Independent Baseball Trivia Question
For how many years did the Atlantic League’s original Black Diamonds team play their games on the road?
Two (1999, 2001). In 1998 the “Newburgh Black Diamonds” team played home games at Delano-Hitch Stadium but it was not intending to use that field. The original field was supposed to be in the Lehigh Valley Sports Complex. In 1999 the team became the “Lehigh Valley Black Diamonds” and played on the road. In 2000 the team played at a small stadium in Quakertown, PA. In 2001 the Black Diamonds then played on the road. The team that folded and the Pennsylvania Road Warriors (later, just the “Road Warriors” replaced the Black Diamonds when there were an odd number of stable franchises and a travel team was needed).
Be sure to get more baseball trivia questions here: Independent Baseball Trivia Categories
If you like Major League Baseball trivia questions then there are some fun books and games available. You can start your search for them here: Baseball Trivia Books And Games If you enjoy trivia questions related to the professional independent minor league baseball industry (from 1993 onward) then you are welcome to register to get notified (by e-mail) of new baseball trivia questions. You can be added to the mailing list on the side of this page. Finally, please support this site by sharing your favorite trivia question, category, or team page with your friends. You are welcome to share any particular link with your favorite social network, social bookmark site, e-mail list, forum, or other online community.
If you were ever involved with any North American professional independent minor league baseball teams or league offices, then there is a site for you: Independent Baseball Leagues and Teams Alumni If you know anyone who needs a job or wants a new job then you are welcome to see job postings from around the country here: Available Jobs. If you specifically want to know about baseball jobs (including coaching opportunities) around the country then you are welcome to click this link: jobs in baseball