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Yale Field - {CATEGORY}

Yale Field is a stadium in West Haven, Connecticut, just across the city line with New Haven, Connecticut. It is primarily used for the Yale University baseball team, the Bulldogs, and, until 2007 was also the home field of the New Haven County Cutters Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball minor league baseball team. Yale's baseball team has played continuously at the same site since 1885 while the field was constructed and opened in April 1928. It holds 5,000 people. The New Haven County Cutters used the field from 2004 until they folded after the 2007 season. Yale Field was also the home of the New Haven Ravens during the franchise's time in the city from 1994 to 2003. It hosted the 1998 Double-A All-Star Game, and was the site of the Ravens' 2000 Eastern League championship. The team was sold and moved to Manchester, New Hampshire, where it became the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in 2004. The concourse underneath the stands is lined with the names of famous players who made appearances at the stadium. These include Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ted Williams, A. Bartlett Giamatti, and Yale first baseman and captain George H. W. Bush. During the early 20th century, Yale often played exhibitions at Yale Field against major league teams. Ted Williams played an exhibition at Yale Field two days before his major league debut in 1939. The Red Sox edged Yale 6-5 in that game even though Williams went 0-4. During President Bush's days baseball playing for Yale, the team played in both the 1947 and 1948 College World Series, losing to the University of California in 1947 and to USC in 1948. These games, which were played in Kalamazoo, MI, represent the first and last time an Ivy League team ever played in the CWS. Yale's manager during this time was former big leaguer Ethan Allen. Yale Field was the site for one of the most famous college baseball games of all time. On May 21, 1981, during a qualifying game for the College World Series, Ron Darling from Yale and Frank Viola from St. Johns dueled through 11 scoreless innings before St. Johns broke through with a run in the 12th inning to win 1-0. Both pitchers went on to have distinguished Major League careers. Darling pitched 11 innings of no-hit ball (still a college playoff record) before surrendering a single in the 12th inning.

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Address: West Haven, CT

Capacity: 6 200

Surface: Grass

Opened: 1928

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1.6 mi - New Haven Hotel

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1.7 mi - The Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale

Nestled in the heart of downtown New Haven, this upscale AAA Four Diamond hotel basks in a city that combines New England appeal with contemporary culture. The Omni is located close to Yale UniversityRead more, Union Square Metro Line and Amtrak connections. The Omni offers a full range of amenities and service, including same day laundry/dry cleaning, giftshop/newstand and a business center. Guests will find this hotel within walking distance to numerous cultural attractions. The Omni has 306 guest rooms and suites with magnificent views of Long Island Sound or the historic sites of Yale University. The rooms feature an executive desk, plush bathrobes, and complimentary, WiFi Internet access. The Omni features a full service health club featuring state of the art cardiovascular and weight training equipment. The Omni New Haven is just steps from fine dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Hide

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Yale Field - {CATEGORY}

Yale Field is a stadium in West Haven, Connecticut, just across the city line with New Haven, Connecticut. It is primarily used for the Yale University baseball team, the Bulldogs, and, until 2007 was also the home field of the New Haven County Cutters Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball minor league baseball team. Yale's baseball team has played continuously at the same site since 1885 while the field was constructed and opened in April 1928. It holds 5,000 people. The New Haven County Cutters used the field from 2004 until they folded after the 2007 season. Yale Field was also the home of the New Haven Ravens during the franchise's time in the city from 1994 to 2003. It hosted the 1998 Double-A All-Star Game, and was the site of the Ravens' 2000 Eastern League championship. The team was sold and moved to Manchester, New Hampshire, where it became the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in 2004. The concourse underneath the stands is lined with the names of famous players who made appearances at the stadium. These include Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ted Williams, A. Bartlett Giamatti, and Yale first baseman and captain George H. W. Bush. During the early 20th century, Yale often played exhibitions at Yale Field against major league teams. Ted Williams played an exhibition at Yale Field two days before his major league debut in 1939. The Red Sox edged Yale 6-5 in that game even though Williams went 0-4. During President Bush's days baseball playing for Yale, the team played in both the 1947 and 1948 College World Series, losing to the University of California in 1947 and to USC in 1948. These games, which were played in Kalamazoo, MI, represent the first and last time an Ivy League team ever played in the CWS. Yale's manager during this time was former big leaguer Ethan Allen. Yale Field was the site for one of the most famous college baseball games of all time. On May 21, 1981, during a qualifying game for the College World Series, Ron Darling from Yale and Frank Viola from St. Johns dueled through 11 scoreless innings before St. Johns broke through with a run in the 12th inning to win 1-0. Both pitchers went on to have distinguished Major League careers. Darling pitched 11 innings of no-hit ball (still a college playoff record) before surrendering a single in the 12th inning.

Yale Field - {CATEGORY}

Yale Field is a stadium in West Haven, Connecticut, just across the city line with New Haven, Connecticut. It is primarily used for the Yale University baseball team, the Bulldogs, and, until 2007 was also the home field of the New Haven County Cutters Canadian-American Association of Professional Baseball minor league baseball team. Yale's baseball team has played continuously at the same site since 1885 while the field was constructed and opened in April 1928. It holds 5,000 people. The New Haven County Cutters used the field from 2004 until they folded after the 2007 season. Yale Field was also the home of the New Haven Ravens during the franchise's time in the city from 1994 to 2003. It hosted the 1998 Double-A All-Star Game, and was the site of the Ravens' 2000 Eastern League championship. The team was sold and moved to Manchester, New Hampshire, where it became the New Hampshire Fisher Cats in 2004. The concourse underneath the stands is lined with the names of famous players who made appearances at the stadium. These include Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ted Williams, A. Bartlett Giamatti, and Yale first baseman and captain George H. W. Bush. During the early 20th century, Yale often played exhibitions at Yale Field against major league teams. Ted Williams played an exhibition at Yale Field two days before his major league debut in 1939. The Red Sox edged Yale 6-5 in that game even though Williams went 0-4. During President Bush's days baseball playing for Yale, the team played in both the 1947 and 1948 College World Series, losing to the University of California in 1947 and to USC in 1948. These games, which were played in Kalamazoo, MI, represent the first and last time an Ivy League team ever played in the CWS. Yale's manager during this time was former big leaguer Ethan Allen. Yale Field was the site for one of the most famous college baseball games of all time. On May 21, 1981, during a qualifying game for the College World Series, Ron Darling from Yale and Frank Viola from St. Johns dueled through 11 scoreless innings before St. Johns broke through with a run in the 12th inning to win 1-0. Both pitchers went on to have distinguished Major League careers. Darling pitched 11 innings of no-hit ball (still a college playoff record) before surrendering a single in the 12th inning.

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