Clippers New Season, Opening Day 2017

Clippers New Season, Opening Day 2017

The Clippers are coming off a successful 2016 campaign both on and off the field. The Clippers won the International League West Division Championship for the third straight season while welcoming more than 600,000 fans to Huntington Park and finishing towards the top of all of minor league baseball in attendance. The success of the Clippers has carried up to Cleveland as 18 of the 25 players on the Indians World Series roster were at one point members of the Clippers ball club.

The 2017 season offers the return of many fan favorites as well as some new promotions at the ballpark. World Famous Sugerdale Dime-A-Dog nights return for all Monday home games during the regular season, including two special holiday editions on Memorial Day (May 29) and Labor Day (August 28). Six fireworks displays will light up the sky of Huntington Park on select Saturdays throughout the season.

Some of the new attractions at the ballpark include "Kids Eat Free" on all Wednesday home games where kids 12 and under receive a food and beverage voucher with a paid admission. "Senior Sundays" welcome seniors to the ballpark on Sunday home games with a $2 Bleacher Seating or $5 Reserved Seating for fans 60 and over.

Entertaining acts including the ZOOperstars and B-Boy McCoy will make appearances this season as well as various giveaways, theme nights and celevrity appearances setting up for a fun filled season of Clippers baseball at Huntington Park. The Park has been voted the "Best of the Ballparks" Award Winner among Triple-A Baseball and received the "Top Rated Game Day Experience in 2016" by Stadium Journey.

The Clippers kick off their season away with four games against the Louisville Bats, but the tables will turn as the Clippers return home for their opening weekend starting on April 13.

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