South Bend, Indiana (October 8,2014)- Your South Bend Silver Hawks will take the field in 2014 for Opening Night April 8th at Four Winds Field against the Beloit Snappers. The first 6 day home stand will kick off the 140 regular season schedule, 70 of which will be played at Four Winds Field. Your Silver Hawks will be in hunt for another run at the Championship in 2014.
"It is always an exciting time during the offseason when we get our schedule for the upcoming season. This past season was memorable but next year will be even better. It is our commitment to provide new and exciting opportunities to improve the experience at Four Winds Field." states Joe Hart, Team President.
The 2014 season includes 22 home stands at Four Winds Field. Silver Hawks' home games include the Fourth of July weekend, Friday, July 4, through Sunday, July 6 against the Lake County Captains, as well as a Memorial Day weekend series with two afternoon games set for 2:05p.m. on Sunday and Monday ending with a 10:35a.m. game on Tuesday against the Lansing Lugnuts. The schedule also includes a home stand Father's Day weekend, Friday, June 13, through Sunday, June 15, against the West Michigan Whitecaps. Your Silver Hawks will wrap up their regular season Friday, August 29 against the Bowling Green Hot Rods.
The 2014 season includes 9 Thirsty Thursdays, 16 spectacular fireworks shows, 10 Flat Screen Saturdays and many more action packed nights at the park. Three season seat packages are currently available for purchase. Choose from full season, half season or the weekender 12 game plan. Visit www.SilverHawks.com for season seat details or contact the Front Office at 574-235-9988. Individual tickets will be available to purchase March 12, 2014. A full schedule of home and road games for 2014 is available at www.SilverHawks.com .
The South Bend Silver Hawks are a Class A minor league team affiliated with the Arizona Diamondbacks. The team is owned and operated by Swing-Batter-Swing, LLC whose sole shareholder is Andrew T. Berlin of Chicago, IL.
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