Like advertising, baseball relies on great pitches, a loyal fan base, and the power of grown men in animal costumes to sway public opinion. Endorse America's pastime with this GrouponLive deal to see a Camden Riversharks game at Campbell's Field. Tickets are valid for any Riversharks regular-season home game in 2012. Click here to view the schedule. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get two tickets for 100-level seating, plus a $5 Shark Card, valid toward concession-stand and merchandise purchases (a $31 total value).
- For $29, you get four tickets for 100-level seating, plus a $10 Shark Card (a $62 total value).
- For $55, you get eight tickets for 100-level seating, plus a $20 Shark Card (a $124 total value).
After finishing out the 2011 season as a close third in the Atlantic League's Liberty Division, the Camden Riversharks roar into their 2012 run with the ferocity of their eponymous freshwater fish. Recently signed infielder Jake Eigsti enters his first full season as a Rivershark after compiling 12 RBIs and a .356 batting average in just 12 games with the team in 2011. On the mound, Mike McGuire returns to Camden having already been a part of a Riversharks no-hitter last September, and pitcher Carlos Vasquez’s 3.47 ERA from a year ago frightens opposing batters just as much as his spider-filled mitt.
Situated alongside the Delaware River, Campbell’s Field surrounds Riversharks games with foul-pole-to-foul-pole vistas of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and Philadelphia skyline. Throughout the season, the 6,400-seat stadium will play host to a variety of theme nights and weekly promotions, including fireworks shows, All-You-Can-Eat Wednesdays, and Dollar Tuesdays, when single dollar bills can be used to purchase select items or bribe foul balls to land closer.
Framed by the foul poles, vistas of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and the Philadelphia skyline peer over the outfield at Campbell’s Field, adding a serene backdrop to the action on the diamond below. Home to the Camden Riversharks since their Atlantic League debut in 2001, the family-friendly stadium seats up to 6,425 fans and includes a 5,000-square-foot play area, where tykes can run through an obstacle course, plunge down a giant slide, or enter the speed pitching booth to mimic their favorite cricket bowlers.