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Arm & Hammer Park, Trenton

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Arena / Stadium · Tourist Spot
Arm & Hammer Park, also known as Mercer County Waterfront Park, is a venue located in Trenton, New Jersey. It is the home baseball park for the Trenton Thunder, a Double-A level Minor League Baseball team of the Eastern League. The official seating capacity is 6,150.
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  • Good, clean, fun. Plenty of parking. Cheap game tickets and cheap food and drinks. Lots of fun games in between innings.  more »
  • clean stadium, pleasant staff, great service, awesome team!!! love coming here with my kids who don't need to be at a major league game. here the tickets are cheappp and u get front row seats...  more »
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  • Been to many fun ballgames here, minor league teams are entertaining. Watching the games and seeing the new Major league prospects give it their all. There is always something going on in between innings to keep everyone interested. There is the the typical ballpark food and beverage's for all. They usually have fireworks on Saturday home games weather permitting. We have always enjoyed and have had fun at this ballpark within it's cozy confines. You will enjoy it too.
  • This is the park where The Trenton Yankees play. They are the AA minor league team for the New York Yankees. I live in Brooklyn and come to see games here when the Mets minor league team comes to play. I have about an hour's drive depending on traffic. I enjoy coming to this ballpark because it is well run. The lines for food move fast, the food stands are manned by people who can multitask. The ushers are nice but strict, they are aware that a professional baseball game is going on on the field and they don't allow kids to run up and down the stairs or people who are moving around all the time. The ushers are inconspicuous but make their presence felt when needed. There is a buffet area by the left field, you must buy group tickets for it. Be careful of the sun, my face, neck and arms got really burned at a game there recently. The bathrooms are located in the main concourse right behind the home plate, so if your seats are on right or left field, you'll have to take a bit of a walk. Sometimes in the past they have given out promotions as you exit the park. Such items as toothpaste, detergent, and discount coupons to local vendors. I like coming to this park as there's the chance to see future stars of the game who are just beginning to make their presence felt.

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