The season is winding down and the Chicago Bandits have their last homestand this weekend!!! Yes, I know that it’s the weekend of Market Days. Who can really spend two whole days standing at a street festival? No one. Unless you break it up with a little bit of good old fashion fun at the ballpark. No, not Wrigley (though we LOVE our Cubbies), at Rosemont Stadium! The Ladies of the Bandits want to say goodbye until next season by celebrating a few things very close to their hearts.
The Chicago Bandits will be celebrating Pink in the Park Night on Saturday, August 13, the game will feature commemorative pink jerseys, wristbands, and pink bases. Those who attend will have the chance to win a special pink bat in honor of Pink in the Park Night. For this night, and this night only, outfield seats for this game will be just $1.11 (plus taxes) to celebrate their first season in their state-of-the-art softball field, Rosemont Stadium.
The Bandit’s season finale is scheduled for this Sunday, August 14. The Bandits hope to continue their run for the playoffs will be celebrating their fans! The Bandits know that without loyal fans Women’s Pro Fast Pitch wouldn’t be possible. In addition to an exciting game, the Bandits there will be different giveaways during each inning of the game. One lucky fan will receive a pair of season tickets for the 2012 season.
So be sure to clear your schedule and make some time to give these ladies a final cheer before heading to the playoffs! These are the top elite athletes in fast pitch softball. They are in your backyard and no one should pass up the opportunity to see them play. Support for these women now ensures that there will be venues that our nieces, daughters, and neighbors will have to look forward to when they grow up. Players are available for autographs after the game or just a good ‘ole hi five! Don’t forget to call for tickets 1-877-7BANDIT.
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About The Athlesbian
Meg was born and raised in Chicago where she became an avid sports fan the moment she laid her eyes on her first ball. She has a knack for picking up any sport quickly as most four sport high school athletes would. Meghan played two sports in college and spent her post college years playing women’s pro football, capturing a national title, before having to quit due to injury. She still plays numerous sports in rec leagues around the city and boasts at a recent team tryout knocked out 51 consecutive push-ups in a minute. Always willing to try something new she just played in her first rugby match. Meghan currently works as a fire-medic and is finishing her Master’s degree from University of Chicago, and no, unfortunately, its not in sports reporting!