NORWICH, CT- The New York-Penn League and the Connecticut Tigers have released the schedule for the upcoming 2018 season. The season will mark the ninth for the Tigers in Norwich at Dodd Stadium. The Tigers open up the 2018 season at home on Friday, June 15th against the Lowell Spinners (Red Sox affiliate) with fireworks after the game!
Game time for Monday through Friday home games will be 7:05 pm. The one exception will be Wednesday, July 25th at 11:05 am for Camp Day. All Saturday home games in 2018 will begin at 6:05 pm and all Sunday home games will begin at 4:05 pm.
Season Memberships to "The Club" for the 2018 season are on sale now! Whether you're looking for the ultimate fan experience or looking to take advantage of great savings over individual game pricing, memberships come with exclusive benefits including a customized jersey, an exclusive bus trip to a road game, free parking and much more! The complete list of benefits can be found online at cttigers.com/theclub. 2018 mini plans will go on sale in November.
The Tigers will play six Friday night home games during the summer of 2018, as well as six Saturdays and six Sundays. Connecticut will play nine home games against the Boston Red Sox affiliate the Lowell Spinners (June 15-17, July 4-6, August 26-28), five versus the New York Yankees affiliate the Staten Island Yankees (June 28-30, August 11-12), and three against the New York Mets affiliate the Brooklyn Cyclones (June 21-23).
2018 will feature eight fireworks shows including six Friday Night Fireworks (including Opening Night) as well as shows on Wednesday, July 4th and Saturday, August 11th. A full list of 2018 promotions will be released in the months leading up to the start of the season.
The Connecticut Tigers are the New York-Penn League affiliate of the Detroit Tigers located at Dodd Stadium in Norwich, Connecticut. 2018 season ticket memberships, and team merchandise are now on sale! The front office and box office is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday and can be accessed in person or by calling 860-887-7962.
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