Top Menu

Tag Archives | nbt bank stadium

Mobley: Chiefs financial situation “needs a little attention”

International League President Randy Mobley is working with the Syracuse Chiefs board of directors to address financial issues faced by the team, which includes a half-million-dollar loss this past season. The Chiefs board met Tuesday to review the books — which included the aforementioned $505,146 loss — and to discuss ways to attract more revenue […]

Continue Reading

More bad news out of Syracuse: Chiefs post $500K loss in 2013

The turmoil with the Syracuse Chiefs (Class AAA; International League) should continue after the team posted a $505,146 loss through the end of the 2013 season. This offseason has already seen the resignation of Tex Simone as the team’s executive vice president and chief operating officer earlier this month, following media reports calling for changes […]

Continue Reading

Ennui in Syracuse

With the Syracuse Chiefs (Class AAA; International League) posting a losing record and failing to attract large crowds to NBT Bank Stadium, there’s some dissatisfaction with baseball in the city. Post-Standard columnist Bud Poliquin lays out an indictment of how the Chiefs are run. Some of his complaints, having to do with the quality of […]

Continue Reading

New for 2013: NBT Bank Stadium

Another bank merger, another revamped naming-rights deal: Alliance Bank Stadium, home of the Syracuse Chiefs (Class AAA; International League), is now NBT Bank Stadium. “Our community is grateful to NBT Bank for continuing the commitment made originally by  Alliance Bank to support our stadium and professional baseball in Onondaga County,” said  County Executive Joanie Mahoney. […]

Continue Reading

NBT Bank Stadium / Syracuse Chiefs

While it lacks some of the frills found at other International League parks, NBT Bank Stadium does the basics pretty well. The entire park has comfortable chair-style seating with ample leg room. No bleachers anywhere. The concourse divides the lower 100 and 200 levels from the suites and general-admission upper level. The concourse also features […]

Continue Reading