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"(AP) — Officials say Hartford's minor league baseball team won't be playing its first home game at the new $65 million Dunkin' Donuts Park until at least mid-summer. After developers missed a May 17 deadline for 'substantial completion' of the downtown ballpark, Stadium Authority Chair I. Charles Matthews says completion time for the Hartford Yard Goats' new home has been pushed back until late June or early July.", www.seattlepi.com
"NORWICH — Dodd Stadium will host the Hartford Yard Goats for seven additional games according to an agreement announced Thursday between the Yard Goats and Dodd’s home team, the Connecticut Tigers.The Yard Goats, the Double-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, added home games in Norwich from June 1-3 and June 5-6. That includes doubleheaders on June 1 and June 5. The team also announced plans to play home games in Reading, Pa. from June 14-16.The announcement came just two days", www.norwichbulletin.com
"HARTFORD — After touring Dunkin' Donuts Park on Wednesday morning, the head of the Hartford Stadium Authority said he thinks the minor league stadium is a month away from being ready for baseball.Standing on the upper level of the third base side of the ballpark, authority Chairman I. Charles Mathews said he and others did a walk-through to get a better handle on just how much work remains.'Unless someone tells me different I think we're 30 days out,' said Mathews. 'The goal is to play", www.norwichbulletin.com
"(AP) — Hartford's mayor says the developers of the city's new $65 million minor league baseball stadium failed to meet another deadline for having the park ready for delivery to the Double-A Yard Goats. The team was hoping to begin playing at the stadium on May 31, but officials have said they will need two weeks to prepare for a home opener. Under the agreement, because the developer missed Tuesday's deadline, the team is no longer obligated to pay $2 million toward the construction costs.", www.chron.com
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