The Reno Aces Take the 7th Inning Stretch to a New Level...

Are you looking for ways to enhance your ballpark experience? Are you looking for new ways to offer entertainment value around the 7th inning stretch?

The Class AAA Reno Aces of the Pacific Coast League opened their new $50MM Aces Ballpark in 2009 with an innovative, eye opening attraction -  a monstrous, interactive singing baseball that climbs the center field wall. The giant Aces baseball leads the crowd in singing the 7th Inning Stretch - an act that many in attendance fans would find humorous, while some may truly be frightened.

The team's new signature outfield mascot demonstrates how organizations (especially those in the minor league ranks) are looking to feature more eye-catching elements that enhance the fan experience at the ballpark. The monstrous, interactive baseball serves as an additional reason for fans to come out to the ballpark and enjoy a truly unique experience. Check out the Aces Baseball below: