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Frequently Asked Questions

Below, find a few Frequently Asked Questions about the newly released BlueClaws schedule (click here to see the schedule) and ticket information including what to do if you have rolled your ticket plan into 2021, if you are waiting to pick a date for your group outing, or are looking to purchase single-game tickets for the 2021 season.

If you still have additional questions, please email [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will single-game tickets go on sale?
A: BlueClaws Single-Game Tickets for the 2021 season are currently on sale. Click here to order online.

Q: I had a ticket package for the 2020 season that was rolled over into 2021. What happens now?

A: We are in the process of building out all of our ticket package dates and plans to fit into the current schedule. Be on the lookout for an email with instructions on how to select your package when the time comes.

Q: When can I pick a date for my group outing?
A: Our team will be reaching out to each group individually to go over options for the 2021 season. If you are a returning group and haven’t yet done so, please fill out this renewal date information form (click here), which will help expedite the process of date selection or your 2021 outing.

Q: Will you have promotions and theme nights this year?
A: Yes. Click here to see our presently-announced promotions with more to come!

Q: What kinds of safety protocols will be in place?
A: Click here to read about Jersey Shore SAFE, our safety plan built in conjunction with Major League Baseball, the state of New Jersey, and Ocean County.

Q: Who are these new teams on the schedule?
A: Minor League Baseball recently re-structured and the BlueClaws will be playing as a Hi-A team for the first time this year. As part of that re-structuring, a more geographical-friendly league has been built. We’ll be able to welcome in Brooklyn (Mets), Hudson Valley (Yankees), Wilmington (Nationals), Aberdeen (Orioles) to the Jersey Shore this year. All four of those teams played in different leagues over the last few years.

Q: What is the difference between Single-A and High-A?
A: The BlueClaws have played as a Single-A team since 2001, meaning there were three levels (High-A, Double-A, and Triple-A) above the BlueClaws in the Phillies system. Now, the BlueClaws have flipped places with Clearwater. Instead of BlueClaws players getting promoted to Clearwater, Threshers players will get promoted to come up to the Jersey Shore. The rest of the order remains the same, with Reading hosting Double-A players and Lehigh Valley the Triple-A affiliate.