Minute Maid Park Dev
Square Footage for Meeting Space: 1,263,240 square feet
Diamond Club: 297
Field Boxes: 9,392
Crawford Boxes: 681
Bullpen Boxes: 2,236
Center Field Patio: 106
Club Level: 4,798
Suite Level: 880
Terrace Deck: 3,254
Upper Deck: 7,547
Outfield Deck: 2,949
Number of Fields: 1
- Fans are allowed to re-enter only until the first pitch of the game. Once the game has begun, tickets will not be scanned for re-entry.
- No refunds or exchanges are given for Astros tickets.
- All bags, purses, and containers will be searched prior to entry. Guests entering the Park may also be subject to inspection by random metal-detection wand.
- Guests are not allowed to bring alcohol into or out of the Club and Suite levels, as well as the ballpark on the whole.
- Animals, except for trained dogs or service animals assisting visitors with disabilities, are not permitted on Minute Maid Property.
- Fans age 2 and under may be admitted to Astros games without an admission ticket, but they must sit in the lap of an accompanying adult.
- Prohibited items: aerosol cans, alcohol, animals, bags larger than 16" x 16" x 8", banners or signs larger than 3' x 2', beverages and containers other than factory-sealed plastic water bottles 1 liter or less, cameras with lenses larger than 4.5 inches, clothing deemed obscene or indecent, coolers, costume masks, fireworks, folding chairs, food in a portion larger than a clear, one gallon size bag, inflatables, illegal drugs, laser pointers, luggage, noise makers, poles or sticks of any kind, skateboards, roller skates, roller shoes, bicycles, wagons for children, tripods, bipods, or monopods, weapons, and any other item deemed inappropriate of hazardous by ballpark security.
July 13, 2004, Minute Maid Park hosted the 2004 Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
October 9, 2005, Minute Maid Park hosted the longest postseason game in MLB history.
October 25, 2005, Minute Maid Park hosted the first World Series game ever played in Texas, and the longest World Series games ever played.
June 28, 2007, Craig Biggio hit his 3000th career hit, the first Astro to do so.
September 30, 2007, Craig Biggio's last game of his career, Minute Maid Park hit the highest attendance in its eight-year history by selling 43,823 tickets, 107% of its capacity.
April 5, 2010, opening day of Minute Maid Park surpassed its highest attendance total by selling 43,836 tickets. 13 more tickets than its previous record.
2006 hosted the first leg of the quarterfinal between Portmore United of Jamaica and Club America of Mexico.
Minute Maid Park is the host of the Houston College Classic college baseball.
In 2008, Madonna performed a concert as part of her Sticky and Sweet Tour.
Year Built: 1997