Boulders set to play Thursday with a whole new look

The New York Boulders have been reborn since the pandemic wiped out last season - but they aren't the Boulders you may remember.

News 12 Staff

May 25, 2021, 9:56 PM

Updated 1,055 days ago

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The New York Boulders have been reborn since the pandemic wiped out last season - but they aren't the Boulders you may remember.
Independent league baseball is back in Rockland County, and the Boulders will open up play Thursday night with a whole new look.
The roster has been completely turned over with new faces, including several local players.
The team also has a new manager in T.J. Stanton - add to that a new and much more competitive league.
Palisades Credit Union Park's capacity is about 6,700, but about one-third of the fans will be allowed in due to COVID-19 restrictions.


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