I have a lot to say and no time to say it, but in case you are not going to Safeco tonight to grab your Brendan Ryan “I talk to buffalos (buffaloes?)” t-shirt with the rest of us and have any inclination to head to Everett Memorial Stadium, this is going on tonight in Aquasox territory:
EVERETT, Wash. – The Everett AquaSox, in partnership with Seattle University, announced today that Seattle U will host the University of Oregon in a regular season baseball game on Tuesday, April 30th at Everett Memorial Stadium. First pitch will be at 6:00pm, with gates opening to the public at 5:00. All seating will be General Admission for this game, and Seattle U students and staff will receive two free tickets with their Seattle U ID cards. General tickets are $7 for adults, $5 for youth under 17, and $5 for groups of 10 or more. Also, military with ID (Active Duty, Retiree, DOD, Reservists and Veterans) will receive free admission. Additional tickets for military friends and family will be $3 at the gate. Click Here to Buy Tickets or call the AquaSox office at 425-258-3673.
In celebration of this exciting event, the AquaSox are also offering local fans the opportunity to buy a special three-game ticket package that includes a ticket to the SU-Oregon game, AquaSox Opening Day on June 17th, and AquaSox alumni night on Saturday, August 31. Packages are only $21 and can be purchased by calling the AquaSox office at 425-258-3673.
For more information about Seattle Unversity Athletics, team schedule and roster, visit www.goseattleu.com.
The AquaSox Home Opener is June 17 at 7:05 versus the Tri-City Dust Devils. The AquaSox also host the 2013 Northwest League All-Star Game, presented by Tulalip Resort Casino, on August 6. Season tickets, group outings and both 13 and 17 game packages are available. Call (425) 258-3673 or visit the AquaSox office at 3802 Broadway in Everett for more information.
I might consider it, but the lure of the t-shirt is too strong! Also, I get to see my Baltimore Orioles after the Mariners pounded on them last night. We should pound on them again, but this is one of those series where I don’t mind who wins; either way, I’m happy to see both teams in Seattle. More later this week, I have to get back to work.