Thursday, December 1, 2022

First Pitch For The Peninsula Pilots Set For May 29

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HAMPTON-The Peninsula Pilots will open their 2021 baseball season on Saturday, May 29.

The Pilots will play a full regular season this year from the end of May through early August.  Their season will include 22 home games as well as three exhibition games.

Specials and promotions throughout The Peninsula Pilots season will include $1 hot dogs on Mondays; $1 all you-can-eat popcorn on Tuesdays; half-priced tickets and selection of wine and canned cocktails for ladies on Wednesdays; $1 water and beer on Thursdays; and local seafood specials on Fridays.  The Pilots will also host an ice cream social for their only Sunday game of the season on Sunday, June 6.

Different ticket package options are available. To purchase tickets, visit www.peninsulapilots.com.

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