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Astros ticket memberships now available for purchase
Choose from Full season, Half-season and Mini-plan packages
01/10/2014 1:54 PM ET
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GREENEVILLE, TN - The Greeneville Astros had an outstanding 2013 season that saw them make a playoff run all the way to the Appalachian League Championship series. As an exciting new season begins in 2014, fans have the opportunity to see all the action at Pioneer Park from a seat of their choice through three different season ticket membership or mini-plan options. 

The Astros are currently accepting renewals as well as new purchases on all season ticket membership packages. Options include a full season membership of all 34 home games, a half-season membership of 17 selected home games or a fireworks mini-plan that features all seven home games with postgame fireworks.

Fans that purchase one of these packages can save anywhere from 14% to 28% off the individual game ticket price with tickets starting as low as $5.74 per game for a full season membership. In addition, fans will receive many other benefits including the option to purchase their own reserved seats for another Astros playoff run, early entry into Pioneer Park on game day to secure their chances of receiving giveaways, first right to renew their seats each season and a special season ticket membership gift. Furthermore, members will also receive an invitation to private events such as the annual Meet-and-Greet with the new players and coaches before each season and a season ticket member-only picnic during the season.

To purchase a ticket membership, please visit the Astros' Administrative offices located at Pioneer Park on the campus of Tusculum College or call (423) 638-0411. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00am-5:30pm.

The Greeneville Astros are the Appalachian League affiliate of the Houston Astros. For more information on the Greeneville Astros, visit www.greenevilleastros.com.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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