Dutchess Stadium, the home field of the Hudson Valley Renegades, opened in 1994 and holds 4,494 people.
"The Dutch" has hosted many big names over the years, from the legendary Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen to rising baseball talent like Josh Hamilton and Evan Longoria.
Dutchess Stadium was built in just 71 days in 1994, crews bolting the last few seats into place when the gates were opened for the inaugural game of the Hudson Valley Renegades.
DIRECTIONS TO DUTCHESS STADIUM
1500 Rt. 9D, Wappingers Falls, N.Y. 12590
FROM THE EAST: I-84 W to Rt. 9D (exit 11) North one mile to stadium on right.
FROM THE NORTH, SOUTH, WEST (WEST OF HUDSON RIVER): NYS Thruway to exit 17 Newburgh, to I-84 over the Newburgh Beacon Bridge to Rt 9D (exit 11). North one mile to stadium.
FROM THE NORTH (EAST OF HUDSON RIVER): Rt. 9 South to Middlebush Rd./CR-93 (1 mile), Left onto Rt. 9D. South five miles to stadium on left.
FROM THE SOUTH (EAST OF HUDSON RIVER): Sprain Brook Parkway North becoming Taconic Parkway North to I-84 W. Exit Rt. 9D (Exit 11). North one mile to stadium on right.