Send us your favorite pictures, and memories, of baseball games at Dodd Stadium
Remember Tater the Gator? How about C.T. The Tiger? The recent news that Sen. Thomas J. Dodd Stadium won't be hosting a Major League Baseball-affiliated team for the first time since 1995 brought back memories of long summer nights filled with great baseball and fun antics between innings.
Send us your favorite pictures from Dodd Stadium over the years, along with your name and a description of the photos, and we'll publish a selection of them on theday.com and in The Day's print edition.
Submit pictures here: bit.ly/doddgallery.
Email Norwich Day Staff Writer Claire Bessette at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to be interviewed about your memories of Dodd Stadium for an upcoming story.
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