Fans line up for tickets at new St. Paul Saints stadium

Author:
Updated:
Original:

The St. Paul Saints are ready to show off their new digs, and fans lined up early for a shot at game tickets in the new ballpark, called CHS Field.

Individual game tickets for the upcoming season went on sale Saturday. The new Lowertown ballpark seats about 7,000, according to the Pioneer Press.

Fans who showed up Saturday also got to tour the new stadium.

Opening Day seats are pretty much gone, but a team spokesperson tells MPR standing-room only seats and grass spots will be available closer to game day.

Tailgating might also be allowed, but the Saints are still working out the details.

Construction of the ballpark is 95 percent complete and should be ready for opening day on May 21. The Saints will play an exhibition game on May 18.

Next Up

Jamal Mashburn Jr. / Gopher basketball

Gophers offense disappears in loss to Northwestern

The Gophers are quickly falling out of NCAA tournament contention.

Malik Beasley

Timberwolves Malik Beasley suspended 12 games for offseason incident

Beasley was sentenced to 120 days in jail earlier this month.

Russell Wilson

Vikings fans should REALLY hope Russell Wilson doesn't go to the Bears

Wilson has a 6-0 record against Minnesota and could be on his way to the NFC North.

Ostroushko

Celebrated Minnesota musician Peter Ostroushko dies

Ostroushko, who learned his craft in the Ukrainian community of Northeast Minneapolis, had a versatile career including performances with popular artists and orchestras

Costco_Wholesale_Store_(34635636926)

Costco will bump its minimum wage to $16 next week

The company, which has 12 stores in Minnesota, is pushing ahead of retailers Target and Amazon with its new minimum wage

Seth Green/Gopher Football

Gophers wildcat QB Seth Green announces decision to transfer

Green will have immediate eligibility as a graduate transfer.

Minneapolis skyline

Minneapolis pays 3 times more than it receives in state funds, new report says

This report comes as state lawmakers are debating proposals opponents say would "bail out" the state's largest city.

Kirk Cousins

Coller: Is Kirk Cousins' contract extension helping or hurting the Vikings?

Matthew Coller writes a weekly Vikings column for BMTN, with more of his work found at Purple Insider.

University of minnesota sign

U of M gets $5M donation for new center to address racial inequality in healthcare

Using a donation from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, the School of Public Health will work to address racial disparities in healthcare.

Related