CT Tigers Release 2014 Schedule

Home Opener June 18 vs. Lowell Spinners

By Connecticut Tigers | October 17, 2013 10:19 AM ET

Norwich, CT - The New York-Penn League and the Connecticut Tigers have released the schedule for the upcoming 2014 season. The league begins play on June 13, while the Tigers open at Dodd Stadium on Wednesday, June 18 against the Lowell Spinners (Boston Red Sox affiliate).

Game times will remain the same, with all Monday through Saturday games at Dodd Stadium beginning at 7:05 p.m. and Sunday games beginning at 4:05 p.m. Individual game ticket prices will also remain the same in 2014 with Premium Box Seats at $10 per ticket, Reserved Box Seats $9, and Grandstand Seats $8. Tickets to The Yard Bar & Grill will also remain at $20.

Season tickets for the 2014 season are on sale now. Become a member of the Tiger family by reserving your season tickets at a significant savings off the walk-up price. Premium Box Seats for all 38 home games are just $325 per seat and Reserved Box Seats are $250 per seat, in addition to free parking and other exclusive benefits! The complete list of benefits can be found online at cttigers.com.

The Tigers will play six Friday night games during the summer of 2014, as well as six Saturdays and eight Sundays. Connecticut will play seven home games against Lowell Spinners (Red Sox), three versus the Brooklyn Cyclones (Mets), and three against the Staten Island Yankees (Yankees)!

The Tigers will continue the tradition of Friday Night Fireworks as well as giveaways at each Saturday home game in 2014. A full list of 2014 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 and play a 76 game (38 home, 38 away) schedule that runs from mid June through early September. 2014 season tickets are now on sale! The front office and ticket office is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and can be accessed in person or by calling 860-887-7962.

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

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