The “Boys of Summer” are back in town—though for a couple of weeks, they might still be the “Boys of sunny and 60 degrees one day, snow the next.” Either way, Pacific Coast League Baseball is back.
The Salt Lake Bees’ home, Spring Mobile Ballpark, is a beautiful setting. You can grab a blanket, pay just $8 to get in, sit on the grass berm around the outfield and watch the sunset, or choose any of the seats running from $8-$23 and look out on a field framed by the Wasatch Mountains in the background.
Ticket prices become even more attractive on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, when 2-for-1 ticket deals can be had through various sponsors. In terms of food, you can eat the national meal—hot dogs—for just $1 while watching the national pastime on Wednesdays. Kids eat free on Tuesdays, and you can eat like a kid every game by getting ice cream in one of those little plastic helmets.