The Harrisburg Senators announce that their seventh annual Hot Stove Dinner presented by Ollie's Bargain Outlet is Saturday, February 4. For a third year in a row the dinner is at the Central Hotel and Conference Center Best Western Premier. The evening allows fans a chance to interact with players and Nats front office staff members as well chatting about baseball in the middle of winter.
Special guests this year include the Senators 2016 manager, Matt LeCroy, pitchers Tyler Mapes and Greg Ross and outfielder Andrew Stevenson. The Washington Nationals will also be represented as Doug Harris, Assistant General Manager and Vice President Player Development; Mark Scialabba, Director, Player Development; and Ryan Thomas, Assistant Director, Minor League Operations will also be in attendance.
The evening begins with a cocktail hour at 6:00pm, followed by dinner at 7:00pm. The program begins after dinner at about 8:00 p.m. There is a silent auction and raffle with the winners announced at the end of the evening. The three players and Matt LeCroy will be available for pictures and autographs from 6:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
The seated-dinner is $45 per person through December 31 and then $55 after January 1 through the ticket deadline, which is Friday, January 20. To purchase a table of eight prior to January 1 is $280 with the price increasing after January 1. Tickets are available online here or by calling Blair Jewell at 231-4444 ext. 122.
The Senators offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily during the off-season. The 2017 home opener is Thursday, April 6th against the Altoona Curve. For information about season tickets, ticket plans, group tickets please call the Senators at 717-231-4444 or visit the Senators online at www.senatorsbaseball.com.You can find the Senators on Facebook at facebook.com/senatorsbaseball or @hbgsenators on Twitter. You can also find Senators information at The Island Chronicles blog which is updated frequently. It's located at harrisburgsenatorsmlb.wordpress.com.
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