Philly Journal, 8/21: Ben Franklin Bridge #3

In my first installment of pictures of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, I included some pictures of a ballpark that I had taken while walking on the pedestrian walkway of the bridge.  That ballpark is Campbell’s Field in Camden, New Jersey, which is home to the minor league baseball team the Camden Riversharks, who play in the Atlantic League.  (for those of you who are baseball fans, this is the league that Roger Clemens just signed on to play in…so it’s an outside possibility he’ll be coming to Camden).

Well, my mother and I attended a Riversharks game tonight, and it occurred to me that it would be quite interesting now to see the view of the bridge from inside the park, after seeing the view of the park from the bridge. Oh, and I had a great time at the game.  Very different from Phillies games, of course, and not even as energetic as Erie Seawolves games, but it’s the kind of team and ballpark that’s so sad, you just kind of have to love it.

2 Responses to “Philly Journal, 8/21: Ben Franklin Bridge #3”

  1. Kyle Sundgren Says:

    That’s some truly breathtaking scenery. Take THAT Giant Coke bottle in San Francisco Giants stadium!

    • sethdellinger Says:

      It really is great…and if you walk down the concourse along 3rd base, you can also see the delaware River and the Philadelphia skyline.

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