NEW HAMPSHIRE FISHER CATS
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Team: New Hampshire Fisher Cats Baseball
Location: Manchester, NH
Affiliation: Toronto Blue Jays
League: Eastern League:
New Hampshire Fisher Cats TicketsToday the New Hampshire Fisher Cats are the Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays. The franchise was initially created in 1994 as an affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. Known as the New Haven Ravens, the team was passed through three parent organizations before the Blue Jays took over in 2003. During that initial run in New Haven, the Ravens made five playoff appearances in their first 10 seasons including winning the Eastern League championship in 2000. The Blue Jays had taken over the team in 2003 and decided to relocate the franchise to New Hampshire for the 2004 season. Initially they wanted to name the team the "New Hampshire Primaries" but fans were vocal in their disapproval of the team name which prompted them to go with the Fisher Cats name. The newly named Fisher Cats immediately brought a championship to New Hampshire, winning the Eastern League title in 2004. The Fisher Cats also took home league championships in 2011 and 2018. You can see the Fisher Cats as they go after another Eastern League title by ordering your tickets at StubHub.
Are there any notable players that have played for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats?Aaron Hill, Alex Rios, Adam Lind and Ricky Romero are all prominent names that fans may recognize who came through New Hampshire on their way to the Big Leagues. The Blue Jays have also spent the last several seasons signing the sons of some MLB legends who either have played or are currently playing for the Fisher Cats. Dante Bichette's son, Bo Bichette, Craig Biggio's son, Cavan Biggio and Vladimir Guerrero's son, Vlad Jr. all spent time in New Hampshire on their way to the Majors. Most recently, the Fisher Cats put Kacy Clemens, the son of Cy Young winner, Roger Clemens on the mound. In total, there have been over 100 former Fisher Cats on Major League rosters.
Who is the manager for the New Hampshire Fisher Cats?Cesar Martin will enter his first season as the New Hampshire Fisher Cats' manager in 2020. Martin has worked his way up through the Blue Jays' organization, much like current Blue Jays' manager John Schneider who used to manage the Fisher Cats. In 2019 Martin managed the Advanced-A Dunedin Blue Jays to a record of 80-55. It's believed that several of those players will be promoted to New Hampshire meaning they will play for Martin again this season. Since he won the Florida State League Manager of the Year for his work in Dunedin, Martin was asked to coach for Toronto's Arizona Fall League squad, the Scottsdale Scorpions. Before getting into coaching, Martin spent four seasons as a player in the Blue Jays organization.
Do the New Hampshire Fisher Cats have any rivals?Every season the New Hampshire Fisher Cats take part in a year long rivalry series with the Hartford Yard Goats. The two teams play multiple times a year since they are divisional opponents. The team that wins the most games in the head-to-head series wins the Plymouth Rock Assurance Cup. The Fisher Cats won last season's Cup 17-5 in addition to winning the head-to-head series in 2017 and 2018.
Where do the New Hampshire Fisher Cats play?Northeast Delta Dental Stadium with 6,500-seat capacity is the home of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The stadium was originally opened in 2005 and was called Fisher Cats Stadium. However, the team began selling the naming rights in 2006. The stadium is situated right on the banks of the Merrimac River, providing a good view for fans while standing on the concourse.
Where can I buy New Hampshire Fisher Cats tickets?Minor League Baseball fans can grab tickets to see the Fisher Cats and the rest of the Eastern League at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub.
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