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From East Tennessee State University

 

JOHNSON CITY, TN  – From Aug. 27-29, three Appalachian League baseball teams – the Johnson City Cardinals, Elizabethton Twins and Bristol White Sox – will celebrate ETSU PRIDE Week with free admission to their games for those wearing blue and gold East Tennessee State University attire or showing an ETSU ID card. 

ETSU President Dr. Brian Noland will throw out the first pitch at each of the three games, and ETSU students will sing the national anthem.  Each game begins at 7 p.m., with gates opening at 6 p.m.

 These ETSU PRIDE Night games and contact information for each are: 

  • Bristol White Sox vs. Burlington (N.C.) Royals at DeVault Memorial Stadium on Tuesday, Aug. 27. Contact Mahlon Luttrell at (276) 206-9946 or visit www.bristolsox.com.
  • Johnson City Cardinals vs. Burlington Royals at Howard Johnson Field on Wednesday, Aug. 28. Contact Chuck Arnold at (423) 461-4866 or visit www.jccardinals.com.
  • Elizabethton Twins vs. Pulaski (Va.) Mariners at Joe O'Brien Stadium on Thursday, Aug. 29. Contact Mike Maines at (423) 547-6441 or visit www.elizabethtontwins.com.

For more information on ETSU PRIDE Week, visit www.etsu.edu/alumni or call the ETSU National Alumni Association at (423) 439-4218.

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