A day out at High Point Solutions Stadium is one of exceptional value and pleasure. As a fan, it is very nice to be able to go out and see some Power 5 conference football at a very reasonable price. It would be great to see the Rutgers program rebound and get back to somewhat national prominence.
Following a ground breaking ceremony on January 20, 1994, the Hudson Valley Renegades began their baseball existence less than just five months late. Dutchess Stadium opened on June 18th of that year, joining in on the minor league baseball boom of the 1990s that saw the construction of many new ballparks across the country. This is a rather remarkable accomplishment considering the brutal weather this area endures during the winter months, so to say that the organization and its fans were anxious would be an absolute understatement.
The Chiefs are under fairly new management and third year General Manager Jason Smorol has very high hopes in turning this organization around and trying to get back to the Strasburg days at NBT Bank Stadium. Until that happens, this lonely ballpark remains a snoozer.
A night out at Coca-Cola Park is one of exceptional value and pleasure. As a fan, one can appreciate the great lengths in which Lehigh Valley brass and game day staff go in order to insure that their fans are continually pleased with their experiences at the park.
The Phillies have called Clearwater their spring “home away from home” since 1947, and have made themselves welcomed and loved by the community. During the 2008 World Series against the actual home team, the Tampa Bay Rays, Clearwater was the only city in Tampa Bay to shed the blue and gold for red and white, proudly joining in the celebration of the Phillies’ arrival to Tropicana Field that October.