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Midway Stadium

1771 Energy Park Drive St. Paul, MN 55108 | Como | 651-646-1679

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Midway Stadium is located on Energy Park Drive in St. Paul, and is the longtime home of the Saint Paul Saints baseball team. The cozy ballpark was built in 1982, and can seat just over 10,000 fans for a baseball game. While the Saints are fighting to get a new home in St. Paul, Midway Stadium's unique history and charm still makes it a noteworthy destination for area baseball fans. Saints games are always a fun time, with plenty of peculiar but memorable promotional events taking place (one example: atheists' night) throughout the season, as well as a high quality of baseball without the size and scope of the Big Leagues. There are plenty of delectable concession areas located throughout the ballpark, as well as lots of room to park outside the stadium. In addition to the Saints, Midway Stadium also plays hosts to a variety of other events throughout the year, as well as live outdoor concerts.

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is the name of two different minor league baseball parks in Saint Paul, Minnesota, one now demolished and the other still in active use. The name derives from the location of the stadium in St. Paul's Midway area, so named because it's roughly halfway between the downtowns of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.