DubSea Fish Sticks Season @ Mel Olson Stadium

Yes, they sell fish sticks 🐟

📸: Courtesy DubSea Fish Sticks | Photo by Robby Mullikin

⚾ Season runs now through July 29th
⏰ Fourth of July game @ 11:05 am
🎟️ Game tickets here
📍Mel Olson Stadium, inside Steve Cox Memorial Park: 1321 SW 102nd St, Seattle

Last summer, I went down to White Center for a $3 Thursday DubSea Fish Sticks baseball game—and right on entering, someone asked me if I wanted to be part of a water balloon toss happening later in the game. I declined, which I still regret, but it was a great intro to the good times happening at Fish Sticks baseball games.

The DubSea Fish Sticks are a summer collegiate baseball team that plays at Mel Olsen Stadium, inside King County’s Steve Cox Memorial Park. They typically play through the summer, with this year’s season running through July 29th. You can catch a rousing mid-morning game against Diamond Sports on the 4th of July, or if you’re looking for an afternoon activity with the familyKids Day is on July 18th. And as mentioned, they have $3 games every Thursday—a great budget-friendly option!

Games are family-friendly, with exciting sports action and silly antics between innings (see: water balloon toss). Grab classic baseball fare at the concession stand (they do sell fish sticks!) or go to the “Ice Chest” beer and wine garden for a cold drink. You may also see their mascot, Fin Crispy Jr., walking around with a water gun, ready to spray some sports fans.


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Kaylyn Nese

Kaylyn is a Seattle-based writer and musician who is always on the verge of releasing music. You can usually find her wandering around Discovery Park, looking for another leather jacket to add to her collection, or taking pictures of sunsets.