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  2. Coolray Field | Stripers -

    The Official Site of the Gwinnett Stripers Coolray Field Going to the Game? Here are a few basic things you should know before heading to Coolray Field: GPS ADDRESS The GPS address for Coolray...

  3. Coolray Field A-to-Z Guide | Stripers -

    Coolray Field has two ATM locations: On the main plaza near the Ticket Office On the third base concourse near the concession stands Bags Clear Bag Policy: All guests are permitted to bring one...

  4. Coolray Field - Wikipedia

    Coolray Field (formerly known as Gwinnett Stadium) is a 10,427-seat minor league baseball park in unincorporated Gwinnett County, Georgia (with a mailing address in Lawrenceville). It is the home field of the Gwinnett Stripers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.

  5. CoolRay Field (Lawrenceville) - All You Need to Know BEFORE ...

    Love going to Coolray Field to watch the G-Braves. Always helpful friendly staff, clean stadium and restrooms, good selection of food vendors. Went July 4th, Braves won, incredible after-game fireworks display. Only reason not excellent rating is they have implemented bag check on patrons.

  6. Coolray Field - Lawrenceville, GA - Coolray

    Coolray Field - Lawrenceville, GA - Coolray Proudly Sponsoring the Stripers Since 2010 Coolray is a proud sponsor of the Gwinnett Stripers. In 2010, we acquired the naming rights to the Gwinnett Stripers' home field, now known affectionately as Coolray Field. Coolray Field quickfacts: Built in just 9 months Open in 2009 Seats 10,427

  7. Coolray Field - Explore Gwinnett Events

    Coolray Field is the home of the AAA Gwinnett Braves, the Atlanta Braves affiliate. The 10,000 seat stadium is just down the street from Mall of Georgia, and conveniently located off I-85. The facility is state-of-the-art, with expansive berm seating and a number of corporate and super suites.

  8. Innovative. Friendly. And definitely hastily built. It’s been years since a ballpark — especially one at the Triple-A level — was designed and constructed as quickly as Gwinnett Stadium, which is just outside of Atlanta.