Scrappers Take on Staten Island August 11-13

By Mahoning Valley Scrappers | August 8, 2017 4:23 PM ET

The Scrappers return to Eastwood Field for a vital series August 11-13 when they take on the Staten Island Yankees. The Yankees are in first place in the McNamara Division while the Scrappers are currently a half game behind the Pinckney Division leader. The Scrappers are holding onto the Wild Card spot and need your support during this three game homestand to lead the Pinckney Division. See what the August 11-13 homestand has in store for you.

Friday, August 11 vs. Staten Island @ 7:05PM

Sock out Hunger! The first 1,000 fans through the gate will receive a pair of specialty Scrappers socks presented by Dr. James LaPolla/Howland Health & Wellness Committee. Fans are also encouraged to bring any canned food items to be donated to the Bolindale Food Pantry. Fans that donate will receive a ticket voucher valid for any remaining 2017 regular season game. During the game there will be a silent auction featuring sports items that will benefit Akron Children's Hospital Mahoning Valley. Following the game enjoy a post game fireworks show presented by Central Park West, 21 WFMJ & WBCB.

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Saturday, August 12 vs. Staten Island @ 7:05pm

For one night only, the Scrappers will scrap their name and become the Mahoning Valley Packards presented by Eastwood Mall Complex. The players will don specialty Packard jerseys that will be available for auction during the game. Proceeds from the auction will benefit The National Packard Museum. It is also Scout Night. Scouts that register will be able to spend the night on the field following the game.  

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Sunday, August 13 vs. Staten Island @ 7:05pm

Bring the whole family out for Family Fun Day presented by Local Warren Area Owner/ Operator McDonald's. It is also Ohio Lottery Second Chance Sunday. Bring any non-winning Ohio Lottery ticket to the Mr. Rooter Box Office for a buy one get one Scrappers ticket.

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