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  • 'Yard Goats' Is For The Birds

    'Yard Goats' Is For The Birds
    To borrow a baseball phrase, the name Yard Goats goes 0 for 4: It has nothing to do with baseball, it has nothing to do with Hartford, it has nothing to do with the name of its parent club and it isn't terribly clever.
  • Yard Goats is Hartford's new minor league team name

    Hartford's new minor league baseball team will be the Yard Goats. Team and city officials announced the name Wednesday, complete with two goats, after a contest to rebrand the former New Britain Rock Cats. The Colorado Rockies' Double-A affiliate will...

    What's A Yard Goat? It's A Baseball Team Coming To Hartford

    What's A Yard Goat? It's A Baseball Team Coming To Hartford
    HARTFORD — When professional baseball returns to Hartford in 2016, it will be in the form of a Yard Goat. Say it out loud, baseball fans: Hartford Yard Goats. The New Britain Rock Cats announced at a Wednesday afternoon press conference at...

    Final Five Hartford Team Names Still Lame

     Final Five Hartford Team Names Still Lame
    If there was one good thing to say about the selection of the final five names for the minor league baseball team — now the New Britain Rock Cats — moving to Hartford next year, it is that five other dopey names were scratched. The ones we...

    The Wingtips? Team Should Restart Baseball Name Game

    The Wingtips? Team Should Restart Baseball Name Game
    If the goal was to get people talking, mission accomplished. We speak of the name-the-team contest run by the New Britain Rock Cats in preparation for the team's move to Hartford next year. The contest, which ended last week, drew nearly 6,000 entries....