Sheboygan A's Baseball

Renovation Project Information

Rules & Procedures

Wildwood Baseball Park, Sheboygan, WI

For everybody's safety and enjoyment, the Sheboygan A's ask all fans to abide by the rules and procedures outlined below. Please read them carefully.

  1. For their own safety and for everyone else's enjoyment, children must walk, not run, in the seating and concourse areas.
  2. All foul balls must be returned to the A's. Children are not to chase foul balls hit into the parking lot or street. The club has ball-chasers.
  3. You must be 21 years of age to purchase alcoholic beverages at A's games.
  4. There are four seating areas at the stadium: General Admission (gold), Grandstand (brown), Box Seats (red) and the Bud Backstop (field level). Group night ticket holders must sit in the gold general admission sections. Keep your ticket stub. Remember that fans have paid higher prices for the reserved Grandstand and Box seats. General Admission ticket holders sitting in the reserved center section will be asked to move.
  5. Please do not litter. As you leave the stadium, use the containers and barrels for your trash.
  6. Smoking is not allowed in the seating section.
  7. You and your car are here at your own risk. The A's are not responsible for broke windshields and dents or personal injuries incurred by batted or thrown balls. Stay alert; watch the game. If you see the ball coming, it is unlikely that you will get hurt.
  8. Only authorized personnel are allowed in the dugout area. Players will be available for autographs and pictures before and after games, not during games.
  9. The concessions stand will close in the last inning. Ask an Sheboygan Athletic Club member about the 10th inning.
  10. Pre-game tailgating is allowed at Wildwood Baseball Park. Please dispose of all trash in the proper trash bins.
  11. Carry-ins are not permitted within the park.
  12. Pets are not permitted in the park at any time.
  13. Inning and Door Prizes are awarded on the basis of numbers on the game programs which are available at the ticket booth located at the main entrance of the stadium. On-field Games and contests are open to fans, but they must sign up at the fan services center as they enter the park. A 50-50 raffle will be held and Wisconsin Lottery pull tabs are available.