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What You'll Get
Baseball is more American than a denim-filled apple pie. Indulge in the national pastime with today's Groupon. For $15, you'll get four adult field-reserved tickets (normally $7 each) to one of the first 12 Louisville Bats home games of your choice in May, a $28 total value. Choose from one of 12 featured games May 6–13 or May 22–25, played at downtown Louisville Slugger Field.
The Louisville Bats are the AAA minor-league baseball affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. The one-time International League Governors' Cup champs, the Bats moved to Louisville Slugger Field in 2000 and are the defending International League West Division champions. Seating for the games is at the field-reserved level.
Four tickets eliminate the awkward decisions that reveal (and destroy) true friendship rankings. Quadratic admissions allows you to bring your significant other, loved one, or bribe the three people in front of you in line at the post office and socially usher in 2010's baseball season. Tickets must all be redeemed at the same game and only include the first 12 home games in May. Present your Groupon at the box office to gain admission.
- The entire experience was a great family time for ourselves, our children and grandchildren. The Bats organization does a great job. – DerbyCityCatfan, Ticketmaster
- The Louisville Riverbats AAA baseball team is a fun event for all ages. The excitement is as good as Major League ball. The stadium is great, food prices are affordable. – redssupporter, Ticketmaster
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 30, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Valid for the first 12 home games May 6-13, and 22-25 only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Louisville Bats
Baseball in Louisville dates back to 1876 when the Louisville Grays began playing as part of the National League. Soon after the turn of the 20th century, minor league baseball arrived in Derby City and for 70 years, the Louisville Colonels commanded it. Their departure in 1972, however, led to a period of inactivity, as well as a period of unemployed umpires roaming the city shouting "SAFE!" at landing birds. Ten years later, baseball returned with the arrival of the Louisville Redbirds, who eventually became the RiverBats in 1998, and simply the Bats in 2002. Over the years this franchise has spent time as the affiliate of three big league teams: the St. Louis Cardinals, the Milwaukee Brewers, and its current affiliate, the Cincinnati Reds.