Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark

Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
Chickisaw Bricktown Ballpark is one of 10 winners in the 2013 "Best Minor League Ballparks" category of the 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest, sponsored by USA Today.
"This is the best ballpark in the minor leagues and the best small stadium in America."
- Kirk Humphries,
Former Mayor, Oklahoma City

"I have visited the facilities in our league and many of the major league stadiums, but I am always proud to return to our ballpark."
- Tim O’Toole,
President and CEO, Oklahoma City Redhawks

Situated in Oklahoma City’s historic Bricktown, the home of the AAA Minor League Redhawks was completed in time for opening day in 1998 and just two months later became home of the Big XII Conference Tournament. Pam Scott and Joel Leider served as sports consultants to the Architectural Design Group, designing the stadium grandstands, clubhouses, dugouts, bullpens, ticket gates, service level and spectator amenities.

The elegant entrance pavilion recalls elements of Delmar Gardens, one of the first baseball parks in Oklahoma City. Concessions stands are carefully configured along the street so that spectators on the concourses always have clear views to the action on the field. In the June 1999 issue, Athletic Business hailed the tradition and intimacy of its design, "This openness adds to the festive atmosphere inside the park, making it a great place for people watching. Designers intended that walking the circuit would seem like strolling through the county fair."


Feasibility Study
Master Planning
Design Consulting
Equipment Specifications
Operational Planning

Program Features

11,666 Spectator Seats
Private Suites
Administrative Offices
Club Level Seats and Lounge
Stadium Restaurant Tenant Space
Outfield Picnic Terrace
Indoor Batting Tunnels
Clubhouse Kitchen
Clubhouse Sports Medicine Facility
Project Architect: Pam Scott
Architect of Record: Architectural Design Group
Project Cost: $32.5 million
Completion Date: 1998
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