by offering multiple tour times. Tours are available on select dates at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. Additionally, special tours tailored for Japanese fans are held at 1 p.m. on selected days, offering a unique perspective on the game.

The good news doesn’t end with the offseason, as these captivating tours will continue to be available during the baseball season. When the Angels are on the road, fans can still experience the magic of the stadium through scheduled tours.

Affordability is a key factor in making this opportunity accessible to all fans. Prices for Angel Stadium tours start at a mere $12 for adults, ensuring that a memorable experience at the ballpark doesn’t break the bank. Seniors, children, and military members enjoy even greater affordability, with tickets available for just $10. Children under the age of three can join the tour free of charge.

This exciting initiative by the Angels presents the perfect opportunity for fans to immerse themselves in the history and magic of one of the oldest ballparks in Major League Baseball. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just looking for a unique outing, Angel Stadium tours offer something special for everyone. So, don’t miss your chance to explore the hidden treasures of Angel Stadium this season.

In conclusion, these exclusive tours are a testament to the Angels’ commitment to their fans and the rich tradition of baseball. It’s an experience no baseball lover should pass up, as it promises an intimate look behind the curtain of one of baseball’s most iconic venues. So, mark your calendars and secure your tickets for an unforgettable journey through the heart of Angel Stadium.

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Quick Facts About Angel Stadium

Year completed.

Los Angeles Angels (1961)

Team Colors

Midnight Blue, Red, Silver

Ballpark Nicknames

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Angel Stadium | Ballpark Info

Accommodations for disabilities.

Handicap accessible parking sports can be found outside the following gates: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and Home Plate. Just mention that you’re looking for accessible parking and the gate attendant will point you in the right direction.

Handicap accissible seats can be found in the following sections: 241 – 249, 257 – 260, 201 – 213, 221 – 233.

All restrooms in the ballpark are accessible to guests with disabilities. 

If you have any questions, reach out to the Angels fan hotline at  714-940-2000.

Fans can seek autographs from players along the railing of the following sections: 101 – 103 133 – 135 You’ll be asked to move either at the end of batting practice, or 40 minutes prior to first pitch

Make sure any bag you bring in (including diaper bags) are 16 x 16 x 8, or smaller. 

Batting Practice

Batting pratice starts two hours before the start of each game. Only the homeplate gate opens 2 hours prior to first pitch, so if you’re looking to catch BP, enter through the homeplate gate.

Bring Your Own Food

You cannot bring glass bottles nor cans into Angel Stadium. You can bring bottled water (1 Liter max size), flavored water, and empty reusable bottles that can be filled inside.

You can bring outside food items in as long as you are not sitting in the suites. 

Fan Services

If you have any issues or questions while at the ballpark, please utilize Fan Services. Each MLB team has this department, and they are solely focused on making sure each fan has a safe and memorable time at the ballpark.

Call the Angel Hotline at: 714-940-2000

Parking gates open 2.5 hours prior to the start of the game. The home plate gate opens 2 hours before first pitch. All other gates open 90 minutes before game time.

Family Sundays include kid friendly activities in the Gate 5 courtyard, and are available until the top of the 6th inning. Activities include photo opps, games, and face panting. Kids (ages 3-13) can also run the bases after the game.

You can find restrooms in the following sections. Men’s and women’s restrooms are usually one section apart from each other: Field Level : 104, 105, 110, 111, 125, 128, 131, 132 Terrace Level:  201, 202, 205, 207, 212, 213, 221, 222, 232, 233, 236, 239, 240, 257 Club Level:  301, 302, 306, 207, 322, 330, 344, 346 View Level:  401, 402, 407, 410, 411, 414, 415, 416, 418, 420, 422, 423, 426, 427, 430, 431, 435, 436

Family Restrooms can be found in the following sections: 106, 133, 310, 342

Tailgating is allowed in official Angel Stadium general parking lots. Just be sure to leave the alcohol at home. Parking gates open 2 and a half hours before game time. 

Angel Stadium offers a 75 minute tour, which includes a trip to the home dugout, a walk through the visitor’s clubhouse, the broadcast booth, and the press room. 

Public tours are only conducted June – September. 

Adults $12 Children (under 14) $10 Senior (55+) $10 Military $10 Children (under 3) Free

To schedule your tour, call 714-940-2230 or email [email protected]

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Angel Stadium | Must Do

Check out the center field waterfall.

In center field you’ll find a waterfall feature that flows over a giant faux rock formation. The “California Spectacular” also features geysers, steam and pyrotechnics that go off at the start of games, after every Angels home run and after every Angels win.

View the 2002 World series Trophy

Catch a glimpse of the team’s 2002 World Series trophy on display inside the entrance to the team store on the 100 level. Enter through the main gate behind home plate for easy access to the store.

View the “Big A”

The Big A is a HUGE red metal sign that welcoming fans in the parking lot. It is 230 feet tall, and weights 210 tons. The Angels light the halo of the sign after every win.

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Angel Stadium | Transportation and Parking

Keep in mind that Cali Traffic is REAL! If you’re coming from out of town, leave yourself an hour longer than you initially think you’ll need. There’s nothing worse than missing part of a game or missing out on something that you wanted to do before the game due to sitting in traffic. Better to get there way early and pass the time at a nearby bar or restaurant .

Avoid LA area traffic and parking headaches by hoping on the Angels Express . Tickets are $7 round trip for adults, $6 for seniors/disabled, $4 for youth (6-18) and free for (5 and under). You can purchase tickets ahead of time via the Metrolink app, or at the ticketing machines at stations. Hop on from Orange County, Los Angeles, or Riverside area stations.

Visit the Angels Express website to plan the specifics of your trip.

Official Angel Stadium Lot

Unlike other parks, Angel Stadium has one, easy to access lot that surrounds the entire ballpark. Gates to the parking lot open 2.5 hours prior to first pitch, and can be accessed from Douglass, Orangewood, and State College.

Rates are incredibly reasonable for a major league sporting event at just $10 a car for regular parking and $20 for preferred. You can pay via cash, debit/credit, and both Apple and Android Pay.

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Off-Site / Free Parking Options

The official parking is pretty cheap at just $10/car. But, if you want to save that 10-spot for an extra beer, you have a few options.

Both Nobel Ale Works and the Karl Strauss Brewery allow patrons to park in their lots, then walk over to the ballpark. Our recommendation is to spend the $10 you save with these guys!

There is also usually street parking available on the corner of Eckhoff and Orangewood. We suggest using the official lot, or one of the breweries.

Uber & Lyft

If you’d rather not drive, Uber and Lyft are great options for getting to and from Angel Stadium. Uber is the official rideshare company endorsed by the Angels, so you’ll see their logo everywhere. Don’t worry, Lyft is still allowed to pickup and drop off at the ballpark. In fact, you may be better off calling a Lyft since everyone else will be staring at Uber signage all night.

Drivers know to pick up in the official rideshare area of the official lot, directly in front of Gate 1. Don’t be afraid to call your car as you’re walking out of the park. You’ll be waiting on it for awhile, so you may want to consider heading over to a nearby bar to wait out the post-game rush.

If you’re new to Uber, you can use this link to get a discount on your first few rides.

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Angel Stadium | Best Seats

Best seats for game views.

The club level of the park is a fan favorite for several reasons. Seats in the 300 section are just below the suite level, and have great views, shorter lines for food and restrooms, and aren’t ridiculously priced.

The 400 level just behind home plate are great values for views. Just be conscious of the sun if attending a day game.

Where not to Sit

Avoid section 135 which is known for obstructed views.

Best Seats for Shade

Home plate faces northeast, so your best chances for shade are on the 3rd base side of the ballpark. The back half of the 200 sections are also mostly in the shade. Aim for rows 12-15.

Angel Stadium | Ballpark Food

It’s pretty much agreed upon that the ballpark fare at Angel Stadium is hard to get excited about, but if you’re a basic ballpark food fan, you’ll be perfectly content. There are a few unique items, and a pretty cool in-park restaurant that is worth checking out.

The Must Have: The Helmet Nachos

The helmet nachos are a long heralded go-to of Angels fans. Get ’em piled high with all the fixings, then keep the hat as a souvenir. If there are 2 or 3 of you, even better, because they’re huge.

Something Special: The Red velvet whoopie pie

If you’re looking for something sweet, the Red Velvet Whoopie Pie is a solid choice. Cream cheese filling nestled between two Angels red pies. This thing is the size of an average burger!

The Beer Hack

At some park’s concession stands, the large beer is a con, charging double the price for just a little more beer. Angel Stadium is one of those places. Two smalls are better than one large!

Something Fancy: Saint Archer Brewing Co.

This in-park restaurant is located above first base, with “patio views” of the field. Saint Archer beer is served on tap, with above-par food available. We’ve heard the pretzel is a solid choice. Historically, if you use the Open Table app, you can make reservations a week prior to a game.

You can even purchase cheap seats to get into the park, make reservations, and camp out at the restaurant table.

Vegetarian and Vegan Options at Angel Stadium

Beyond meat burgers are available at Angel Stadium, as are veggie dogs, bean burritos and black bean burgers.

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Seafood restaurant that hosts game day tailgate parties on their patio.

Nobel Ale Works

Brewery with food trucks.

Karl Strauss Brewing Company

Family friendly pre-game spot with vegetarian options.

Golden Road Brewing Anaheim

Family friendly spot with something for everyone, including vegetarians and vegans.

Bars and Restaurants

We believe that in order to fully experience a ballpark, you should spend some time in the nearby area. We’re also big believers that pre and post game rushes are awful. We suggest you spend some time at these local establishments instead of sitting in traffic or rushing to the train.

The Catch | 2100 E Katella Ave Anaheim, CA 92806 | Website | Menu | Click to Call This is one of the most popular places in the area to have a bite or a brew before the game. Located just across the street, they even have game day tailgate parties on their patio. Check out their gameday menu we’d recommend the Snack Bomb Nachos if you’re skipping the helmet nachos once inside the park.

Nobel Ale Works | 1621 Sinclair St B, Anaheim, CA 92806 | Website | Menu | Click to Call Mentioned in our parking section, this brewery will let you park in their lot and walk over to the park if you have a beer first. And why wouldn’t you? They’re known to rotate taps often, so it’s hard to recommend a beer, but the bartenders know what’s up. They don’t serve food but they do sometimes have food trucks.

Karl Strauss Brewing Company | 2390 E Orangewood Ave #100, Anaheim, CA 92806 | Website | Menu | Click to Call Another pre-game favorite for local brews that features a great view and short walk to the ballpark. This spot serves both vegan and vegetarian options, and is family friendly, so feel free to bring the kids. Known for their burgers.

Golden Road Brewing | 2210 E Orangewood Ave, Anaheim, CA 92806 | Website | Menu | Click to Call This spot is right across the street from the park and boasts an impressive beer and food menu and large outdoor space. Perfect for before or after the game. Family friendly with something for everyone, including vegetarians and vegans.

Local Attractions

If you’re traveling with a family or just trying to make the most out of your trip to Anaheim, here are some recommended nearby attractions.

Disneyland Park | Website Disney probably needs no explanation. It’s on of the hottest attractions in the area. And one of the most expensive.

Flightdeck Flight Simulation | Website Flightdeck is a full-experience flight simulator that lets you take virtual fighter jets, and 737’s for a spin. Make reservations ahead of time for your group, and check out Groupon for great deals.

Knott’s Berry Farm | Website Knott’s Berry Farm is a theme park and water park featuring 40 rides. Family friendly and a little less expensive than Disney. Single day tickets are $55 if purchased online ahead of time.

Orange Plaza Square Park | Website Orange Plaza Square Park features several restaurants and shops, as well as parks, playgrounds, and an old timey soda shop.

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“ We got to visit the media room, the manager's media room, the Angel's dugout , visitor clubhouse, and more. ” in 9 reviews

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“ Eddie was our tour guide and from the second we arrived under the 2 hats he made us feel welcome as well as special. ” in 7 reviews

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“ You love baseball or just want to converse with friends and family this place has it all. ” in 7 reviews

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In true LA girl fashion all my baseball games have consisted of dodger games. This was actually my first time going to The Angels game . I will say as someone who's known for being a loudmouth I do thrive in a baseball field. The difference in Anaheim's patrons I would say are much more refined. No ball being thrown around waves of people standing up and down over and over . Everybody just kind of sat quietly. Every once in a while a let's go angels let's go. It was a great experience I'll definitely give it five stars

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Eddie was the best tour guide! He made our tour fun and very informative. Love his passion and energy. Highly recommend this tour if you are planning to visit Anaheim.

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The $12 tour started promptly on time under a "big red cap". Tardy arrivers were allowed to join late. Scheduled for 75 minutes, our tour took almost two hours because the visitors' locker room was available and the large size of a Saturday tour took longer to move through the elevators and take photos in the press room. Try to go on a weekday when the group is smaller for a better experience. Although game days are known for lots of traffic and expensive parking, the tours are scheduled when the facilities are dark so traffic was low and the near-vacant parking lot was free. Of the three Major League Ballpark tours I've taken, the Royals was the best, the Angels second, and Dodgers last. Also, I've noticed some patterns as if the League has a required checklist for every stadium tour. Obviously, marketing is an important reason for the success of MLB and the tour formula has been fine-tuned to hit a home run - regardless of venue. Tours include a press box level view, press room, visitors' locker room (if available), home team dugout with walk on the warning track but not the field, prime seating area behind home plate, franchise history to show pride in their organization, and just a few pokes at rivals but not too much. The tour guide was highly personable and I liked that the stadium is not named for a corporate sponsor. Although I created an Angels account, I haven't received a single promotional e-mail so far. Thanks for not abusing my e-mail inbox. I have no major complaints but offer suggestions to the savvy marketing team. The Angels history lessons should be done in photo-worthy locations like the Autry suite seats, dugout, or Diamond Club boxes - not the main concourse, Autry suite dining area, or press box entrance. The tour script lacked historically significant moments that occurred here (maybe there haven't been any?). The names most heard on the tour were Gene Autry (ok), Walt Disney (this is baseball not an amusement park), Mike Trout (ok), Shohei Ohtani (ok), and Mike Scioscia (wasn't he a Dodger?). Overlooked, Angels with retired numbers like Rod Carew and Jim Fregosi were never mentioned. In a backhanded compliment, Nolan Ryan was brought up once for NOT having the first no-hitter in club history. I don't mean to be a "Big A"-hole, but the stadium was low on amenities, architecture, and scenery. The hallways of other stadiums have more swag to psychologically intimidate opponents and hype their players. The lobbies were not like a fancy hotel as described by the tour guide but like a claustrophobic white-collar office due to the low ceilings and extensive use of laminates. The building lacks soaring architectural lines both inside and out. The view overlooking the outfield is about the worst with sights of the Honda Center, 55 freeway with billboard, and office building for a company called Impact. The outfield water feature with fake rocks was confounding. Appropriate for the Colorado Rockies (including Coors Light signs next to the rocks), but not the Angels. Also, the water was running during non-game times causing wasted evaporation during water restrictions. Ironic that the Angels team color looks like devil red.

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We had a great time with our tour guide at Angel Stadium...very knowledgeable and entertaining. Historical, even! Out of all the Southern California stadiums, Angel Stadium is by far the best one. I was so disappointed that there were no games while I was in town. The tour took us to Gene Autry's suite, the dugout suites, the field and visitor clubhouse. We learned about how The Singing Cowboy Gene Autry was even involved in SoCal baseball expansion. I'll leave that answer to the tour - To the extent I have one, the Angels are my AL West team, and I found out a few cool nuggets of interest while on this tour. There's just something majestic about going onto a baseball field, just quiet with no one in the stands. Anaheim might be the happiest place on earth, but Angel Stadium is MY personal happy place while in Southern California.

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How would you like to go into areas of the Angel Stadium that most people are not able to go? For $7 ($14 if you buy online) you can go to Gene Autry's suite, or one of the Press Box or Press room, or maybe it would thrill you to visit the Angel's dugout or walk around the field to visit the Bullpen. Meanwhile, the knowledgeable tour guide telling you all the fun facts about the stadium. Don't worry though I won't give it away. You'll have to come and take a visit yourself. The tour lasts about 1 1/2 hours. Some tips. Buy tickets at the stadium. Wear comfy shoes, and bring a bottle of water. Make sure your battery is completely charged on your smartphone! It's a little touristy, but it's worth going. Usually on a Friday when the team is out of town at several times in the day. I went at 12:30 pm. Parking is free. When you're done, you can visit the Angel's store, or buy tickets.

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NY girl in Cali for vacation decided to do a tour of the stadium. The price was on point - only $12; free parking. Our tour guide, Eddie M. was fantastic. Very enthusiastic and entertaining told us the history of the team and it's ownership. Very knowledgeable and fun. Highly recommend the tour and ask for Eddie if you can!

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I decided to take a tour of this ballpark as part of my companies outing. The food served was eh (dogs, burgers, pulled mystery meat, mac/cheese, pretzels). Otherwise the tour wasn't very entertaining. It was shorter than usual. The tour guide was great but the stadium is 50+ years old and very little history. Not sure if they charge for the tour. My company set up everything including lunch. If I had to do it on my own, not likely.

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Not an Angels fan, but you have to respect the history and this is a great stadium for fans. The concessions are varied. The plaques and the trophies are just great reminders of how much fun baseball can be. Tough seats on a hot day since the sun pretty much bakes the place, but I imagine it's great for a night game. Wish my sorry Mariners had more to celebrate like these guys.

Good old Gene.

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We loved the Angel Stadium Tour provided by Angel Stadium. We had the 1230 start time we parked (free parking) headed toward the main entrance. Underneath the big hats there was a big sign that said Tour Starts Here. We waited for our tour guide under the big read hats. At 12:30 our tour guide showed up and the group was divided into two groups, one group went with another tour guide. The group had about 15 people per group which was a good size to be able to see/hear everything. We got to visit the media room, the manager's media room, the Angel's dugout, visitor clubhouse, and more. It was great and my baseball loving husband and son loved it!! You can't beat the price!! If you are thinking about doing the tour, do it! You will enjoy it!

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OK, if you're an Angel fan and you haven't been on this tour yet, you need to do it. First off, it's three bucks... that's it. That wouldn't even cover half of a movie ticket! And here's what you get to tour: --broadcast booth and/or press box --visitor's clubhouse --Angel dugout --indoor batting cage --press conference room - and other cool stuff along the way --the tour wraps up with time in the Team Store ... and I got a sticker! And a team photo! Not the greatest thing ever BUT if I'd been six years old I would have looked my parents right in their faces and said, "This is the best thing ever!" When I went on the tour, the Angels were out of town. Our small group was met under one of the hats out in front of the Home Plate Gate by a jovial and portly old fellow. He made some crack about how Barry Bonds was the only MLB player that those hats out in front of the stadium would fit... and we were on our way. This thing is cool--I had brought my camera with me and I took a ton of pictures... and when we were in the dugout I got to touch the warning track dirt... What, you don't think that's cool? Well, you're not a real baseball fan then. And it was just great to see behind the scenes--like, this is what big leaguers experience. The lockers, the shower room, hallways that are adorned with the Angels logo... and it's all right there in front of you. Yelp Tip: Take some time to note the cool items on the walls throughout the tour... everything from Interleague Play tickets to autographed memorabilia to framed issue of Baseball America to photos of broadcasters throughout baseball's history. And it only costs three bucks. Two bucks for kids. C'mon--you spent more than that on a latte today.

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Angel Stadium Offering Ballpark Tours for the Whole Family All Offseason Long

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For those who are missing going to Angel Stadium during the summer to see the Halos play, the team now has an offer that gets fans back to the park.

During the offseason, the Angels are now offering tours of Angel Stadium.

The stadium is joining many others around the league in opening up its doors to fans to discover areas of the park that are usually not seen by most fans. 

Those who purchase tickets on the tour will get exclusive access to different areas such as the press conference room, the visitor's clubhouse and a chance to step on the field. 

Tours are offered on select dates throughout the offseason at 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2:30 p.m. For Japanese fans, the Angels offer special tours that take place at 1 p.m. on selected days. 

The tours will continue during the baseball season, as well. When the Angels are on the road, select dates will be available to take a tour of the stadium. 

Prices for Angel Stadium tours start at $12 for adults. The prices get cheaper depending on the category each person fits in. Seniors, children and military members all get tickets for $10 and those who are under the age of three can go for free. 

This is the perfect opportunity for any fan to check out one of the oldest ballparks in the MLB.  

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Finding the Best Shaded Seats at Angel Stadium

Anaheim consistently ranks as one of the sunniest cities in America. With more than 280 days of sun each year, it also ranks as one of the most dangerous cities for people sensitive to the sun. The city boasts an average UV rating of nearly 6.0, about 50% higher than the average U.S. city.

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For Angels night games, the sun is usually an afterthought. But for day games, being in the shade can make the difference between a fun family outing and having to leave early due to sun exposure. Fortunately, Angel Stadium is one of the better ballparks in the league for fans who wish to avoid the sun. For the best-shaded seats, consider the following advice:

  • Sit in the 200 (Terrace) or 500 Level
  • Sit on the third base side of the field
  • Avoid the outfield and seats down the right-field line

The Absolute Best Place to Avoid the Sun

If staying out of the sun is of utmost importance, purchase tickets in the Terrace (200) Level . These are widely considered the best seats for shade at Angel Stadium. Each Terrace section is fully covered, and that cover provides ample relief from the sun.

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The only Terrace seats that won't be shaded are the front of sections 229-233. For a 1 p.m. game, these seats will be shaded at the first pitch but will be in the sun by the end of the game.

If seats in the Terrace Level are unavailable or too expensive, consider seats in the 500 Level  instead. Most of the seats in these sections are covered, and sections on the third base side and behind home plate are fully in the shade.

Sitting on the Third Base Side

Angel Stadium gives you five different levels in the main seating area. No matter where you choose to sit, seek out tickets on the third base side.

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Not every seat on the third base side will be shaded at first pitch, but most seats will be shaded for at least half the game. For instance, only the last row of sections 104-113 is shaded in the middle of the summer. But by the end of the game, all of these seats are in the shade.

Steer Clear of the Outfield

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Outfield sections at Angel Stadium are among the most exposed seats in all of baseball. For day games, these seats will be directly in the SoCal sun. Avoid right field sections 236-249 for night games as these are the last seats to be shaded.

Don't Sit in Sections Down the Right Field Line

Even for late afternoon and night games, the right field corner is among the sunniest parts of the ballpark. Sections 132-135 and 431-436 are in direct sunlight and sunglasses and a hat are required attire.

Other sections to avoid include 230-233 and 535-540. Despite being well-covered, the front rows of these sections can be in the sun between 4 and 7 p.m..

Covered Seats at Angel Stadium

While Angel Stadium may not have complete coverage throughout the entire seating area, the 200 Level with its Club Level overhang and the 500 Level with the roof overhang provide shaded and protected seating options for fans. These areas ensure a more comfortable experience during the game, especially on the rare occasion when the weather becomes unfavorable.

The Club Level overhang protects the 200 Level at Angel Stadium, providing coverage for every row in this section. So, regardless of the specific row, you can enjoy the game more comfortably and worry less about what is happening outside.

The 500 Level is protected by a roof overhang that reaches over rows D and above. While these seats sacrifice being closer to the field, they offer coverage when needed.

Fan Comments

  • "Third base line just above the field level because it is shaded during day games." +43 Helpful!
  • "If you don't want to be in the sun during day games, the 500s are there for you." +91 Helpful!
  • "The Third Base Side of Angel Stadium Gets Shade First" Home plate faces Northeast, so the sun will be at the back of seats on the third base side for late afternoon and evening games. For the most amount of shade at Angel Stadium, consider the 200 seats. These are located just behind the 100 seats and are shaded by the 300 club seats above. A significant overhang in the upper level does a good job of blocking the sun for the last 12-15 rows, especially on the 3B side. Avoid Outfield seating in Right Field (236-249) which offer zero protection from the sun and will be the last seats to see the shade. ...More +53 Helpful!
  • "Front of sections 110-126 are behind the netting" There is some amount of netting or screening in front of sections 110-126. The height and coverage of netting or screening will vary by secti on. ...More Helpful!

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Angel Stadium Events

The Angel Stadium is situated right in the heart of California’s favorite city for nightlife and entertainment; Anaheim. Consistently hosting the greatest and most popular events throughout the year, the Angel Stadium has put Anaheim on the map. For the best entertainment events in Anaheim, look no further than Angel Stadium of Anaheim.

Below is listed the latest schedule for all upcoming events at the Angel Stadium. Click the event name below to read more information or just click “Buy Tickets” to go directly to selecting your seats.

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Los angeles angels vs. san diego padres, los angeles angels vs. houston astros, los angeles angels vs. milwaukee brewers, los angeles angels vs. oakland athletics, los angeles angels vs. detroit tigers, los angeles angels vs. texas rangers, los angeles angels vs. seattle mariners, los angeles angels vs. colorado rockies, august 2024, los angeles angels vs. new york mets, los angeles angels vs. toronto blue jays, los angeles angels vs. atlanta braves, september 2024, los angeles angels vs. los angeles dodgers, los angeles angels vs. chicago white sox.

As you can see, the Angel Stadium hosts events throughout the year. Note that the ticket price may vary depending on a number of factors; seat location, performer, time of purchase in relation to the event date etc. Typically the ticket price may be higher for last minute or premium seats. Check the seating chart when selecting your tickets as seating layouts may change depending on the event.

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Watch: Take a virtual walk through the new Titans Tennessee Stadium

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Fans are now able to get a preview of what the new Tennessee Titans stadium will look like inside. On Friday, the Titans released a video detailing what the new stadium will offer fans beginning in February of 2027.

The spacious interior provides a luxurious, yet warm ambience and a wrap around bar will be available. In true Music City fashion, there will also be a designated area for live, musical performances.

See below for a sneak peak of the stadium and what else awaits in 2027.

Watch the virtual tour of the new Tennessee Titans stadium

What else awaits guests at the new tennessee titans stadium.

The exterior of the stadium will feature a wide, wraparound, porch-style upper concourse with downtown views. The designs also include neutral, earthy tones, wood paneling and dark tones which accent massive glass windows. A circular, transparent roof will enclose the field.

Here is what else will be included:

  • Two giant video boards flank the field
  • Seats will be as much as 50 feet closer to gameday action than those at the current Nissan Stadium
  • Big, round bars and patios offering 360-degree field views
  • Stages for live performances

The design details were approved Thursday by Metro Sports Authority and final designs will be approved in October.

Enjoy a virtual Titans stadium experience

Anxiously awaiting the new stadium to open its doors?

You're in luck.

Titans House, an immersive experience with virtual stadium models and other displays, is offering season-ticket buyers, suite holders, business partners and other eager fans a front-row seat for the layout and design of the new venue. The concept is designed to help the community better understand what the final product will look like.

Titans House will open at the corner of Taylor Street and 6th Avenue in Germantown by April, said Titans Chief League Affairs Officer Adolpho Birch. The sales and educational showroom will be open to the public on an appointment basis.

"Think of it like a model home for the stadium," Birch told the Tennessean. "So, you can see what the kitchen and bathroom look like, you can see the finishes and decide which one best fits your company or you."

Reporter Sandy Mazza contributed to this report.

Diana Leyva covers trending news and service for The Tennessean. Contact her at [email protected] or follow her on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter at @_leyvadiana

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MLB DFS: Top DraftKings, FanDuel daily Fantasy baseball picks, lineups, advice, stacks for May 29, 2024

Sportsline's mike mcclure, a daily fantasy pro with more than $2 million in winnings, gives optimal mlb dfs lineup advice for wednesday.

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Cleveland Guardians third baseman Jose Ramirez has been one of the best players in baseball for nearly a decade now and the 31-year-old is one of the hottest players in the game entering Wednesday's action. Ramirez has been top 10 in AL MVP voting in six of the last seven seasons and comes into tonight's matchup with the Rockies having gone 9-for-23 with four home runs and 12 RBI in the last week. Ramirez is now leading the American League with 56 RBI and he has 16 home runs and an .885 OPS during the 2024 MLB season.

His current hot streak is sure to make him one of the most popular options in the MLB DFS player pool on Wednesday. However, affording superstars like Ramirez in your MLB DFS lineups will require some sacrifices elsewhere. Before locking in any MLB DFS picks for Wednesday,  be sure to check out the MLB DFS advice, strategy and projections from SportsLine daily Fantasy expert Mike McClure .

McClure is a daily Fantasy pro who has won more than $2 million in his career. And when it comes to daily Fantasy baseball, McClure is at his best. Recognized in the book "Fantasy Football (and Baseball) for Smart People: How to Turn Your Hobby into a Fortune" as a top MLB DFS player, McClure's proprietary projection model simulates each game 10,000 times, taking factors such as matchups and recent results into account. This allows him to find the best values on every site.

On Tuesday, McClure highlighted Yankees outfielder Juan Soto as one of his top picks in his MLB DFS player pool on both sites. The result: Soto went 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI, returning 19 points on FanDuel and 25.2 on DraftKings. Anybody who included him in their lineups was well on the way to a profitable day. 

Now, with the 2024 MLB season rolling, McClure has locked in his top MLB daily Fantasy picks for Wednesday, May 29. You can head to SportsLine now to see them . 

McClure's top MLB DFS picks for Wednesday 

One of McClure's top MLB DFS picks for Wednesday is Yankees second baseman Gleyber Torres at $2,900 on FanDuel and $3,800 on DraftKings. The 27-year-old Venezuelan was an All-Star in his first two seasons and after down years in 2020 and 2021, he's bounced back to become an offensive threat again in the last two seasons.

Torres has slugged 49 home runs with 144 RBI and 23 stolen bases while posting a .782 OPS in the last two years. He's off to a somewhat sluggish start in 2024, with .631 OPS through his first 56 games but he does enter Wednesday's action on a five-game hitting streak where he's posted a .988 OPS. 

McClure is stacking him with shortstop Anthony Volpe ($4,500 on DraftKings and $3,200 on FanDuel). Volpe is coming off a 20-20 season as a rookie and he's slashing .285/.356/.434 with six home runs, 23 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 2024.

The former first-round pick just turned 23 last month and he was a consensus top-15 prospect in baseball in 2022 and 2023. Volpe enters Wednesday's matchup with the Angels on a 20-game hitting streak where he's posted a .911 OPS and he's had four multi-hit games in his last six contests.  See McClure's full MLB DFS player pool at SportsLine .

How to set your MLB DFS lineups for May 29, 2024

McClure is also targeting an undervalued player who is set to explode for huge numbers on Wednesday. The stars are aligning for him to return tournament-winning value and he comes at a price that won't break the bank. You can only see who it is, and get the rest of McClure's MLB DFS picks, here .

So what are the top MLB DFS picks for Wednesday?  Visit SportsLine now to see DFS millionaire Mike McClure's complete player pool and picks for FanDuel and DraftKings, all from the DFS expert who has won more than $2 million .

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