Just north of Grand Rapids, Michigan lies Fifth Third Ballpark, home of the West Michigan Whitecaps. Baseball season is
fast approaching, so you had better be prepared with a whole lot of Fifth Third
Ballpark tickets. Wear some blue, bring a mitt and enjoy a night at the ballpark.
The stadium is in the town of Comstock Park, Michigan, and was originally built as Old Kent Park in 1994. It has always
served as the home of the Whitecaps, though it has undergone several renovations and seats have been added to the Fifth
Third Ballpark seating chart over the years. The current maximum capacity here is about 11,000, which includes some lawn
seats on the left field line.
Minor league baseball tickets like these to the Fifth Third Ballpark are a great deal because they are usually very reasonably
priced, yet will give you some close seats to a quality baseball game. The Whitecaps are the Class A affiliate of the Detroit
Tigers, so games here could allow you a front row view of a player who will eventually get called up the play in the Major
Leagues. Then you can say, "I knew that guy when..."