Like many residential areas and native companies, the ballpark for the Yankees’ minor-league affiliate in New Jersey was utterly underwater following the in a single day storm.
An overhead video posted Thursday by nj.com confirmed TD Financial institution Ballpark in Bridgewater Township — dwelling of the Yanks’ Double-A affiliate, the Somerset Patriots — was utterly flooded from the taking part in subject into the adjoining parking zone.
“The ballpark flooded like a lot of the encompassing space. We’re within the technique of evaluating to what extent and the harm prompted,” Patriots president and basic supervisor Patrick McVerry mentioned in a press release. “Within the meantime, we’re interested by all our neighbors coping with flooding of their houses and enterprise and hope all people is protected.”
The Patriots, at the moment in first place within the Double-A Northeast Division, are in Maryland this weekend for a collection in opposition to the Orioles’ affiliate, the Bowie Baysox. They’re scheduled to return dwelling Tuesday to open a six-game set in opposition to Hartford, however these video games might be postponed or moved, relying on the extent of the harm.