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- $7 for one ticket to a Wilmington Blue Rocks baseball game (up to a $13.50 value)
- Where: Frawley Stadium
- Seating: box seats in sections 1–6 or 23–28, rows E–J
- Door time: 60 minutes before first pitch
- Ticket values include all fees
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Choose from four games:
- Against the Lynchburg Hillcats on Wednesday, June 25, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the Potomac Nationals on Tuesday, July 1, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the Salem Red Sox on Sunday, July 13, at 5:05 p.m.
- Against the Winston-Salem Dash on Sunday, July 27, at 5:05 p.m.
The Scouting Report
When Wilmington's Frawley Stadium hosts the Carolina League All-Star game on June 17, a handful of Blue Rocks will get to enjoy the home cooking. Four Blue Rocks were invited to this year's all-star game—that's the second-most from any team in the league—and, not surprisingly, the selections underscore the Blue Rocks strength: pitching. Hurlers Mark Peterson, Christian Binford, and Jonathan Dziedzic will all represent Wilmington in the game, having earned their place by anchoring the pitching staff with the second-lowest ERA in the league. For his part in framing pitches, calling the game, and distracting opposing hitters with uncanny animal noises, catcher Cam Gallagher also earned the right to call himself an all-star.
The four standouts will look to lead the Blue Rocks to a winning second half of the season. To keep spirits high and foster fan bonding, Frawley Stadium hosts fun promotions such as Sunday Family Funday (on July 13 and 27), which lets kids and parents play catch on the field and snag autographs before the game and run the bases after the final out.
Wilmington Blue Rocks
As the Class A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals—and as four-time Carolina League champions—the Blue Rocks represent one of the most successful traditions in all of Minor League Baseball. Continuing to build upon a franchise history that stretches back to the 1940s, Wilmington has served as a launching pad for more than 100 big leaguers since 1993. As the squad of rising stars kicks up dust with diving stops and gritty slides, the 7-foot mascot Rocky Bluewinkle roams through the seats passing out fist bumps and lecturing youngsters on the pros and cons of having antlers.
801 Shipyard Drive
Wilmington, Delaware 19801