|Chronological Tour: Stop 12|
Bernie Arbour Stadium had an adequate main grandstand flanked by metal bleachers going down the lines. The place was good enough for New York-Penn ball, at least at that time.
During 1992, the team was bought by an investor from New Jersey who relocated the team to his home state. Arbour’s life in the minors ended after the 1992 season, as the club was moved to Glens Falls, N.Y. for 1993 and then to New Jersey in 1994.
|35||Thu 16-Aug-1990||NY-Penn||A||Batavia 7, HAMILTON 6, 11 inn|
|55||Sun 9-Aug-1992||NY-Penn||A||HAMILTON 3, Elmira 2, 2d|