Chiefs to Help with Harvey Relief with 50/50 Raffle,
The Syracuse Chiefs are pleased to announce that proceeds from tonight's 50/50 raffle will be donated to the Red Cross in their relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Multiple Chiefs players have pledged their support and will purchase raffle tickets.
In addition, players are donating clothes and shoes that will be sent to Houston after the game tonight. There will be bins outside the main entrance to the stadium where fans can drop off clothes and other items to be donated to those in Houston and all of Texas in need.
The Chiefs play host to the Lehigh Valley IronPigs with first pitch at 6:35 p.m. tonight. Both Syracuse starter John Simms (The Woodlands) and Lehigh Valley starter Jake Thompson (Dallas) are natives of Texas. Simms will be putting the area code of Houston on his cleats tonight.
Tickets are still available for tonight's game, the final Taco Tuesday of the season. Fans can purchase three tacos for just $10. Tickets are available by visiting the NBT Bank Stadium Ticket office, by calling 315-474-7833, or on syracusechiefs.com
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