Pacifics Unveil May 26 and 27 Weekend Exhibition Slate
Pre-Season Games vs. Barnstorming Black Sox at Albert Park and Napa
San Rafael, CA- The three-time league champion San Rafael Pacifics, entering their sixth season of play, will have two pre-season exhibition games available to their fans.
On Friday, May 26th, the Pacifics will play at Albert Park at 7:05 P.M, and on Saturday May 27th, the Pacifics will head north to Napa Valley College for an 11 A.M first pitch. The barnstorming New Jersey Black Sox, a professional travel team, will be the opponent for both games.
“These games will be a real treat for our fans,” said Pacifics Assistant General Manager, Megan Castellucci. “The Black Sox have sent a lot of players to teams throughout all ranks of pro baseball, so our fans will get a chance to see some of the rising stars.”
Tickets for the Friday game at Albert Park are available on by clicking here or at the Barbier Security Ticket Booth at Albert Park, which opens one hour before game time. All seats for the Friday game are available for only $5.00.
Napa’s bid to enter the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs took another step forward when Napa Silverados owner Bruce Johnston announced that the Pacifics will play the second of their exhibition games with the Black Sox at Napa Valley College, the slated future home of the Silverados.
“I’m really excited for the Napa community to get this chance to see one of the Pacific Association teams in action,” said Johnston. “While it’s only a spring training game and by no means will the ballpark be anywhere near as ready as it will be when the Silverados begin play in 2018, I’m overjoyed to give our community a brief look at the level of quality baseball and fun family entertainment they can expect to see next year.”
There will be no charge for the Napa game but there only a limited number of tickets available. Pacifics fans wanting to attend should contact the Pacifics front office at 415-485-1563 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to register for tickets on a first come, first served basis.
“We’re really interested to play at Napa Valley College as a first look at what it will be like for Napa to be in the league next year,” said Castellucci. “This is a great opportunity for us to show Napa how much fun it is to have a minor-league team in their community.”