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Fox Cities Stadium
Neuroscience Group Field
at Fox Cities Stadium
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Inside Fox Cities Stadium (June 9, 2006)
Full nameNeuroscience Group Field
at Fox Cities Stadium
Former namesFox Cities Stadium (1995-2007)
Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium (2007-2013)
Location2400 North Casaloma Drive
P.O. Box 7464
Appleton, WI 54913
Located in Grand Chute, Wisconsin,[1]
Coordinates44°17?01?N 88°28?07?W / 44.283524°N 88.468742°W / 44.283524; -88.468742Coordinates: 44°17?01?N 88°28?07?W / 44.283524°N 88.468742°W / 44.283524; -88.468742
OwnerFox Cities Sports Authority
OperatorAppleton Baseball Club, Inc.
Capacity5,900 (2013-present)
5,500 (1995-2012)
Field sizeLeft Field: 325 ft (99 m)
Center Field: 400 ft (122 m)
Right Field: 325 ft (99 m)
Broke groundAugust 17, 1994
OpenedApril 20, 1995[4]
Construction cost$5.5 million
($9.23 million in 2019 dollars[2])
General contractorOscar J. Boldt Construction
Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (MWL) (1995-present)
NCAA Division III College World Series (2000-2018)

Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium, formerly Fox Cities Stadium (1995-2007), and Time Warner Cable Field at Fox Cities Stadium (2007-2013), is a baseball park in Grand Chute, Wisconsin (although the address is for Appleton, Wisconsin).[5] It is primarily used for baseball, and is the home field of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, a Midwest League team which functions as the Class A minor league baseball affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. The stadium also hosts a few music concerts each year. From 2000 until 2018, it hosted the NCAA Division III College World Series; the contract to host the event ran out in 2018 and the stadium chose to not renew the contract due to the expanded D-III playoffs schedule conflcting with the Timber Rattlers' schedule.[6] The stadium was built in 1995, and now holds 5,900 people. It is also the host of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association High School Spring Baseball Championship.[7]


On March 9, 2007, Time Warner Cable, which provides TV and internet service to the local area and broadcasts Timber Rattlers games on their local cable sports channel, signed a 10-year naming rights deal.[8] Terms of the deal were not disclosed. In December 2013 Time Warner opted out of the final three years of the deal. In January 2014 Neuroscience Group, a local neurology practice, reached a 10-year deal for naming rights. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.[9]


In November 2012 the stadium began a major renovation that was completed in 2013. This allows for functions such as weddings or large meetings on a year-round basis.[10]

Outside Fox Cities Stadium (June 5, 2006)


  • "Fox Cities Stadium". Minor League Baseball. February 1, 2006. Retrieved 2008.
  1. ^ "Town Of Grand Chute WI Demographic Data and Boundary Map". Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800-". Retrieved 2020.
  3. ^ Ostrowski, Jeff (July 26, 1999). "Major Firms Playing in the Minors Too". SportsBusiness Journal. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ Gardiner, Charles F. (April 21, 1995). "Batter Up: Appleton Fans Fill New Park on a Soggy Day". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 2011.
  5. ^ "Grand Chute Map" (PDF). Retrieved 2017.
  6. ^ "Cedar Rapids' Memorial Stadium to be the new home for the D-III World Series in 2019". D3baseball. 18 April 2017. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ Association, Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic. "Baseball - Spring | Sports | Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association". Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ Christopherson, Brett (March 9, 2007). "Rattlers Sell Field-Naming Rights". The Post-Crescent. Appleton. Retrieved 2014.
  9. ^ Penzenstadler, Nick (January 15, 2014). "Timber Rattlers Name Neuroscience Group New Corporate Partner". The Post-Crescent. Appleton. Archived from the original on May 25, 2015. Retrieved 2014.
  10. ^ "2013 Stadium Renovations". Minor League Baseball. October 3, 2012. Retrieved 2014.

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