Polar Park

Worcester, Massachusetts. It’s baseball season and one of my new favorite parks is the Polar Park.

If you know Worcester, you are familiar with the inflatable polar bear that graces the sign for Polar on Route 291 as you go by Holy Cross College. Polar is the local tonic (or soda pop as they say nowadays). Worcester is also home to Table Talk Pies and Coney Island hotdogs and now, Polar Park.

Polar Park

Polar Park’s inaugural season, 2022, was both for the Park and the Woosox baseball team. The Woosox are a feeder team for the Boston Red Sox. It was definitely designed by someone who knew baseball. I don’t think there is a bad seat in the house, so it’s got a democratic streak. Some seats may be distance from the clubhouse food, but who needs that when Coney Island sells its hotdogs at the games.


Take me out to the ballgame at Polar Park

Polar Park

May Polar Park live long and prosper.

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“Never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.” – Babe Ruth

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