Connecticut may not have any major league clubs, but it has a lot of minor league, twilight and college baseball teams, and some fine stadiums where fans can go to see them play. Where there are stadiums, of course, there are also sports bars – and here are just five such establishments where Connecticut baseball fans can go watch the season opener, at least on television.
A lawyer says a Connecticut minor league baseball player hit by former major leaguer Jose Offerman in a 2007 baseball bat attack has won nearly $1 million in a lawsuit.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ A player suing ex-major leaguer Jose Offerman for a bat-wielding attack at a minor league baseball game in 2007 says Offerman has repeatedly failed to show up for depositions to […]
Pete Rose stood behind the batting cage Monday, joking as former major leaguer Joe Mather hit ball after ball to center field during batting practice for the Bridgeport Bluefish.
Here are five of the most hip and hot spots for good eats before a game.
Hundreds of bluefish are turning up dead off the coast of Long Island– and nobody knows why.
By Leon A. Sylvester Limited access throughout Connecticut makes saltwater fishing difficult for those who do not have access to a boat. Surfcasters and shore bound fishermen are always on the lookout for new spots […]
By Leon A. Sylvester The tidal section of the Housatonic River is a 7-mile stretch of brackish water, which feeds into Long Island Sound along the shores of the towns of Stratford and Milford. This […]