FNB Field in Harrisburg, PA, is the home of the Harrisburg Senators, the Washington Nationals' Double-A Northeast farm team. A home field on the Susquehanna River's City Island has rarely been a problem, but in 2011 flooding forced the Sens to the road for their entire post-season.
Opened in 1987, the second oldest baseball park in what was then known as the Eastern League was HOK Sport's first to host professional ball; now Populous, HOK soon pioneered "downtown retro" parks like Baltimore's Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Commerce Bank of Harrisburg bought naming rights in 2004, in 2009 re-naming itself Metro Bank and the ballpark accordingly. FNB acquired Metro in 2016, also rebranding both bank and ballpark.
The stadium, which seats 6,187, "stars" as the spring training facility in Major League II (1994). It received a $32 million renovation during the winters of 2008-2009 and 2009-2010, with about 150 seats removed.
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