Arm & Hammer Park

Trenton, New Jersey

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Arm & Hammer Park - Trenton, New Jersey
Team: Trenton Thunder
Affiliate: New York Yankees
Seating Capacity: 6,440
Dimensions: LF 330
CF 407
  RF 330
Year Opened: 1994
Former Notable Players: Tony Clark, David Eckstein, Nomar Garciaparra, Shea Hillenbrand, Trot Nixon, and Jeff Suppan.
Notes: Located at the water's edge of the Delaware River, the Mercer County Waterfront Park was finished one month into the 1994 season, forcing the Thunder on an extended road trip. The playing field was named in 1999 in honor of Samuel Plumeri, Sr., one of the driving forces in bring baseball back to New Jersey's state capital. Beginning in 2012 a 20-year deal, the naming rights were sold to Church & Dwight Co., Inc., the nearby maker of Arm & Hammer family of household products. The retired numbers of (#5) Garciaparra, (#33) Clark and (#42) Jackie Robinson hang above the press box.
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Binghamton Mets vs. Trenton Thunder, August 22, 2003
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