- Ticket packages for any Battle Creek Bombers home baseball game through August 10, 2015
- Where: C.O. Brown Stadium
- Seating: General admission
- Door time: One hour before opening pitch
- Ticket values include all fees.
$28 for a ticket package with four flex tickets (a $53 total value) * 4 general admission tickets * 1 baseball hat * 1 Bobblehead doll
$65 for a ticket package with 12 flex tickets (a $124 total value) * 12 general admission tickets * 2 baseball hats * 1 Bobblehead doll
$118 for a ticket package with 24 flex tickets (a $338 total value) * 24 general admission tickets * 4 baseball hats * 1 Bobblehead doll * 2 VIP Invites to a season-ticket holder batting-practice event
Flex tickets can be redeemed at any home game in any quantity. For example, a four-ticket package could be used for four admissions to one game, or could be used for two admissions to two games.
The Scouting Report
Before every Battle Creek Bombers season, the franchise has to assemble a team—a process that’s a bit like rounding up the kids from the neighborhood, if those kids were all collegiate stars and the neighborhood spanned the entire country. When the 2015 season kicks off, the Bombers will again tap a fresh crop of college players—a sure-to-be star-studded lineup that’s announced as the regular season approaches. After Head Coach Robbie Robinson finalizes his squad and helps it gel with practices devoted entirely to trust falls, the team typically takes the diamond for its first home game at C.O. Brown Stadium in late-May.
Battle Creek Bombers
Founded in 2007, the Battle Creek Bombers didn’t waste any time to establish themselves as a force in the diamond, winning the Northwoods League Championship in 2011. The Northwoods League, one of the nation’s most competitive collegiate summer leagues, works like a summer internship for prospective big-leaguers. They play with wooden bats and the same baseballs used in the minors, so players can begin to adjust to life without the pop of balls flying off of aluminum bats to lull them to sleep every night. Since the team’s inception, a litany of former players have become every day players in the MLB.
While the players focus on the game, their mosquito mascot, Mo-Skeeter, mingles with roaring crowds in the Bomber’s home venue, C.O. Brown Stadium. The ballpark seats 4,500 and boasts picnic areas, playgrounds, and a massive outdoor sports bar for fans to visit between at-bats.