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  • Tucson Saguaros play Roswell Invaders at Kino Sports Complex June 2-4

    Jun 02, 2016 | Read More News
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    Tucson SaguarosKino Sports Complex offers plenty of ways to entertain your family, friends, and visitors this summer without breaking the bank, starting with a three-game series between the Tucson Saguaros and the Roswell Invaders, June 2-4 at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, 2500 E. Ajo Way.

    With only three loses this season, the Tucson Saguaros continue in first place in the Pecos League South Division standings. This week, they take on the second place team, the Roswell Invaders.

    Games start at 7 p.m. each day. Gates open at 6 p.m. and parking is free.

    Buy your general admission tickets for $7.50 on the Tucson Saguaros website or at the Kino Stadium Box Office, 2500 E. Ajo Way, starting at 4 p.m. on game days. Seniors and military personnel can get $6 discounted tickets with a valid ID.

    To make this an affordable experience for all, Kino Sports Complex has introduced food and drink specials on select game nights. This and every Thursday, the Stadium will offer its “Thirsty Thursdays” drink special featuring $1 beers and $1 sodas after the first pitch. Also, every Friday they will have $1 hot dogs for its first ever, “Hot Dog Nights.” 

    “We just want people to come out and have fun with their families without thinking too much about the cost,” said Reenie Ochoa, Kino Stadium director. 

    The Stadium also has a novelty shop where fans can purchase Tucson Saguaros gear including ball caps, shirts and more, to support them through the end of the season.

    The Tucson Saguaros will play at Kino’s Veterans Memorial Stadium every Thursday, Friday and Saturday through July 28. 

    For more information about the team, visit the Tucson Saguaros website or call (520) 909-5600.

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