Sept. 1, 2005
Schaumburg Flyers End Summer with Family Fun
By Randy J. Klodz
Canít get tickets to the Chicago White Sox this weekend? Why not check
out the Schaumburg Flyers at beautiful Alexian Field for the teamís final
homestand of the 2005 season?
The Schaumburg Flyers—an independent, professional minor league
team based in Schaumburg, a northwestern suburb of Chicago—wrap up the
2005 season with a three-game series against the St. Paul Saints Sept. 2 until
A ballgame at Alexian Field is a family event in that a trip for the
whole family will cost less than it will at a major league facility. Single
game ticket prices include: $10.50 for reserved club level seating; $9.50
for reserved seating; and $5.50 for lawn or bleacher seating. For those fans
opting for the spacious, beautiful lawn seating, feel free to bring a blanket
or towel to sit on.
Children and adults will enjoy the enthusiasm of Bearon, the baron-like,
bear mascot of the Schaumburg Flyers. Fans can also appreciate the inning-change
entertainment that often includes promotional giveaways, fan interaction,
or various sponsored events such as character races.
Also, fans attending the Schaumburg Flyers game on Saturday, Sept. 3
will enjoy postgame fireworks, weather permitting. Best of all ample, free
on-site parking surrounds Alexian Field. Alexian Field is also easily accessible
by Metra. Be sure to check schedules for proper dates, times, and lines.
Schaumburg Flyers players such as Justin Hendrickson, Josue Lopez, and
Nigel Thatch, who many fans may know as ďLeonĒ from the popular Budweiser
advertisements, are hungry for big league action. Donít miss your chance to
see exiting Schaumburg Flyers baseball.
Alexian Field is at 1999 Springinsguth Rd. in suburban Schaumburg, Ill.
For more information on the Schaumburg Flyers log on to www.flyersbaseball.com
or contact them directly at 847-891-2255.