The PawSox will host their first “Ball Yard Sale and Fall Open House” at McCoy Stadium on Saturday, October 29, 2016, from 11 am to 2 pm. Fans will have the opportunity to purchase game-used equipment from the PawSox Clubhouse, authentic memorabilia from club
and stadium history, plus select discounted items at the team store – all at yard sale style prices – while also enjoying access to various area of the ballpark, including the home and visitors’ clubhouses, dugouts, warning track, and press box.
“We are blending a visit to the ‘BallYard’ with a yard sale,” said PawSox President Dr. Charles Steinberg. “As we wrap up our baseball season and head towards the holiday season, we are giving families and fans an opportunity to take home some of our more popular and unusual items for their PawSox collection.”
Admission is free. Many of the items for sale will be located in the PawSox and visitors’ clubhouse, and other items will be on display in the dugouts. Fans can purchase authentic, game-worn jerseys, caps, and other game-used equipment, as well as popular bobbleheads of Dustin Pedroia, Clay Buchholz, Kevin Youkilis, and Jon Lester.
Natural Wood Mini Bats autographed by the 2012 Governors’ Cup Champions and All-Star Game Logo Baseballs from 2004 are also among the items that will be available.
Fans can shop at their leisure and take photos while walking around the warning track. Attendees can visit the McCoy press box, indoor batting & pitching tunnels, and the elaborate PawSox “Hall of History” located on the suite level.
In addition, fans can talk baseball with PawSox owners, officers, and members of the Front Office, who will be on hand. Attendees will also be eligible to win free prizes and can register for the grand prize of four premium tickets and a Ceremonial First Pitch prior to a PawSox game at McCoy next season. Food and beverage will also be available for purchase.
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