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Minor League Stadiums
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Bridgeport Bluefish, The Ball Park at Harbor Yard, Independent

The Bluefish compete in the Atlantic League, with a state-of-the-art $19 million stadium giving a big-league feel to the hometown game. A perennial power, the team and its stadium are an integral part of Bridgeport’s revitalization.

500 Main St., Bridgeport, CT; 877-462-5837, 203-345-4800.

Nashua Pride, Holman Stadium, Independent

A new $4 million facelift lets the Nashua Pride keep pace with the best minor-league baseball venues in the Northeast. With the fiery former Boston Red Sox skipper Butch Hobson at the helm, there’s a big-league flavor to each and every game. Baseball history was made at Holman Stadium in 1946 when Don Newcombe and Roy Campanella integrated professional baseball here.

67 Amherst St., Nashua, NH; 603-883-2255.

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