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Nothing too special about the Dutch but that's OK, it isn't supposed to be. It is typical of its class and a small slice of old time Americana.
Two teams call this place home, the Manhattan College Jaspers from late March through May and The...More
If you want to see a ballgame without heading in to NYC, this is the place. From June to.September, the Hudson Valley Renegades offer fun and exciting baseball. Highlights include theme nights and fireworks.
Have gone to Dutchess Stadium twice now for company functions, and it's a really nice venue. Minor league baseball is fun, and this place has a lot of amenities. My only real complaint is that it's difficult to exit the stadium, especially if you stay...More
Going to a Renegades game is fun. You don't spend a lot of $ (compared to a Major League game), kids can enjoy it. There are no belligerent drunks & the food is good with many healthy or regular options.
The games are great for people of all ages. The announcer is very funny. The in between inning contests are fun to watch. They have unique food which is a little expensive (expected at a ballpark). The tickets are cheap and parking is $5. Every...More
From top management to part-time interns, everyone at The Dutch is focused on providing a fun atmosphere for every fan, young and old. And the food staff always find amazing and creative ways to offer new treats, like the Southern Hudson Comfort sandwich, Rainbow Sherbert...More
This is a small stadium that is very family oriented. Lots of stuff in between innings and while switching sides so small kids don't get antsy. I highly recommend the fireworks games. It's only an extra $3 for a a fireworks game over a regular...More