The St. Paul Saints have had a successful public-private partnership with the City of Saint Paul dating back to 1992. The community has embraced the Saints since its first season in 1993 and made it one of the most celebrated Minor League Baseball teams in the country.
An independent professional baseball club, the Saints were one of the founding members of the Northern League and are now part of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball.
Over the past two decades, the Saints have developed their own unique brand of baseball, complete with pigs that deliver baseballs to umpires, a nun who gives massages in the outfield, and mimes who perform instant replays.
The Saints front office has been working to make Lowertown the site of a new regional ballpark since 2009, and the team is investing $11 million in the project.
The CHS Field will be the new home of the Saints as of 2015. The ballpark will be designed to provide the best fan experience, while maintaining the Saints’ tradition of providing affordable family fun.
Experience Saints baseball for yourself in one of the last seasons at Midway Stadium. Visit the St. Paul Saints website for more information and the 2014 season schedule.