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Lowell Spinners Tickets
Team: Lowell Spinners
Affiliation: Boston Red Sox
Classification: Class-A Short Season
League: New York-Penn League
Division: Stedler Division
Lowell Spinners TicketsThe Lowell Spinners are the Class-A Short Season affiliate for the nearby Boston Red Sox. The Spinners have been an affiliate of the Red Sox organization since the team was founded in 1996. The first few seasons were a bit of a struggle for the team as they didn't put up a winning record until 2000 and didn't make a postseason appearance until 2008. The Spinners have been a hit with the city of Lowell in spite of their early struggles as the team drew nearly 100,000 fans over the course of the 1996 season and then eclipsed that number multiple times over the next few seasons. Between 1999 and 2010, the Spinners actually sold every single ticket for their home games. It is believed to be the first time that a professional team has ever sold every ticket for at least eight consecutive seasons. While things have been feast or famine for the Lowell Spinners, they are coming off a season where they made their first league championship appearance. Get your Lowell Spinners tickets at StubHub to see the team play.
Are there any notable players who have played for the Lowell Spinners?As a Red Sox affiliate for nearly 25 seasons, the Lowell Spinners have seen many of the names that Boston Red Sox fans love pass through their franchise. The early 2000s saw players like Clay Buchholz, Jonathan Papelbon, Hanley Ramirez and Shea Hillenbrand play in Lowell. Also, players like Kevin Youkilis and Jacoby Ellsbury, who were key members of Boston's 2007 World Series team, are former Spinners. More recently, modern superstars like Mookie Betts, Jackie Bradley Jr. and Andrew Benintendi are Spinners alumni who have made an impact in the majors.
Where do the Lowell Spinners play their home games?Edward A. LeLacheur Park is the home of the Lowell Spinners since the 1998 season. The 5,000-seat stadium is also the home of the UMass Lowell River Hawks baseball team. The stadium sits on the banks of the Merrimack River. As far as concessions go, Edward A. LeLacheur Park offers everything from typical ballpark food to healthy options and even an all-you-can-eat barbecue buffet. Due to the team's proximity to their parent organization, there is a lot in the stadium that pays tribute to the Boston Red Sox as well.
Do the Lowell Spinners have any important games on their schedule this season?Any of the games that the Lowell Spinners play against the other three teams in the Stedler Division mean more due to their impact on playoffs. It's also worth finding out when the Lowell Spinners play the Staten Island Yankees. The rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees in the majors trickles all the way down through their farm systems. Check out StubHub to see when the Spinners play these big games.
Who is the Lowell Spinners' manager?Luke Montz, the first manager to guide the Spinners to the New York-Penn League championship series, will be returning for his second season as the team's skipper. Before starting his managerial career, Montz played for 13 seasons, including making it to the majors with the Washington Nationals in 2008 and the Oakland Athletics in 2013. Coach Montz retired after the 2015 season before getting into coaching in 2018 with Portland. In his first season as the manager of the Lowell Spinners, not only did Montz lead the team to the championship series, he also put up a record of 42-34 and won the Stedler Division.
Where can I buy Lowell Spinners tickets?You can grab your tickets to see the Lowell Spinners at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub. StubHub provides multiple ticket delivery options, 360-degree seating previews and a secure checkout process to assure your information is protected.
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