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November 1, 2017 - Southern League (SL) - Chattanooga Lookouts

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Group outings for the 2018 Season are on sale now! Reserving a group outing with the Lookouts is the perfect way to enjoy a summer evening at AT&T Field. The Lookouts ensure your outing is a grand slam by making it affordable, simple and easy. Whether you have 25 people or 250 the Lookouts have a perfect event space for you and your group.

The Budweiser Party Deck is located along the third base line and offers shaded tables and chair seating. It's the perfect place to relax while mingling with friends and family. If you are looking for a slightly larger picnic area the Parkridge Picnic Pavilion might be for you! With a capacity of 250, the Picnic Pavilion offers sweeping views of downtown Chattanooga and a great perspective on game action. Both areas come with all-you-can-eat buffet style picnic service.

If you have a smaller group the Lounge might be the perfect fit for you. With a maximum capacity of 100 this climate controlled space comes with all-you-can eat food service and great views of the field.

Premier dates for our picnic areas fill up fast so call 423-267-2208 to book today!

Now is a great time to buy a 2018 Lookouts mini-plan! From now until November 14th fans who buy a 7,14, or 21 game mini-plan will receive a FREE 2017 Lookouts Southern League Championship T-Shirt.

Mini-plans start at just $56 and can be purchased over the phone by calling 423-267-4849 or online by clicking here today!

Littell and Moya Bring Home MiLBYS

Lookouts pitchers Zack Littell and Gabriel Moya each had historic seasons and have each been recognized for their outstanding 2017 campaigns. Littell came to the Lookouts at the trade deadline and finished the season a combined 19-1 across two organizations and two levels. The righty was awarded the "Best Starting Pitcher" MiLBY by the fans.

Moya, who was also a trade deadline acquisition by the Twins, had a combined 24 saves between Jackson and Chattanooga. Moya took home the MiLB.com staff MiLBY for Best Reliever of the year.

Joc Pederson Stars in WS

Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson entered the World Series hitting .200 with zero homers in five NLCS games. The former Lookouts outfielder broke out of his slump in style in the World Series, slugging three homers including a solo shot in game six to provide a much needed insurance run. Pederson joins Yasiel Puig, Corey Seager and Justin Turner as former lookouts who have homered this World Series.

Pitchers Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen and Ross Stripling are also former Lookouts appearing in the Fall Classic.

Join Our Team Today

The Lookouts are looking for a Groundskeeper Assistant for the 2018 season! If you are interested in a career in baseball, an internship with the Lookouts is a great place to start!

The team's ticket sales assistant is a full time intern who creates relationships with the local community. The assistant will be making sales calls and is a contributing member of the Group Sales team.

If you want to join the most fun team in town click the image to the left to read the job description and apply today!

Jay Named AFL Fall Star

LHP Tyler Jay has been named an AFL Fall Star! So far this fall the southpaw has an ERA of 3.18 in 5.2 inning pitched. He also has seven strikeouts and three holds. Jay's teammate Ryan Eades has also been lights out, throwing 8.1 scoreless innings with eight strikeouts.

Buxton Nets Gold Glove Nomination

By: Rhett Bollinger / MLB.com

MINNEAPOLIS -- Twins center fielder Byron Buxton and second baseman Brian Dozierwere both named American League Gold Glove Award finalists on Thursday, but Joe Mauerwas notably left out at first base.

Each position receives three finalists from each league, and after the Gold Glove Award winners are announced on Nov. 7 at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN, one player from each league will be named a Platinum Glove Award winner. The winners are decided by managers and coaches, with a sabermetric component accounting for roughly 25 percent of the vote.

Buxton joins Toronto's Kevin Pillar and Kansas City's Lorenzo Cain as the three center field candidates, while Dozier joins Detroit's Ian Kinsler and Boston's Dustin Pedroia among second basemen. The first basemen included over Mauer are Cleveland's Carlos Santana, Kansas City's Eric Hosmer and Boston's Mitch Moreland.

Buxton has a strong case to win the Gold Glove Award in center field and could even be considered for the Platinum Glove Award, as he had an incredible season defensively. Buxton led all center fielders with 24 Defensive Runs Saved, finishing third in that stat behind Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons (32) and Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts(31).

Among Statcast™ data, Buxton led the Majors in four-star catches, converting an astounding 26 of 28 opportunities for a 92.9 percent success rate that was 11.4 percent higher than the next best outfielder in Betts. Buxton also dominated the new metric Outs Above Average with 25, leading Atlanta's Ender Inciarte by six and Betts by nine.

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Secure your seats to the best games of 2018 with Lookouts ticket packages! Season tickets and mini-plans are the best ways to guarantee your seats to the team's best promotions including Fireworks Friday's and our annual Used Car Night.

Season tickets start at just $295 and offer the same seats for every game, early ball park entry, season ticket holder batting practice, 20% off team store discount and an exclusive season ticket holder gift.

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