Play Ball: “Meet the Marauders” at LECOM Park

The reigning 2016 Florida State League Champion Bradenton Marauders will continue celebrating their first FSL Championship by inviting fans to a “Meet the Marauders” event on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 from 5:30pm until 8:00pm.

The Class-A Advanced Affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, the Marauders will treat fans to a FREE event just days before Opening Day that will include the introduction of the 2017 Bradenton Marauders Roster at the newly re-named LECOM Park (Formerly known as McKechnie Field). There will be autograph and photo opportunities both at the Fan Plaza and then on the field toward the end of the event.

This pre-season fan event will have all of the excitement of an actual game day including live entertainment throughout the stadium,  a prize wheel,open concessions, corn hole, speed pitch and much more.

Season ticket holders will be able to pick up their tickets at the box office and any fans who wish to purchase game tickets can also do that as well.

The Bradenton Marauders will host their Opening Day on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 6:30pm against the Charlotte Stone Crabs of the Tampa Bay Rays Organization. On Opening Night there will be a Giveaway to the first 1,000 fans who enter the ballpark as well as a Post-Game Fireworks’ Display.

To purchase tickets to any Bradenton Marauders Regular Season Game, click here.

LECOM park is located at 1611 9th St W, Bradenton, FL 34205.

*Information used in this article was obtained from the official Bradenton Marauders Press Release.

 

 

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