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What You'll Get
Just like flying squirrels, baseball players are adept at gliding across grassy fields, munching on seeds, and dodging bats in midair. Witness this acrobatic species in its natural habitat with today’s Groupon: for $8, you get two box-seat tickets to a Fort Myers Miracle regular-season baseball game at Hammond Stadium (a $17 value). Check out the seating chart here.
A class A-Advanced Minor League affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, the Fort Myers Miracle excites home-team crowds with exciting on-field displays of professional athleticism. Using the recent slugging power of Brian Dozier and pitching prowess of Matt Schuld as a springboard for team success, the Miracle are in contention for the top spot in the Florida State League's South division. Home games take place at Hammond Stadium, recognized by Baseball America as one of the top five spring training facilities in the nation and a top three facility for avoiding subpoena summons. Touting a history of rising stars, last year's Miracle team sent two players to the Florida State League All-Star Game, and two former Miracle players represented the United States on the bronze-winning baseball team in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
Tickets are available for all home games at Hammond Stadium, except for games on July 1, July 3, July 30, and September 2. Patrons can pick up tickets at the box office at Hammond Stadium before or on game day. Concession fare and drinks can be purchased at the stadium or catapulted into mouths via Miracle batters' comestibles-laden home runs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for 2011 regular-season home games. Not valid for games on 7/1/11, 7/3/11, 7/30/11 & 9/2/11. Not valid for phone or online ticket orders. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fort Myers Miracle
2016 marks the 25th season for the Fort Myers Miracle in southwest Florida. The Miracle are the top Class A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins and face off against rival Florida State League teams at the newly-renovated Hammond Stadium. In 2014, the Miracle collected 87 wins and claimed their first FSL title since moving to the Sunshine State in 1992. The Miracle have sent over 75 players to the Major Leagues including batting champions Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau, World Series Hero David Ortiz, and numerous All-Stars including Ortiz, Mauer, Morneau, Brian Dozier, Brad Radke, and Torii Hunter.