Things got messy at CHS Field on Tuesday, Aug. 14. The St. Paul Saints (Independent Professional, American Association) paid tribute to the 40th anniversary of the movie Animal House with a huge ballpark “FOOD FIIIIGHT!” Read press release here.
Fresh off its first year running its new “Craft Beer Corner,” the home of Syracuse Chiefs (Triple-A, International League) will aim to boost the power of its beer selection at its annual post-season Ballpark Craft Beer Festival set for Saturday, Sept. 29 at NBT Bank Stadium. Learn more here.
As commercial real estate is snapped up in the St. George area, one location has been conspicuously undeveloped — a 7,500-square-foot retail space operated by the New York City Economic Development Corp. adjacent to the Richmond County Bank Ballpark, home of the Staten Island Yankees (Single-A, New York-Penn League). Read more here.
The 16 men and women who gathered at a restaurant in South San Francisco one afternoon for an informal reunion would be vaguely familiar to many Bay Area sports fans. Read more here.
The refrain “Cold beer!” isn’t uncommon at a baseball park. But at Lindquist Field, home of the Ogden Raptors (Rookie, Pioneer League), fans who hear it with a certain timbre know it’s a little different. Because it’s Barry the Beer Guy. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Mississippi Braves are excited to announce the new food items we’re now offering at our concession stands and the re-branding of the new stand “Mississippi Fixin’s”.
The ceaseless debate about what baseball park in America is serving the best craft beers might just have a new winner: San Francisco’s AT&T Park, home of MLB’s San Francisco Giants. Read more and view photos here.