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Captains Renew Agreement With WELW
"We are very excited to continue our relationship with WELW for years to come. This has always been a great partnership and look forward to it continuing", said Brad Seymour, Captains vice president and general manager.
Craig Deas will return as the "Voice of the Captains." Deas is in his ninth year with the franchise and will call all the home games and select road games. Brian LaRiche will return to handle the majority of the road games as well as joining Deas in the booth for home games.
"We are proud to make this continued commitment for the next three years. Our listeners tell us they enjoy hearing Captains Baseball on radio – while at the ballpark, at home or on the road," WELW general manager Ray Somich said. "We also know that we have a significant local and national on-line audience of baseball fans, families and friends who follow their favorite young college and high school stars. All-in-all, we're grateful to be in a position where we can add this real value…free quality entertainment to our community."
Captains individual game tickets go on sale this Saturday, March 12 at 9 a.m. at the Classic Park box office, online at captainsbaseball.com and by phone at 440-954-WINS (9467).
Full season tickets plans, 7-, 12-, 20-, and 35-game mini ticket plans for the 2011 season are on sale now at great prices complete with several exclusive benefits. Information can be found at the Captains website www.captainsbaseball.com.
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