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ValleyCats Single-Game, New York-Penn League All-Star Game Tickets On Sale Now!



Single-game tickets for the Tri-City ValleyCats 2017 season and New York-Penn League All-Star Game went on sale Monday morning at 10:00 a.m., and are available for purchase online at tcvalleycats.com, by visiting the Joseph L. Bruno Stadium box office, through the Minor League Baseball First Pitch mobile application, or by phone at 518-629-CATS.

The ValleyCats 2017 All-Star Season begins on Opening Night, Wednesday, June 21, which is the beginning of a three-game set vs. the Lowell Spinners, an affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.

On Tuesday, August 15, the best and brightest stars of the New York-Penn League will gather at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium for the 2017 New York-Penn League All-Star Game.

Highlights of the ValleyCats 38 game home schedule include a three-game series beginning on Independence Day with the Brooklyn Cyclones, a New York Mets minor league affiliate. The Cyclones return to Joseph L. Bruno Stadium for a second series on August 19 – 21.

The ValleyCats host the defending New York-Penn League Champion State College Spikes July 11 – 13, and New York Yankees affiliate Staten Island Yankees July 27-29.

Giveaways are highlighted by two bobbleheads, with the first taking place on July 18, featuring 2016 Eclipse Award Winner, and Mechanicville native horse trainer Chad Brown. The second will take place on July 31, and will recognize former Yankees pitcher Ron Guidry and his rehab start for the Albany-Colonie Yankees.

Individual game tickets start at $6.00 for grandstand seating, $9.00 for reserved box, and $11.00 for premium box. All-Star Game tickets start at $10.00 for grandstand, $13.00 for reserved box, and $15.00 for premium. Special rates apply for group outings of 20 or more.

Season tickets, six game mini plans, and 20-ticket flex packs are also available for purchase. There is also a Sunday Funday package which includes four tickets, four hot dogs, and four sodas to four Sunday home games. Each Sunday features a pregame summer reading program for the kids, catch on the field, and postgame kids run the bases.

For more information on the ValleyCats 2017 season schedule, including a full list of promotions, log-on to tcvalleycats.com.

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