Review by Mike
Connors Park, on the campus of Siena College in Loudonville, New York, has been the site of Siena College baseball since the 1950s. The structure that stands there now was built in 2015, but the history of the ballfield remains.
For a couple of years in the 20-teens, the Albany Dutchmen called Connors Park home. The Dutchmen compete in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League. After two seasons at Connors, they moved to their own home, Dutchmen Field.
Historic though it may be, there isn’t all that much to Connors Field. A small metal grandstand with a press box behind home plate and… that’s a out it. The stadium sits alongside a larger athletics building and between some dormitories and a parking lot. Unassuming is the word that springs to mind.
I didn’t see a game, but the team was going through some workouts for the fall tryout season. It’s a clean and adequate facility for college ball and even collegiate summer ball, but it did not take me long to snap a few photos and move along.