5 10 15 20 25 30 50 100 All
Products for Sports Facilities Change to Keep Up - NYTimes.com In its home opener in 2005, the Central Florida football team ended a 17-game losing streak with an upset of Marshall. Fans swarmed the field and, in a time-honored tradition, tore down one of the goal posts at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando.
Terps install hydraulic goal posts Say the Terps score a monumental win at Byrd Stadium. Say you, overcome with emotion, feel the sudden urge to rush the turf. You want to climb the goal posts, shimmying across the uprights until you can reach down and slap hands.
Crouch To Tour Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R,I-Guilford) today announced that he will be touring Ultra Dairy Fraser and Sportsfield Specialties, Inc., a dairy product manufacturing business, and a company that designs and manufactures outdoor and indoor sports equipment for the construction industry. Both are Delhi-based businesses in Delaware County, New York.
Spalding and Sportsfield Specialties Announce Strategic Partnership BOWLING GREEN, KY (Jan. 18, 2012) – Athletic equipment company Spalding, a division of Russell
Brands LLC, and Sports Specialties LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sportsfield Specialties Inc., based
in Delhi, NY, have announced an agreement making Sports Specialties the exclusive licensee for Spalding
indoor sports construction equipment in the public bid market for North America.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PULSED MIG WELDING OF ALUMINUM Three manufacturers share their tales of pulsed MIG welding of aluminum and how new technologies have made the process more viable in their operations by reducing distortion and rework, improving productivity and standardizing wire size.
Business owners address needs to Schumer U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., came to Delaware County on Friday to find out what issues most concerned a roundtable of community leaders.
Delhi's Sportsfield Specialties lands big contract A Delhi-based sporting good company has landed a large contract to manufacture products for the renowned Spalding brand.
Delhi firm looks to hire in deal DELHI -- An expansion at a Delaware County sports equipment firm is expected to generate more than two dozen new jobs in the next three years.
Lowville Academy and Central School Athletic Facility Renovation The renovation of Lowville Academy and Central School's athletic complex represented a substantial component of the school's Bicentennial Project. Four tennis courts were relocated to an alternate area of the campus to accommodate new athletic fields.
Mound of issues on Lehman field Earlier this month, after PSAL officials ruled that Lehman could no longer play home baseball games on its multi-million dollar multi-purpose field because the portable pitcher’s mound on it did not comply with state regulations, the Lions were facing the very real possibility of having to play the rest of their games on the road, something that coach Adam Droz called “a tragedy.”
Delhi Firm has role in bowl game - The Daily Star, Oneonta NY When the Syracuse and Kansas universities football teams take the field for the inaugural New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium at 3 p.m. Dec. 30, they will be using equipment provided by Sportsfield Specialties of Delhi...
Promats sales up after moving into larger facility on Harrison Road SALISBURY — The next time you see a major league outfielder crash into the wall trying to catch a fly ball, take a close look at the padding protecting him from injury.
Business Beat: Sporting goods manufacturer to donate welding equipment Sportsfield Specialties Inc. will donate welding equipment and instructional time to the local BOCES and a public college.
Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field Abner Doubleday, an 1842 West Point graduate, is said to have devised the game of baseball while on leave from the U.S. Military Academy in 1839, drawing out the diamond and the rules of the game. He called the game "Base Ball," but it was patterned after a game called rounders which was played by boys and girls in England.
How Yankee Stadium Got Ready for Football So what will football in the new Yankee Stadium look like when Army and Notre Dame take the field tonight? The Fighting Irish and the Black Knights will be moving the ball from home plate to center field and back. Who’s mapping their way? Sportsfield Specialities, a small company in Delhi, N.Y., which began readying the stadium for the Notre Dame-Army game and the inaugural New Era Pinstripe Bowl on Dec. 30 during Major League Baseball’s All-Star break in mid-July.
Local company scores big contract DELAWARE COUNTY, N.Y. -- It's a big win for this home team. "It'll be scoreboards. It'll be volleyball systems. It'll be a little bit of anything that an athlete in the indoor market would play on, we would be involved with," said Wayne Oliver, president of Sportsfield Specialties. "And they'll all be logoed with a Spalding logo."
How Yankee Stadium Got Ready for Football - The New York Times College Sports Blog So what will football in the new Yankee Stadium look like when Army and Notre Dame take the field tonight? The Fighting Irish and the Black Knights will be moving the ball from home plate to center field and back...
Yankee Stadium is pigskin-ready - ESPN New York The goal posts for Saturday's Army-Notre Dame game at Yankee Stadium went up about 10 days after the end of the baseball season. Sod was laid over the infield two weeks ago. Yard lines were painted last week...
The Rumble - New York Post The goalposts standing inside Yankee Stadium weren’t as easy to put there as it will be to kick an extra point in the Dec. 30 Pinstripe Bowl between Syracuse and Kansas State...
Time Lapse Video of the Yankee Stadium Football Conversion - Notre Dame All-Access Video
Page 1 of 2