The home clubhouse at Diethrick Park on Jamestown’s eastside was a popular place Monday afternoon as baseball fans, city officials and media filled the room for an announcement six months in the making. Read more here.
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The Jamestown Jammers will cease operation for the 2019 season as a team in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (Summer Collegiate). Team and city officials made the announcement Wednesday at Russell Diethrick Park. ROC Ventures plans to donate the team and its assets to a local nonprofit organization. Read more here.
Damaschke Field, for decades the site of baseball games and community events, will be renovated thanks to a $1 million state grant. The grant, funded through the State and Municipal Facilities Program, will be used to demolish the park’s grandstand and rehabilitate the space to provide a safe, family-friendly recreational area. Read more here.
Some $145,000 in improvements are on deck next spring at the ballpark at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds in Watertwon (NY), including a new sound system and bleachers and a series of improvements in the facility’s locker rooms. The roof above the locker rooms also will be repaired. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League is proud to announce that the Elmira Pioneers and Historic Dunn Field will host the 2018 All-Star Game presented by Hilliard Corporation and STCF on July 18th in Elmira, New York.
PRESS RELEASE – A new era in summer collegiate baseball in Upstate New York is on the horizon. After an extensive four-month-long search process, the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL) is thrilled to announce that Robert Julian, former President of the New York-Penn League, has been named its next President & General Counsel and that Joe Milazzo, current head baseball coach at Utica College, has been tabbed the league’s Vice President.
Genessee County Baseball Club (GCBC), the nonprofit that has owned the Batavia Muckdogs (Single-A, New York-Penn League, issued a statement last week announcing that the franchise has been transferred to the league. Read statement here. If the NYPL Muckdogs do not return to Dwyer Stadium in 2018, expect the summer collegiate PGCBL and NYCBL to be all over it.