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Joe Bruno Stadium, Troy

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Joseph Bruno Stadium is a stadium located on the campus of Hudson Valley Community College in Troy, New York. It is the home field of the Tri-City ValleyCats minor league baseball team, a member of the historic New York–Penn League. Located in the center of the tri-city area of New York's Capital Region (Albany, Schenectady and Troy), the 'Cats play 38 home games at "The Joe" from June through September. It was named after former New York State Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, who helped secure the funds for the ballpark.
In 2012, the ValleyCats set a new single-season attendance record for the 9th-consecutive year, drawing 159,966 fans. The record was bolstered by 17 sellout crowds, also a new franchise record.
The ValleyCats set attendance records in 2004 (110,497), 2005 (116,674), 2006 (129,126), 2007 (136,809), 2008 (140,631), 2009 (145,976), 2010 (155,315), 2011 (156,279) and yet again in 2012 (159,966). The 'Cats have drawn a grand total of 1,463,669 fans since their inception in 2002. They welcomed in their 1.5 millionth fan during the 2013 season.
2008 New York–Penn League All-Star GameOn August 19 "The Joe" hosted the 2008 New York–Penn League All-Star game, the fourth in league history. The game was won by the NL All-Stars with a walk off RBI by ValleyCats third baseman David Flores. This game was the second largest opening for "The Joe" in the 2008 season.
K.O. at the JoeK.O. at the Joe was a series of amateur boxing matches held at the stadium. The first was in 2007 and was brought back in 2008.
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  • Attended a show where they had dog challenges, vets, and authors that have written about dogs. Fun day for myself and the kids.  more »
  • Perfect place to bring the family, go out with friends, host an event. Clean and well light park with so many activities besides just baseball. There's not a bad seat in the house!  more »
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  • What a great stadium! Beer and food options are reasonably priced, as are the tickets, especially if you buy them in advance. They have a great Sunday summer reading program for kids, and all those games start at a kid-friendly 5pm. Parents of smaller kids, be prepared to spend some time (and extra $) with your kids in their bounce and game area adjacent left field.
  • The seats at the stadium are fantastic and the staff are very friendly. The consession stand prices are very good considering the cost of other venues. The parking lots have ample space

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