Tag: NY-Penn League

The Last Connection to a Passed Friend

One of my favorite ballparks to visit in the New York-Penn League is the one in Brooklyn, where the Cyclones play. To the right of the stadium is the Atlantic Ocean, the boardwalk is behind the outfield walls, and there’s a fantastic candy shop right down the street (plus the original Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs

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From Minor League Baseball to a Minor Disappointment

I thought that yesterday’s morning game for the Worcester Tornadoes would be another chance for me to catch a game at night. This time, I was preparing for a bit of a homecoming. The Hudson Valley Renegades had a 7:05pm game at Dutchess Stadium yesterday, which is less than an hour away from Suffern, NY,

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From Minor League Baseball to… Minor League Hockey: Part 1

For those of you who know my college background, it’s not a surprise I’m involved in hockey again. I was lucky enough to broadcast Boston University’s Men’s Ice Hockey Championship a couple years ago. I also covered hockey last season, when I was the beat reporter for Merrimack College on USCHO. I loved working with

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