The Wilmington Blue Rocks, a Single A affiliate of Kansas City, play on Judy Johnson Field at Daniel S. Frawley Stadium. The stadium, built in 1993 seating 6,532, is similar to others we have seen. William Julius "Judy" Johnson was a resident of Delaware for 75 years, statue picture below. He was considered the best 3rd baseman in the Negro Leagues between 1923 and 1936. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1973. Daniel S. Frawley was mayor of Wilmington between 1985 and 1993. He is recognized for his tireless efforts for the people of Wilmington and his determination to bring minor league baseball to Wilmington. The Blue Rocks played the Winston-Salem Warthogs. It was an interesting game with the Warthogs scoring the winning run in the top of the 10th inning to win 2-1. The starting pitcher for the Blue Rocks, Zach McClellan, pitched 6 innings with 8 strikeouts and 1 hit before being relieved. At the end of the 7th inning there was a 39 minute rain delay. In the top of the 8th inning the Warthogs scored 1 run on a homerun and tied the game 1-1. The box score was Warthogs R-2, H-4, E-1 and Blue Rocks R-1, H-8, E-0. The field lines are RF & LF-325'. Today was Flag Day, so the Webelos Cub Scouts from Pack 75 Christiana, DE provided the color guard for the game. The Blue Rocks were wearing a special patriotic uniform for today and will wear them again on July 3rd. Rocky Bluewinkle the moose is the mascot. One of the between inning activities is the Baby Crawl. The souvenir stand is The Quarry. Thanks to the concession supervisor who provided us with drinks. New Logo 2003. New Logo 2010 on far right.
Attractions
Brandywine River Museum is a 19th-century gristmill converted into a museum of American art. Works by three generations of the Wyeth family are featured. Fee.

Hagley Museum occupies site of the du Pont gunpowder mills, estate, and gardens. Many mills have been restored to show the development of waterpower on the Brandywine River. Fee.