PRESS RELEASE – The Rockland Boulders announced today their preliminary promotion schedule for the 2016 season. Along with premium giveaways and staples like the “Fireworks Extravaganzas”, many fan favorites will make a return to Provident Bank Park this year, helping fans “Experience the FunShine” that comes with Boulders baseball. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – The Rockland Boulders will be hosting their fourth annual “Beers Around the Bases” Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, May 14, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Provident Bank Park. Fans will be able to enjoy unlimited tastings of more than 20 craft beers, as well as live music and entertainment, throughout the event. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Rockland Boulders, in conjunction with the Sussex County Miners, announced today that the two teams will meet at Doubleday Field in historic Cooperstown, New York for the second annual Cooperstown Can-Am Classic on Tuesday, July 26 at 1:00pm. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Rockland Boulders unveiled a new, mobile-friendly website on Tuesday, January 12th, helping to streamline the fan experience across all platforms; smartphone, tablet, and desktop. The new site utilizes a responsive web design architecture, allowing for optimal viewing and interaction regardless of what device fans connect with RocklandBoulders.com. Continue reading
Scott Freier is not on the New Jersey Jackals (Indy Pro, Can-Am League) roster, but he does play for the team. In fact, Mr. Freier, 46, an insurance adjuster from Bloomfield (NJ), may be the best-known person at the minor league team’s games, if only by his nickname: the Trumpet Guy. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
When Al Dorso and a group of investors purchased Skylands Park in October 2013 he took a tour of the 4,200-seat stadium and began formulating a vision of what he wanted the stadium to look like. The vision included a restaurant, which after two years of being a dream is on the cusp of opening. Read more here. Read about the end of the Miners season here. Thanks to John Cerone for the links.