JACKSON, TENN. (February 26, 2013) - The Generals announced today that single-game tickets for the 2013 season will go on sale this Friday, March 1
st, beginning at 9:00 a.m. The Generals' home schedule begins on Wednesday, April 10
th against the Montgomery Biscuits (Tampa Bay) at 7:05 p.m. Fans may purchase their single-game tickets at the Ballpark box office, online at
jacksongeneralsbaseball.com, or by calling 731-988-5299.
Single-game ticket prices will remain the same as in 2012. Reserved seats (green chair back) are $10 and general admission seating (bleachers) will remain just $6.
The opening five-game homestand, April 10-14 will feature a Mike Zunino poster schedule giveaway (Jackson Sun) on opening night. The first Dollar Night (MobileNation) of the season is on April 11
th. That night is also Honor Roll Night (Union) as well as a post-game concert by Ann Alece and Co. Friday, April 12
th the Generals will be giving away postseason tickets to, either or both the Grizzlies and the Predators. Saturday, April 13
th will be the first fireworks show of the season and Educators Appreciation Night (Memphis-Lambuth).
New for 2013 are Pyro Packs for all 13 fireworks shows during the season. For just $75 ($130 value) fans can reserve their tickets to each of the High Tech Special Effects and Pyro Shows this season, including July 3
This season don't miss great giveaways every Friday at the ballpark. Giveaways this season include everything from cash to cars and player posters to garden gnomes.
Fans may continue to purchase season tickets at the Ballpark box office or by phone at 731-988-5299.
The Jackson Generals are the Double-A Southern League Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. This season marks the 16th season of minor league baseball in Jackson and West Tennessee.
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