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403 East Center Street, Rochester, MN 55904
Stadium Name: Mayo Field
Year Built: 1951
Surface: Natural Grass
First Honkers Game Played: Friday, June 10, 1994
Largest Crowd: 3,109
Ballpark Dimensions (Left-Center-Right): 310-390-310
Built on land given to the city of Rochester by the Mayo brothers, Mayo Field sits along the Zumbro River on the edge of downtown Rochester and has been home to the Rochester Honkers since their inaugural season in 1994.
Gates Open: 60 minutes before the regular scheduled first pitch.
Carry-In Items: No food, beverage or related containers are allowed into Mayo Field. No pets, except certified assistance dogs, are allowed into Mayo Field unless otherwise approved by the Rochester Honkers. Blankets and umbrellas may be carried in as long as they do not interfere with the game experience for the fans in attendance. The Rochester Honkers reserves the right to ask any fan to return their items to their vehicle in such cases that it does interfere. To ensure the safety of fans, players, and employees, all containers and bags are subject to inspection.
Concessions & Beer Stands: The Rochester Honkers offer full-service concession stands behind the Grandstand Reserve seating area. The Main Concession Stand is located behind home plate on the first base side, with additional food/beverage stands located on the concourse.
Alcohol Sales: No alcoholic beverages may be brought into or taken out through any gate at Mayo Field. Minnesota law prohibits the sale of alcoholic beverages to persons under the age of 21. A valid government issued picture ID, showing proof of age, is required for anyone purchasing or consuming alcoholic beverages at Mayo Field. Anyone deemed to be intoxicated will be refused further alcoholic beverages and may be asked to leave Mayo Field. Drink responsibly and PLEASE DON’T DRINK & DRIVE.
Lost & Found: Lost and found items should be brought to the Fan Service Center located on the concourse by the main entrance gate. To claim an item, please check at the Fan Service Center during the game or call the Honkers Office the following day(s) at (507) 289-1170.
Foul Ball/Flying Object Warning: The Rochester Honkers ask that you please be aware of the action on the field and watch for flying objects (bats, balls, etc.) hit or thrown into the stands at all times. These objects are capable of causing injury. Please do not run, climb on or jump over any fence or railing at the stadium. The Honkers ask that you keep your eyes on the field at all times.
Smoking Policy: Under city ordinance, Mayo Field is a smoke free facility. Fans will not be permitted to smoke in the stadium. Fans must exit the stadium at the main gate and smoke in the designated smoking areas. Fans violating this policy will receive a warning. A second violation will result in automatic ejection from the ballpark.
Rochester Chevrolet Sports Deck: Located down the left field line, the Flight Deck is a 2 level deck with unlimited food and beverage (soda and beer). Click here for pricing.
Souvenir Stand: The souvenir stand is located on the main concourse. Many items can be found here including team apparel, logo baseballs, team pennants, and much more!
Restrooms: Men’s and Women’s restrooms are located near the main entrance gate behind home plate. Flight Deck patrons have their own restrooms located behind the visitor’s dugout down the third baseline.
Handicap Parking/Seating: Limited Handicap parking is available in the Mayo Field parking lot on a first come, first served basis. Handicap seating is located on the third base side of the stadium. Those requiring handicap seating may purchase a General Admission ticket designated for this area.
First Aid: First Aid is available by asking any Honkers employee, or by stopping at the Fan Service Center.
Fan Conduct: Any patron(s) displaying the following conduct will be subject to ejection from the stadium:
Interfering with other guests’ ability to enjoy the game, using foul or abusive language or gestures, wearing obscene or indecent clothing, appearing impaired/intoxicated, interfering with the progress of the game or going on to the field (also subject to arrest), and sitting in seats for which they are not properly ticketed. Guests are not to interfere with a ball in play or interrupt a game in any form. Violations of this rule will result in automatic ejection from the ballpark.
Readmittance Policy: Fans who leave Mayo Field may receive a hand stamp from the ticket taker at the main entrance gate. A valid hand stamp is required for re-entry to Mayo Field for that game only.