Playing baseball takes coordination, upper-body strength, and the courage to run counterclockwise even though that direction is normally only for the immoral and weak-hearted. See strong-willed Americans with this GrouponLive deal.
- Two- or four-ticket package to a Mahoning Valley Scrappers home game
- Where: Eastwood Field
- Seating: Box seats
- Door time: 6 p.m. for weekday and Saturday games; 4 p.m. for Sunday games
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Dates and Package Options
$15 for a game package for two (a $31 total value)
- Two tickets (a $21 value)
- Two hot dogs, two bags of chips, and two drinks (a $10 value)
$60 for a game package for four (a $142 total value)
- Four tickets (a $42 value)
- Four hot dogs, four bags of chips, and four drinks (a $20 value)
- Four commemorative 15th season t-shirts (an $80 value)
Click here to see a full list of available dates.
The Scouting Report
Scrappers first baseman Nellie Rodriguez just keeps raking. Through 34 games, his .331 batting average checked in at seventh-best in the New York-Penn League, and his five home runs was tied for second. The 19-year-old's efforts have boosted the Scrappers into the top half of the league in both of those statistics, and at this rate, Rodriguez looks on track to join Scrappers icons of the past—a list that includes big league All-Stars and World Series champs—who have sparked more waves through the stands than an elephant cannonballing into Lake Erie.
Mahoning Valley Scrappers
As the class-A short-season affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers have prepared rising stars for the big leagues since 1999. The feisty squad has worked their way through some tough seasons in the New York-Penn League, including four appearances in the league finals and a league championship in 2004. Now entering their 15th season, the Scrappers still play their home games at Eastwood Field, which showcases a view of verdant woods and the sasquatches living in peace beyond the outfield wall for crowds of up to 6,300 fans.