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Contact & Information

Contact Info

Basic Information

Email: gm@bristolbaseball.com

Phone: (276) 206-9946

Mailing Address

Bristol Pirates
P.O. Box 1434
Bristol, VA 24203

Physical Address

Boyce Cox Field
1501 Euclid Avenue
Bristol, VA 24201

Social Media

Facebook: @bristolpiratesbaseball
Twitter: @bribucs
Instagram: @bristolpirates

More Information

Ownership

Owned by: Pittsburgh Pirates
Director: Larry Broadway (Pittsburgh Pirates)
Operated by: Bristol Baseball, Inc. (BBI)
BBI Website: http://www.bristolbaseball.com

Management

President/General Manager: Mahlon Luttrell
Assistant General Manager: Craig Adams
VP for Community Relations: Mark Young
Treasurer: Jean Luttrell
Secretary: Connie Kinkead
Head Groundskeeper: Michael Adams

Game Times

Monday - Saturday: 7:00 PM (Gates at 6:00 PM)
Sunday: 6:00 PM (Gates 5:00 PM)
Monday - Saturday DH: 6:00 PM (Gates 5:30 PM)
Sunday DH: 5:00 PM (Gates 4:30 PM)

Mission

The Pittsburgh Pirates have called Bristol part of their farm system since 2014. The Bristol Pirates are owned by the Pittsburgh Pirates and managed by Bristol Baseball, Inc.

Bristol Baseball, Inc. (BBI) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to keeping professional baseball alive in Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee.

BBI's mission is to offer fun and affordable family entertainment in the form of professional baseball games, while functioning as an all-volunteer Board of Directors, members of whom labor diligently throughout the year (including the off-season) to ensure both that Boyce Cox Field meets the high standards required of a professional baseball facility and that the non-profit remains adequately funded.

In 2018, for the 74th year (and the 50th consecutive year), professional baseball will call Bristol home. BBI firmly believes that the presence of baseball in Bristol is a public good. Our citizens' lives are improved by having this entertainment opportunity. Our young student-athletes learn valuable lessons observing the young men who take the field each summer, on the first rung of what they hope will be their climb to the big leagues.