Chattanooga Lookouts to Auction Off Autographed Team Jersey to Benefit Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts

By Chattanooga Lookouts | August 31, 2017 4:53 PM ET



CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - Today, the Chattanooga Lookouts have announced that they will auction off an Autographed Team Jersey to benefit Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The online auction is set to begin at noon on Friday September 1st and end at noon on Tuesday September 5th.

All proceeds from the auction will be given to Minor League Baseball Charities. MiLB Charities is collecting funds on behalf of Minor League Baseball's 160 teams to provide relief to the MiLB communities affected by Hurricane Harvey. MiLB Charities will match all donations provided by its teams, up to $10,000, and will send the collective funds to organizations selected by the MiLB office and those clubs whose communities are affected.

Fans who would like to bid on the jersey can click here once the auction begins. The bidding will start at $150.

The Lookouts last action packed homestand of the year begins tonight! The upcoming homestand features MEGA Fireworks and the ZOOperstars! on Friday (9/1), College Football Night on Saturday (9/2) and College Kids Eat Free on Sunday (9/3).

This homestand is also the last chance for fans to exchange their unused 2017 tickets. For all five games fans can trade in their unused 2017 tickets at the RE/MAX Ticket Office for a general admission seat. If you don't have any unused tickets, you can purchase tickets over the phone at 423-267-4TIX or visit Tickets for the team's upcoming playoff games on September 6 and 7 are also available now!    


About the Chattanooga Lookouts

The Chattanooga Lookouts, a founding member of the Southern League in 1885, are the 2015 Southern League Champions and the Class AA affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. The Lookouts play their home games at AT&T Field, located on Hawk Hill in downtown Chattanooga. For more information, keep up with the Lookouts year-round at, or by following us on Facebook ( Lookouts), Twitter (@ChattLookouts) and Instagram (@ChattLookouts).

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

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