Sticking around for Memorial Day Weekend, then there is no better way to spend it than to come out to Jimmy John’s Field in downtown Utica and watch the Birmingham Bloomfield Beavers take on the Westside Woolly Mammoths at 1:05 p.m. USPBL Hat Giveaway, $1 Hot Dogs, Soft Drinks and Chips, and all active and retired Military FREE.
Gates Open at Noon
Kids Run the Bases After Every Game! | USPBL Dance Crew and JJ The Field General perform at every game.
Memorial Day Hat Giveaway
The first 1,000 fans will receive at FREE Memorial Day themed hat!
$1 hot dogs, $1 chips, $1-12 oz. soft drinks
All active and retired military receive a FREE ticket, and families will get a $2 discount off any box seat.
The United Shore Professional Baseball League was founded by Rochester-based General Sports and Entertainment, and is the culmination of a 10-year effort by General Sports to bring professional baseball to the Detroit area. General Sports is led by President & CEO Andy Appleby, a former Senior Vice President of the Detroit Pistons and Palace Sports and Entertainment. General Sports previously owned and operated the Fort Wayne Wizards, a Minor League Baseball team in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and the Derby County Football Club, an English football (soccer) club in the English Premier and Championship Football Leagues. The USPBL will give General Sports the opportunity to employ every best practice that its experienced team has learned over the past 30 years at the highest level of sports management and marketing.
The USPBL launched May 2016 with an initial slate of three teams playing a full 75-game schedule at Jimmy John’s Field in historic downtown Utica. The USPBL is the first league in history to feature best practices such as having all of its games played on prime dates, Thursday to Sunday from mid-May through early September – the very finest months of weather in Michigan.
For more information, visit the USPBL website.
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