Arthur W. Perdue Stadium (Delmarva Shorebirds), Salisbury

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Arthur W. Perdue Stadium is a baseball stadium in Salisbury, Maryland. It is the home of the Baltimore Orioles Low-A East affiliate Delmarva Shorebirds. Named for the founder of Perdue Farms, Arthur Perdue, it features the Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame. The stadium seats 5,200 fans and opened in 1996.
As the second-largest seating venue in Salisbury, it also occasionally is used for concerts or other events. Until 2016, the larger Wicomico Youth and Civic Center had a real covenant against serving alcohol. As such, the stadium was chosen as the venue for Fernando Guerrero's middleweight title-winning boxing match in October 2009.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) played their 2018 and 2019 seasons at Perdue Stadium while Hawk Stadium in Princess Anne was renovated. Perdue Stadium hosted the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament from 2015 to 2017.
In 1998, the stadium hosted the Delmarva Rockfish, a team in the single-season Maryland Fall Baseball league.
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  • This is a very good stadium to catch a game in. Tickets are not very expensive; you can afford to take the whole family. The chairs are comfortable and the site lines great in this major league...  more »
  • love going to the games, great seats throughout the park, great giveaways, best thing is bark in the park nights, when I take my dog.  more »
  • Going to see the Shorebirds play was awesome!!! My family had a great time, including my kids (who are 8 and 4). The venue is very accommodating, inexpensive, and there are tons of fun things to do, other than the obvious, which is enjoying the game. Concessions are plentiful enough and not egregiously expensive, especially when compared to other sporting events and venues. I highly recommend going to a Shorebirds game if you're in the area!
  • Good field, good parking, good stadium. Decent ballpark food. Netting behind home plate doesn't extend very far, be real careful of foul balls if you have little kids. Good mascot, fun inner innings stuff.

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