Trenton Thunder Will
Have ‘Hamilton Field Advantage’ on Sunday, April 30th for ‘Hamilton Day’
The Trenton Thunder will enjoy the ‘Hamilton’
field advantage on Sunday, April 30th at 1 PM when they take on the
Erie SeaWolves (Detroit Tigers affiliate) as part of “Hamilton Day” at the Trenton Thunder.
During the special promotion, all Hamilton
residents can enjoy a reduced price of $8 per ticket (regularly $12 per ticket)
for the game. Mayor Kelly Yaede will
throw out the first pitch, while students from Reynolds Middle School will
provide a special musical performance. Additionally,
the first 1,000 fans – ages 5 through 15 – will receive an Autograph Book,
courtesy of Printworx.
“This annual event is
great way for our community to enjoy an exciting Trenton Thunder game together,”
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede. “I look forward to seeing many of
our residents at the ball park for this year’s game.”
Baseball fans that attend “Hamilton Day” at
the Trenton Thunder will also be able to see current Erie SeaWolves manager and
former eight-time MLB All Star, Lance Parrish.
Parrish spent 19 years in the majors and was a member of the Detroit
Tigers 1984 championship team. Parrish
also briefly played for the Philadelphia Phillies in the late 1980’s.
Residents can enjoy the special promotion by:
Logging onto trentonthunder.com
Clicking on “Tickets” and then selecting
“Single Game Tickets”
Scrolling to find the April 30th game and
then choosing “Buy Tickets”
in all ‘CAPS’ as the Special Offer Code
Selecting the “$8.00 Hamilton Day Special (100 LEVEL)” tickets, entering the
number of tickets and then completing the ordering process