Beating Frawley Stadium 56 percent to 44 percent in the final round of voting, fans chose Lake Elsinore Storm as their favorite High-A facility. The Diamond is the first California League ballpark to take the top spot in the Best of the Ballparks since voting began in 2015.
“Our fans truly are the reason we are here,” said Storm CEO / Co-General Manager Shaun Brock. “We love our Storm community and thank them for their support during these trying times. We look forward to seeing them in their #1 voted stadium soon!”
According to Ballpark Digest, 32,000 fans participated in the voting. “Congratulations to the Storm and their fans for snaring this title,” said Ballpark Digest Publisher Kevin Reichard. “It’s great to see a California League ballpark winning this title for the first time.”
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