Autograph list set for August 16's 'Mystery Ball'

Great names available for 10th annual event during Bisons game

By Buffalo Bisons | August 8, 2017 4:51 PM ET

Josh Donaldson, Aaron Sanchez, Aaron Judge... sure, you'd expect to see their autographs on a baseball! But Jack Eichel? Tyrod Taylor? Coach K? You never know who's autograph you are going to get at the Bisons' annual 'Mystery Ball' Event on August 16.

Join us at Coca-Cola Field on Wednesday, August 16 as the Bisons take on the Indianapolis Indians at 7:05 p.m. (Gates 6 p.m.). On this special night, the team will hold the 10th Annual Mystery Ball Event, presented by Keller Chevrolet and to benefit The Vine Uganda.

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Over the last year, we've collected over 500 autographed baseballs from the biggest names we could find: Bisons, Blue Jays, Bills, Sabres, Stars from the Sports World as well as great Celebrities. For our Mystery Ball event on August 16, all the baseballs will be gift-wrapped to conceal their identity!

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Who will you get? Fans wishing to participate in this year's event should enter through the Oak St. Gate, which opens at 6:00 p.m. There, you will given the opportunity to purchase one (1) Mystery Ball Ticket for a $20 donation to The Vine Uganda, an organization founded by Gari Meacham, that empowers the local community in Kamuli, Uganda by providing education, life skills, medical treatment, and spiritual discipleship. You can then redeem that ticket for a gift-wrapped autographed baseball at the Mystery Ball table by Section 104 on the main level of the concourse at any time.

But the fun doesn't stop there. We will also have several great silent auction items for you to bid on as well as the popular 'Trading Station.' Time to offer a trade and see if you can make a deal for the autograph you wanted. Maybe all you'll need to do is throw in a hot dog or some French fries!

CLICK HERE for more information on this year's Mystery Ball Event.

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

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