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Sadly the Bridgeport Bluefish no longer exist. The current Mayor decided this was no longer viable. A sad day for the City of Bridgeport. At one time it was affordable family entertainment but no longer. Hopefully the next development might bring some much needed activity...More
The Ball Park at Harbor Yard is no more--just rode by on the train and saw the place ripped apart and under consruction. Too bad there is one less minor league baseball stadium in CT, but maybe the amphitheater being created will prove to be...More
Worst ballpark experience ever.
They sold me a ticket with a broken chair and the staff looked at me like I was the bad guy.
If they are smart, the Islanders will take the Sound Tigers out of Bridgeport next.
The playing field was in...More
It is rather unfortunate, this place will no longer exists for family fun. What started out as something the City of Bridgeport could be proud of is now being run out of town by the Mayor. Good luck Bluefish in North Carolina.
The players were readily available for autographs and hearing the crack of the bat so close was great. Bring the kids before they close the park if you can. My only disappointment was the poorly executed bobble-head give away promotion where 250 were advertised to...More
Response from BibleBobK | Reviewed this property |
Hello, I would look for a promotional night, when they give away a banner, ball, something along that avenue. As there are not a lot of fans attending a game, at the ticket office see if you can get seats near the Bluefish... More
Hello, I would look for a promotional night, when they give away a banner, ball, something along that avenue. As there are not a lot of fans attending a game, at the ticket office see if you can get seats near the Bluefish dugout. Otherwise, just enjoy a family night out with peanuts, popcorn and crackerjacks.