Connecticut reveals 2013 All-Star logo

Game tickets, merchandise with logo are currently on sale

By Connecticut Tigers | November 13, 2012 8:00 AM ET

NORWICH, Conn. -- The 2013 New York-Penn League All-Star Celebration logo was officially unveiled online on Tuesday morning at cttigers.com, as well as on Facebook at facebook.com/connecticuttigers and on Twitter at twitter.com/thecttigers.

In conjunction with the unveiling of the All-Star Celebration logo, All-Star Tickets and T-Shirts are now on sale. The 2013 New York-Penn League All-Star Celebration Game will take place on Tue, Aug. 13 at 7:35 p.m. at Dodd Stadium in Norwich.

The All-Star Celebration logo honors the community's rich maritime history and its affiliation with the American League Champion Detroit Tigers. Maritime flags, an anchor and a dock rope make up the nautical logo, combined with classic Tigers Old English lettering.

"We're thrilled to be hosting this game," said vice president/general manager, C.J. Knudsen. "It's a great tribute to our fan base and exciting for all baseball fans throughout the state of Connecticut."

Ticket prices for the All-Star Celebration Game are the same as the 2013 single game ticket prices: $10.00 for premium seat tickets, $9.00 for reserved seat tickets and $8.00 for grandstand seat tickets, all of which are currently available online at www.cttigers.com and at the ticket office at Dodd Stadium.

The All-Star logo was brought to life at Brandiose in San Diego, Calif., where the company has generated top-selling logos for teams ranging from the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs to America's oldest baseball club, the Cincinnati Reds.

T-shirts featuring the All-Star Celebration logo will also be available through the Tigers' official website: www.cttigers.com.

The Dodd Stadium Box Office is open daily from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon-Fri. Fans who want to purchase tickets may call the Tigers at (860) 887-7962, visit the box office or log on to www.cttigers.com online.

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

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