New Jersey has come along way in the baseball revival world over the past two decades. We haven’t personally done the math, but it looks like folks in the Garden State can lay claim to having the most minor league and indy pro baseball teams per square mile than any other state, and some believe there is room for a few more. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the article.
New Jersey: The State of Baseball
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2 responses to “New Jersey: The State of Baseball”
Sorry. I’d rather go to where there’s more baseball per capita: North Carolina.
That actually seems more right, even without adding the Coastal Plain teams.