Sporting Events in Pleasure Ridge Park


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  • 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.
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    401 E Main St.
    Louisville, KY US
  • Lazerlite
    When players step into the arena at Lazer Lite, their senses are assaulted with fog, laser beams, and bumping tunes. But first-timers need not worry?before the game starts, players are briefed on the rules and given their laser-tag vests. Once activated, these vests will keep players "alive" until an opponent shoots them with a phaser, winning points, glory, and everlasting fame for their team. Though laser tag is the main attraction, Lazer Lite also offers arcade entertainment in the form of pop-a-shot basketball, Guitar Hero, and more.
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    4505 East 3rd Street
    Bloomington, IN US
  • Florence Freedom
    The Florence Freedom, a professional team of baseballers in the Independent Frontier League, re-create the classic thrill of America?s third-most popular sport, after skeet shooting and spelunking, without all the food fights and explosive bat malfunctions that are all too common at major-league games. With today?s deal, fans get reserved-seat tickets for any home game (a $10 value) all month and enjoy a true gourmet meal consisting of a hot dog, chips, and a drink (a $7 value). Miniature novelty adults, meanwhile, can burn off excess energy with a pass to the KidsZone (a $5 value)?a multicolored playground set complete with a bounce house and other playsets?or spend five Freedom Bucks (a $5 value) as they see fit at the park's concession stands or gift shop, making it far more valuable currency than the one you created by taping your driver's license photo to old Monopoly money.
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    7400 Woodspoint Drive
    Florence, KY US
  • Pump It Up Evansville
    Pump It Up specializes in indoor, inflatable arenas for children. During fun-filled pop-in visits, children can leap around gargantuan air-filled bounce houses, slip down air-filled slides, and slither like snakes covered in bacon grease through an air-filled obstacle course. Pump It Up’s giant indoor air arenas are climate-controlled and maintained according to rigorous guidelines enforced by a well-trained staff and local police. Parents bounce for free during pop-in, so childless adults who want to play will need to borrow a neighbor’s kid or win one by collecting soda tops. From expert installation and anchoring to insurance coverage and rule enforcement, Pump It Up holds itself to strict safety standards. Since jumping is an exciting method for burning calories, a lively lark through Pump It Up’s inflatable fun houses will cause youthful energy to melt off faster than ice cubes thrown into a running DVD player.
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    6600 Frito Lay Dr
    Evansville, IN US
  • Evansville Otters Baseball
    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.
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    1701 North Main Street
    Evansville, IN US
  • Adventureland Golf
    With giraffe and elephant statues overlooking the greens, AdventureLand Golf & KartWorld?s mini golf courses each offer 18 holes of a golf-ball maze meandering under caves, past waterfalls, and over streams. After calculating scorecards, guests can steer over to the 1,300-foot go-kart track, which challenges drivers to zigzag over and under bridges, drive through sharp turns, and quickly stop for slow-crossing mountain goats. Although not included in today?s Groupon, action seekers can whet their gaming whistles with the facility?s arcade games or refresh themselves after a hard-earned victory at the concession stand. Valid for four people, today's Groupon presents an ideal opportunity for a bliss-filled afternoon for a family of four looking to escape the man-eating beanbag chair lurking in the basement.
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    4650 Morgan Center Dr
    Evansville, IN US

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