The New Britain Bees (Independent Professional, Atlantic League) will play as a summer collegiate team in the Futures League in 2020. Read more here. Read background about team’s departure from the Atlantic League here and here.
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The New Britain Bees (Independent Professional, Atlantic League) will be playing baseball in New Britain (CT) for at least one more year, though their league affiliation for 2020 is unclear. Reports are that the team will play in the Can-Am League (Independent Professional). Read more here and here.
The beautiful 6,700-seat ballpark on the Camden Waterfront, opened in 2001 for the departed Camden Riversharks (Independent Professional, Atlantic League), will be demolished soon, according to George E. Norcross III, a power hitter in South Jersey business and politics. Read more here.
The New Britain Bees (Independent Professional, Atlantic League) baseball team has launched a major initiative to make the stadium and the game easier for disabled fans to manage. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
PRESS RELEASE – The New Britain Bees have announced the hiring of veteran minor league baseball executive Gerry Berthiaume as the team’s new general manager. Berthiaume brings over 15 years of successful minor league operating experience in the New Britain market to the Bees and begins work January 23, as current GM Pat Day steps down to pursue new career opportunities. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – In 140 Characters or Less: A #NewTradition begins: New Britain Bees face York Revolution in inaugural Opening Day tonight at New Britain Stadium! 6:35 PM first pitch! Continue reading
Campbell’s Field and Camden County (NJ) are still searching for a tenant after the Camden Riversharks (Independent Professional, Atlantic League) left the city for New Britain (CT) last October after an impasse over lease negotiations. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – New Britain Bees ownership today announced the hiring of Patrick Day as the team’s first General Manager. Day will be in New Britain on Tuesday, December 15 at 11:30 a.m. to hold a press conference at which he will be introduced to the media and will name the team’s first ever Field Manager. the press conference will be held at City Hall in Room 504. Continue reading