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NY Giants 1st Round Pick Justin Pugh Coming To Trenton
Bucks County Native Started All 16 Games As A Rookie
04/22/2014 3:09 PM ET

(TRENTON, NJ) - New York Giants fans won't want to miss the chance to meet 2013 First Round Draft Pick, Justin Pugh, at ARM & HAMMER Park Saturday, May 31 as the Thunder host the Portland Sea Dogs at 2:05pm.

Justin Pugh is an offensive tackle for the New York Giants and played college football for Syracuse University. He was drafted by the Giants in the first round, 19th overall pick, of the 2013 NFL Draft and he started all 16 games for New York last season. Pugh attended Council Rock High School South in Holland, Pennsylvania (Bucks County).

The three time All-Big East Conference honoree will throw out a ceremonial first pitch and sign autographs during the game.

Saturday, May 31 at 2:05pm will be Game 1 of a separate admission doubleheader. Justin Pugh will be at the 2:05pm game only. The Thunder will play the regularly scheduled contest against the Sea Dogs at 7:05pm. A separate ticket is required for both games and per Minor League Baseball rules, both games will be 7 innings in length.

The 2:05pm game will be Family Fun Day with two popular kids promotions in store for families in attendance: Kids Eat Free and a pregame "Catch on the Field". Kids Eat Free, usually part of Super Value Tuesdays, will see all kids 12 and under receive a free meal voucher when they enter. All fans are encouraged to bring their gloves and arrive early to play catch on the field from 1:15-1:30pm. TICKETS

The Thunder have also made the 2:05pm Family Fun Day game special for group outings. Groups of 10 or more may purchase tickets for just $6 each. Fans should contact the Thunder Group Sales Department at 609-394-3300 ext 105 to take advantage of this special offer. GROUP INFORMATION

All Trenton Thunder tickets are available at trentonthunder.com or by calling 609-394-3300.

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