The Syracuse Mets’ (Triple-A, International League) 2019 Ballpark Craft Beer Festival, featuring samples of more than 100 beers from 50 or so breweries, will be 7 to 10 p.m. Friday June 21. That’s an off-night for the team. In previous years, the beer fest had been held in September, after the end of the season. Read more here.
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The New York Mets announced on Tuesday that the Syracuse Chiefs are becoming the Syracuse Mets. The Mets purchased the team last year and will put its Triple-A players on the field of NBT Bank Stadium starting next spring. Read more here. The New York Mets and Onondaga County have also agreed to a lease extension that should keep Triple-A baseball in town through at least 2043 driven by $25 million worth of improvements. Read more here. View ballpark renderings here and 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.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo took some time between announcing initiatives in his “State of the State” address on Wednesday to break a little baseball news: The Syracuse Chiefs (Triple-A, International League) will become the Syracuse Mets starting in 2019. Read more here.
The New York Mets have reached an agreement to buy the Syracuse Chiefs (Triple-A, International League) and make the baseball team its top minor league affiliate. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Syracuse Chiefs announced this week that they will transform into the Syracuse Salt Potatoes for one game this season on Saturday, August 5th. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League is proud to announce the newest addition to its roster, the Onondaga Flames. Continue reading
The Syracuse Chiefs (Triple-A, International League) have unveiled new alternative logos and colors that align with the parent club but also offer a throw back to the team’s unis of the 1930s. Read more and view logos here.
Onondaga Community College in Syracuse (NY) held a dedication ceremony Thursday for its new baseball stadium. As much as we love natural turf, the synthetic surface the Lazers and other users will be playing on should be a good fit for the spring weather in Central New York. The project architect was Appel Osborne. Read more here. View aerial here.
The Triple-A Syracuse Chiefs will celebrate their 100th season in the International League in 2014 with a specially designed patch that players will wear on the left shoulder of their home and road jerseys. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.