We visited here with the Kingston's way back I think in May of 2008. It was about the coldest I have ever been at a ball game- it was about 41 degrees and the wind was blowing at 15-20 mph. We only lasted until about the fifth inning.
As close to the feel of a major league stadium as one will find in the minors. A fine facility on the whole, Pilot Field (now known as Coca-Cola field) is set in downtown Buffalo. With a capacity of 20,000+ it is one of the biggest minor league stadiums, and is annually among the attendance leaders in the minors. Most of the seating is on the field level, with some club level seating. A large concourse area houses a great variety of food and concession stands. A restaurant also resides on the premises down the right field line. Most of the seats in the stadium provide a view similar to what you would find in a major league stadium, certainly not typical of the intimacy of the lower minor leagues. The atmosphere is great with many promotions and fans who seem to enjoy the games. Ticket prices are quite low for such an outstanding facility and high level of minor league ball.
Minor league affiliations
International League (1998–Present)
Major league affiliations
Toronto Blue Jays (2013–Present)
New York Mets (2009–2012)
Minor league titles
1933, 1936, 1957, 1961, 1997, 1998, 2004
1998, 2001, 2004, 2005
Buffalo Bisons (1979–Present)
Scarlet, blue, white
Coca-Cola Field (1988–Present)
War Memorial Stadium (1961–1970, 1979–1987)