(1 of ) Gourmet burgers and hot dogs and plenty of beer.
(2 of ) The new Paooza lobster roll is a big step up from traditional ballpark fare.
(3 of ) Rawhide consulting with Stompers staff at the ballpark.
(4 of ) Lots of Stompers host families were in the stands to cheer on their players on opening night in Sonoma.
(5 of ) The Cork Pullers sing the National Anthem. (James W. Toy III)
(6 of ) Lots of Stompers gear for sale.
(7 of ) The Stompers broadcaster reports live from the game. Here he watched a fly ball soar overhead.
(8 of ) It was a beautiful night for the first home game.
(9 of ) Mary's Pizza still sells pizza just inside the ballpark entrance.
(10 of ) The grandstands filled up quickly for the first home game on June 5.
(11 of ) Councilmember Rachel Hundley showed off her favorite new invention - a compostable plate/beer holder.
(12 of ) A big hot slice is still available this year at the ballpark.
(13 of ) Lots of Stompers branding at the ballpark. Park at your own risk right outside the gate.
(14 of ) A new pizza oven sears Palooza oysters and crisp pretzel bites.
(15 of ) All American fun at the ballpark in Sonoma.
(16 of ) A greatly-expanded ballpark menu for 2018.
(17 of ) Palooza ballpark menu.
(18 of ) Palooza has an elaborate a new ballpark kitchen this year.
(19 of ) The Stompers have employed more than a dozen local teens this summer.
(20 of ) Are you hungry yet?
(21 of ) Rawhide is great with the kids, even when they test his stomach muscles.
(22 of ) Friendly table service for food and drinks at the ballpark.
(23 of ) Fans from 5 to 85 at the ballpark on Tuesday night for the first home game.
(24 of ) The Stompers lineup for opening night.
(25 of ) Rayson Romero crosses home plate. (James W. Toy III)
(26 of ) TyRelle Harris greets DJ Sharabi after his name is called as part of the Stompers opening day roster. (James W. Toy III)
(27 of ) Stompers win. (James W. Toy III)
(28 of ) The Cork Pullers sing the National Anthem. (James W. Toy III)
(29 of ) Mayor Madolyn Agrimonti shakes hands with reliever Daniel Bodisbaugh after throwing the ceremonial first pitch. (James W. Toy III)