COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- There's some new funding for Doubleday Field in Cooperstown.
Assemblyman Bill Magee announced he's secured a $1 million state grant for the project.
That money, along with a $3 million grant received last summer will be used to upgrade the quality, accessibility, and safety of the stadium.
The field opened in 1920 and has grown into a nearly 9,000 seat stadium.
Magee says the renovations will strengthen baseball's roots and legacy in Central New York.
- Cooperstown's Doubeday Field receives another state grant for renovations
- Cooperstown receives up to $3 million to renovate Doubleday Field
- Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce receives $100K state grant
- Seward secures $1 million grant for Doubleday Field in Cooperstown
- Proctor High School athletic field renovations underway
- Doubleday Field in Cooperstown moving ahead with $5.8M face lift
- Hot Stove event to benefit Cooperstown's Doubleday Field
- $1M state grant to fix Oneonta's Damaschke Field
- Cooperstown 'Hall of Famer' Homer Osterhoudt, to receive posthumous dedication
- Utica's Irish Cultural Center to receive $1 million state grant