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The ‘Jewish Heritage Day’ for the New York Boulders attracts a large number of baseball fans

By 08/01/2023 2:37 PMNo CommentsBy YidInfo Staff


David Vinsky, a 25-year-old left fielder for the New York Boulders, earned two victories when his team defeated the Evansville Otters 7-5 on July 30 at Clover Stadium in Rockland County, New York.

Vinsky, a Jewish player who sports a Star of David necklace, doubled in an RBI.

His batting average rose to.264 after another hit and a strikeout. He told JNS that the team’s “Jewish Heritage Day” was a success after the game, which lasted over three hours on Sunday night.

On the field, he told JNS, “It’s awesome.” “Not just this evening, but generally. Jewish fans are very supportive of us. It has a cozy atmosphere.
According to Vinsky, he informs Jewish fans seeking his autograph that he is also Jewish. I appreciate being able to connect with them, he remarked. “All of the supporters are wonderful fans.”

In celebration of Heritage Day, the group erected an Israeli flag. The Israeli baseball team played a game at the field in 2021, according to Sarah Bayles, who handles promotions for the Boulders.

According to Bayles, the Boulders average more than 3,150 spectators every game, placing them second in their league in terms of attendance. More than 100,000 people attended the 32-game season.

The $38 million stadium, which debuted in 2011, has a kids’ play area, a kosher concession counter, and a sizable blue Adirondack chair where people like to take pictures.

When home games don’t coincide with Shabbat or Jewish festivals, kosher food alternatives are available. Monsey may reach the location in less than 10 minutes via automobile.

In comparison to the Big Leagues, Frontier League tickets are substantially less expensive, and fans have a far higher chance of running the bases or interacting with players after games.


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