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Skeeters Giving Away Manager for a Day Experience on Father's Day

June 10, 2019 - Atlantic League (AtL) - Sugar Land Skeeters News Release

SUGAR LAND, TX - The Skeeters today announced their Most Valuable Dad "Manager for a Day" giveaway package, including the chance for a father to spend three innings in the Skeeters dugout during their Father's Day game on June 16 against the New Britain Bees.

The Most Valuable Dad gameday experience will include a customized Skeeters jersey and the chance to deliver the lineup cards to the umpires and opposing manager prior to the June 16 game. It will also include three innings in the Skeeters dugout during the game with manager Pete Incaviglia and the rest of the Skeeters roster.

Fans can nominate their Most Valuable Dad and filling out the form.

One participant will be chosen at 12 p.m. on Friday, June 14. Fans can also get more information on the Most Valuable Dad contest by visiting sugarlandskeeters.com and clicking on the "News" tab.

The Skeeters will also be having a Beer Mug Giveaway, courtesy of Silver Eagle, for their game on June 16.

The Skeeters, winners of the 2018 Atlantic League Championship, begin their eighth season of play in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball at Constellation Field. Individual tickets, season tickets and mini-plans for the 2019 season are currently available and can be purchased by visiting sugarlandskeeters.com, the TDECU Ticket Office at Constellation Field, or by calling the Skeeters at 281-240-4487.

All Skeeters home games can be streamed live on the Skeeters official Youtube page or can be listened to live by visiting sugarlandskeeters.com

Visit sugarlandskeeters.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (@SL_Skeeters) for all the latest team news and the latest on events to be hosted at Constellation Field.


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