LumberKings Come Home for Final Time in 1st Half
CLINTON, IA - The Clinton LumberKings return home the final time during the first half to meet the Peoria Chiefs (Single-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals) for a three-game series from Tuesday, June 11th through Thursday, June 13th. The homestand will feature the second baseball card strip giveaway of the season on Wednesday. Tickets are available by calling (563) 243-0727 or by going online to www.lumberkings.com.
Tuesday, June 11 at 6:30 p.m. | Gates open 5 p.m. | vs. Peoria Chiefs |
The fun begins on Tuesday night with the opener of the three-game series. Your dollar will go far in the homestand curtain raiser as it is "Two Dollar Tuesday" at NelsonCorp Field. Come down to the ballpark for $2 tickets, $2 box seat upgrades, $2 select beers, $2 soft drinks, $2 hot dogs, and $2 ice cream.
Wednesday, June 12 at 6:30 p.m. | Gates open 5 p.m. | vs. Peoria Chiefs |
Arrive early for the only giveaway of the homestand! Be one of the first 500 fans through the gates and receive the third second baseball card strip giveaway of the season courtesy of Clinton National Bank and Mediacom.
Wednesday's are also "Retro Beer Nights" in Clinton with all fans 21 years and older able to purchase select beers for $2 out of the first base beer stand.
Thursday, June 13 at 6:30 p.m. | Gates open 5 p.m. | vs. Peoria Chiefs |
"Thirsty Thursday" returns for the homestand and series finale! All fans 21 years and older can take part in $2 select beers sold throughout the ballpark all game long.
Also, see First Central State Bank for special offer on tickets as part of First Central State Bank Night at NelsonCorp Field.
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