Statistics help fans analyze a baseball player’s career, from quantifying a slugger’s batting average to measuring a right fielder’s apathy. See numbers come to life with this GrouponLive deal to see the Evansville Otters play ball at Bosse Field.
Choose from Three Options
$99 for one general-admission season ticket (a $200 value)
- Valid for all of the Otters’ 2013 home games
- For all games, gates open 35 minutes before game time<p>
$49 for 20 general-admission tickets (a $100 value)
- Valid for any home games
- May be used in any combination<p>
$22 for a game package for four (a $45 total value)
- Four general-admission tickets (a $5 value each)
- Four popcorns (a $3 value each)
- Four sodas (a $3.25 value each)<p>
The Scouting Report
The Frontier League swings back into action in May 2013, when the Evansville Otters return to historic Bosse Field to compete for the league’s East Division title. Last season’s standout players include consistent slugger Steve Marino and lefty Adam Champion, whose pitching prowess ensures that, like Superman, batters will likely never see home again.
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.