Like chess, baseball is most often won by the competitor with the quickest reaction time, strongest strategy, and cuddliest mascot. Watch mascots wage war today's Groupon: for $195, you get a 2011 Ottawa Fat Cats family four pass (an $881.40 value) at the Ottawa Stadium. The family four pass fields four tickets good for any general admission unassigned seat at all 18 regular season home games.
Under the guidance of Duncan MacDonald, the IBL's 2010 executive of the year, the Fat Cats professional baseball team pitches, catches, and bats with their cleated paws poised for climbing the ranks of the 2011 IBL standings. Yodel-cheer from any nameplate-free seat as manager Bill MacKenzie commands his on-field platoon of bat wielding basemen in legal hits, stolen base attempts, and synchronized victory dances. Right-handers Joe Stone and Cody Mombourquette fill out the Fat Cats' lineup and, like feral elves in a piñata shop, whack baseballs with a ferocity that intimidates opponents into defeat. The Ottawa Stadium maintains an electrifying atmosphere for pro ball all summer long, encouraging onlookers to applaud the efforts of catchers, shortstops, and oft-forgotten centerfielders.
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