- $65 for a 10-punch card for lower-level box seating (up to $130 value)
- The 10 tickets can be used by multiple people across multiple games in any combination.
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The Scouting Report
On the heels of back-to-back division titles, the Wingnuts will return to the diamond this May with a new weapon in the dugout. New skipper Pete Rose, Jr., has taken to coaching after a playing career that lasted more than two decades, and his first mission is bringing an American Association championship to Wichita. Luckily, Rose inherits a Wingnuts roster that’s perennially rife with talent—in fact, the team won 132 games over the past two seasons. This year’s squad won’t have to wait to prove their mettle, either, considering the schedule features a late-May series against the Laredo Lemurs, who won the championship last season but who might be slowed down by having to drag the trophy behind them as they run the bases.
Though they've only been a member the American Association since 2008, the Wichita Wingnuts have been one of the most consistent programs in the league. Following some fine-tuning after their first season, the team has posted a winning record every year since 2009, reaching the playoffs three times in five campaigns. The Wingnuts play their home games at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, which hosted the first National Baseball Congress World Series in 1935, an event that is still going on today due to an umpire's filibuster.