The St. Croix River Hounds and its new ballpark will have to wait until the 2020 season, perhaps that is a good thing.
The City of Wichita said goodbye to Lawrence-Dumont Stadium and will soon begin construction of a new Triple-A ballpark. It is indeed the end of an era for the 84-year-old ballpark.
The past few weeks have been very interesting in the world of summer collegiate baseball. There have been copious amounts of franchises coming and going, that everytime an article is devised, it has to be suddenly changed to coordinate with that day’s news.
Stadium Journey announces its top 20 independent ballparks from across the multiple independent baseball leagues in the United States and Canada.
When Dunkin’ Donuts announced earlier this week that they will be changing their name to the more streamlined Dunkin’, it caused a ripple effect that went beyond coffee and donuts to the sports scene here in New England. Local sports fans pondered: Will this affect the names of our favorite sports venues?
Coors Field is the home of the Colorado Rockies of the National League West division of MLB (Major League Baseball). Coors Field celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2015. Still a new stadium, yes? Even so, it is the third oldest National League ballpark in MLB only being built after Wrigley Field (1914) and Dodgers Stadium (1962) and before all the other current National League baseball parks. The stadium is a similar architecture of Camden Yards with the red brick and the green seats. Coors Field was the first stadium where outfield seats were placed facing towards the infield (it was an innovative idea at the time).