Here at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium, we anticipate all who enter to have an amazing time in a safe, family-friendly environment at our ballpark. In our efforts to ensure the best possible experience, our ballpark policy explicitly prohibits the following actions –
Trespassing onto the playing field and interfering with the progress of game;
Throwing objects onto the field or anywhere on the concourse or seating bowl;
Using foul or obscene language, behavior, or gestures;
Using offensive language concerning another person’s race, ethnicity, gender, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, or national origin;
Excessive or underage consumption of alcohol;
Disruptive, unruly, or abusive behavior;
Accessing areas of the ballpark without a proper ticket, pass, or credential;
Misusing tickets, passes, or credentials;
Attempting to bring alcoholic beverages, weapons, drugs and/or any other prohibited items into the ballpark;
Any conduct deemed to be inappropriate or dangerous to spectators or team members;
Failure to comply with any public health-related policies and protocols;
Conduct resulting in damage to the stadium or other personal property;
Failure to comply with directions from stadium management or public safety personnel in the interest of the safety of themselves or others.
Failure to abide by our policy will not be tolerated. All violations can lead to consequences such as a warning, ejection from the ballpark, being banned from attending future IronBirds’ games and stadium events and/or being arrested by law enforcement.
Fans are encouraged to report issues and concerns to stadium personnel and law enforcement officers. Call 410-297-9292 to report issues. This policy applies to all employees of Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium, their sub-contractors and spectators entering the stadium.