Long Island Ducks Schedule
Baseball is America's Pastime and nothing quite encapsulates the American spirit as
minor league baseball where the players are giving one hundred percent all the time, struggling day in and day out to make
it to the Big Leagues. The Long Island Ducks who play in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball are one of the most
popular minor league teams in the country due both tho their success and the accessibility of the players to their biggest
fans. The 2014 Ducks are coming off of back-to-back championships in 2012 and 2013 and you can be sure that every player on
the Ducks' roster will be giving it their all to make it a three-peat. If you want to see for yourself what minor league baseball
is all about by watching one of the best teams in the country get your Long Island Ducks tickets from StubHub today.
2014 the Long Island Ducks will be taking on all of the best teams in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball as they
make their charge to the top of the Liberty division standings. From May 30th through June 1st the Ducks will have a huge
home stand in a series against the Somerset Patriots. The two teams once again find themselves locked in a battle for first
place in the Liberty division and this could prove to be one of the most important series of the season by the time the playoffs
roll around. The Ducks' 2014 schedule features home series at Bethpage Ballpark against all of their biggest Atlantic League
of Professional Baseball rivals including the Somerset Patriots, the Lancaster Barnstormers, the York Revolution, the Bridgeport
Bluefish, the Sugar Land Skeeters, the Camden Riversharks, and the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. Pick the games you want to
go to and buy your tickets today to go out and show the Long Island Ducks your support.
Island Ducks entered the 2014 season as defending back-to-back Atlantic League of Professional Baseball champions which means
that this year every team in the league will be looking to take them down. However, manager Kevin Baez has quite a talented
roster to work with and he has proven time and time again that he knows just the right moves to make in order to pull out
a big win. The team has won a total of three league championships with the other one coming in 2004. Clearly the Ducks are
the cream of the crop in the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball and feature some of the best players in the league.
Chances are some of the biggest Ducks superstars could get a call up to Major League Baseball in the near future and you could
soon be seeing them play for an MLB team. You will want to be there all season long as the Ducks look to win an unprecedented
third league championship in a row, so be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible while the best seats in the stadium
are still available.
The time honored tradition of taking in a baseball game is unmatched
by anything else in the world of sports. After all, there is a reason baseball is called America's Pastime. From the smell
of the freshly cut grass to the National Anthem echoing through the stands and the crack of the bat as a batter connects with
a pitch, to the sight of a ball flying over the outfield wall and the taste of fresh hot dogs or Cracker Jacks, attending
a baseball game is a a sensory experience like no other and the memories it produces will last a lifetime. The ultimate family
day or night out, a baseball game is the perfect bonding experience whether seeing the game with family, friends, or co-workers.
As the innings and pitches pile up everyone in attendance can feel the intensity pick up as every pitch, run, and base runner,
begin to matter more and more. By the time the seventh inning stretch rolls around a break from the action is welcome just
to settle the nerves and enjoy a traditional song before getting right back to all the excitement for the final two and a
half innings. As you file out of the stadium after the last out you likely will already be wanting to start making plans for
your next visit to the ballpark.
Long Island Ducks Atlantic League of Professional Baseball
League of Professional Baseball was founded in 1998 and is not directly affiliated with any MLB or minor league teams. Players
who get called up out of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball typically end up playing for Triple-A or Double-A affiliates
of MLB teams. The league is made up of eight teams: the Long Island Ducks, the Somerset Patriots, the Lancaster Barnstormers,
the York Revolution, the Bridgeport Bluefish, the Sugar Land Skeeters, the Camden Riversharks, and the Southern Maryland Blue
Crabs. The Long Island Ducks are the defending champions having won the league title in 2012 and 2013.
Harrleson, one of the team's part owners won a Gold Glove in 1971 and was the manager of the New York Mets before becoming
the first manager in the history of the Long Island Ducks.