Baseball enthusiasts can’t properly behold the glorious seventh-inning stretch in a crowded living room, because there’s always someone standing on the coffee table getting his forehead rhythmically slammed by the ceiling fan. Catch the game in comfort with today's deal: for $15, you get ten tickets to any Evansville Otters](http://www.evansvilleotters.com) regular season home game at Bosse Field (a $50 value).
The minor-league Otters provide Evansville and the surrounding communities with the home runs, stolen bases, and on-deck bat juggling necessary to achieve a proper pastime paradise. Catch the team as they fight for the Frontier League championship, as your regular season 10-pack of tickets allows see the Otters battle opponents such as the Normal CornBelters and the River City Rascals (check the full 2011 schedule for game days and opponents). Nearly as impressive as the Otters' ability to harmonize calls of “hey batter batter” is their home turf of Bosse Field, which opened in 1915 and was used for the filming of A League of Their Own. Fans can settle into this historical landmark and delight their senses with the smell of hot dogs, the sound of a bats cracking a home run, and the sight of the Zamboni smoothing the pitcher's mound.
Since joining the Frontier League in 1996, the Otters have shattered several of the league's records while sending dozens of signees to the MLB. In 2005, the club became the first in the league to record a million total fans in attendance—a vote of confidence that led the Otters, in the the subsequent season, to repay Evansville with its first Frontier League championship. The team passed another milestone in 2012, becoming the first FL team to rack up 700 wins, still a far cry from matching some local 7-year-olds' kickball record of infinity wins. Opened in 1915, the Otters' home turf, Bosse Field, enjoys its own legacy of storied moments, most notably its use during the filming of A League of Their Own.
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