Yogi Berra Stadium and Musuem.....

On July 23rd I added Yogi Berra Stadium to my list of stadium I've seen games at. This was minor league stadium number 30.
Yogi Berra Stadium is the home of the New Jersey Jackals of the Indy Can-Am League team, it is also the home of the Yogi Berra Museum and the Montclair State University Baseball Team.
The stadium is located in Little Falls, NJ on the grounds of Montclair State University and was built in 1998. At the time of construction, the Jackals were part of the Northeast Independent League.
The stadium was built in conjunction with a hockey arena which is known as Floyd Hall Arena. Floyd Hall is a local resident who at the time was the C.E.O. of Kmart, he donated money to the school. The stadium has 3,784 seats and has a grass berm along the right field side of the stadium that can hold approx. 1,500 more fans. The day I attended the game the grass berm was popular with the kids as they ran around and chased foul balls.
The stadium is pretty basic. The one thing I didn't like about the stadium was, there is no coverage for the fans from the elements while sitting in the seating bowl. The day I went to the game the temps were in the low 90's.
Another thing that is missing from the stadium are luxury boxes. The Yogi Berra Museum sits above the stadium and does have a small box with a few outside seats, But, the those seats are not for sale.to the public. From what I had heard. When Yogi was alive and would sit in those seats to watch a game from time to time.
The entrance to the stadium
The view as you enter the stadium

 Not many dugouts are at grade and have no protective railing
 The grass berm down the right field line

 The champion banners

The Yogi Berra Museum above the stadium
 Yogi's jersey from when he was the Mets manager in the 70's
 A picture from the last game at Shea Stadium
 Mike Piazza's catching equipment from the 1st game after 9/11
A Statue of Yogi that sits outside the musuem

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