PRESS RELEASE – The Bridgeport Bluefish today announced the opening of the all-new Two Roads Beer Garden at The Ballpark at Harbor Yard for the 2015 season. The Bluefish have partnered with Two Roads Brewery of Stratford, CT, to open this brand new Beer Garden down the Ballpark’s right field line. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – Virginia Beach Neptunes Baseball Club, LLC announces that an agreement for the naming rights of the planned baseball stadium in Virginia Beach, home of the future Virginia Beach Neptunes, has been reached with a local venture capital company. The baseball team is scheduled to join the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball in 2016. Continue reading
Atlantic City opened four proposals this week for Bader Field’s redevelopment. The pitches range from returning an airport to the peninsula for business aviation and aviation entertainment, to various proposals to make the area a mixed-use sports destination. Read more and view concept renderings here. Hopefully, this is good news for The Sandcastle. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
Since early March, when the New Britain Rock Cats (Double-A, Eastern League) informed New Britain they’re ending their lease of the city’s stadium after this year, Mayor Erin Stewart has been fielding calls from interested potential tenants. She’s already spoken with top indy pro Atlantic League officials and both sides want to see whether a New Britain team could work. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Bridgeport Bluefish today announced that they are holding a contest for fans to design the team’s next billboard. The Bluefish have a new billboard up on I-95 South near The Ballpark at Harbor Yard, which they will use to keep fans updated on upcoming games and events throughout the season. Now, fans have the opportunity to tell the Bluefish what else they would Continue reading
The Virginia Beach Neptunes (Indy Pro, Atlantic League) are closing in on raising the $6 million that will allow them to borrow an estimated $40 million more through bonds needed to build a new ballpark and bring the team to town, according to the team, investors and the city. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the heads up.