My first game in Utah, which we got to after 9 days of adventure hiking in the southern part of the state. 5 National Parks, amazing sights and challenging hiking. Ogden is a little bit north of Salt Lake, and like much of the Salt Lake valley, the eastern side has impressive mountains overlooking the city. Thankfully, the architects decide the outfield should face the mountains, so this park has some incredible views, and they got even better as the sunset made the mountains look redder than normal. As in much of Utah, the people were nice. When we were waiting in line to get tickets, someone came up and gave us his extra. Thanks! This being a rookie-ball level game, I wasn’t expecting a huge park. And it wasn’t. A great size, and it had a good number of fans. Maybe because there was the “Raptor burger”! A hamburger with a sausage on top? Sounds great! Jack McDowell was a pitcher for the White Sox back when I was growing up, and he is the coach for the Raptors. He has his work cut out for him with these rookies. I saw a guy run through his stop sign, and get thrown out by a mile. Coach was not happy! I do like that on the visitors dugout it says “Prey” on top. The hat is also pretty cool, with the raptor climbing out of the O. The crowd was relatively engaged, and it had some of the same type between inning promotions as normal. This was a fun place to see a game, and the view definitely helped!