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Utica Unicorns Tickets
Venue: Jimmy John's Field
All Time Greats: Chris Cruz, Seth Sorensen, Randy Dobnak, Austin Crutcher
Affiliation: United Shore Professional Baseball League
Utica Unicorns TicketsWhen the Metro Detroit town of Utica first saw the Unicorns play in 2016, baseball fans were assured of 50 games on either Wednesday through Sunday or Thursday through Sunday in a brand new stadium. The Unicorns dueled their way to their first championship in 2016 in a 5-0 series shut out against the Birmingham-Bloomfield Beavers, with whom they share a home stadium. Featuring pitcher Seth Sorensen, the team has had a good recent run. The year 2019 proved spectacular for the team as 62 out of 75 games showed top attendance, and ESPN3 featured the league for two years in a row. While the team is not directly affiliated with any MLB parent teams, they do offer opportunities for players to showcase their skills and move up to the major league. If you want to see both established talent and witness talent up and coming, then nab Utica Unicorns tickets at StubHub, and head for Jimmy John's Field in Utica.
Who are some top Utica Unicorns players?Pitcher Seth Sorensen made a fine beginning in late season 2019, when he pitched part of an inning at the bottom of the seventh, permitting one hit to sneak by. In a July 2017 game, Randy Dobnak pitched in the whole game to give up two runs on four hits as he didn't walk any player and struck out seven. In the same game, Chris Cruz hit an RBI double in the top of the eighth inning to break the 2-2 tie. Cruz' on-base plus slugging percentage for 2017 was 0.667 in 46 games played, 163 at-bats, 30 runs and 32 hits.
Who coaches the Utica Unicorns?Manager Greg Grall brings his major and minor league expertise to the Unicorns since beginning his career in 1993 as player and coach. Grall both consulted and coached for the MLB World Games from 2004 to 2006.
What is the home field like for the Utica Unicorns?Jimmy John's Field is definitely fan friendly. With 400 feet to center field and 325 feet to left and right, the field's natural turf adds to the feeling of a traditional baseball experience. The stadium is also the home field for the Birmingham Bloomfield Beavers, Westside Wooly Mammoths and Eastside Diamond Hoppers. There are 2,000 box seats in addition to regular individual seating to total 4,500, a grassy berm for casual viewing of the game and a wiffle ball field for the kids. The field is close to route M-59 in downtown Utica with plenty of nearby parking.
How do the Utica Unicorns perform?In the winning championship game of 2016, Utica Unicorns outfielders Austin Crutcher and Chris Cruz perform as the Unicorns held onto their 2-0 lead. Crutcher smacked 15 home runs for the season and Cruz homered nine times to claim second and third places, respectively, in home runs.
Has a Utica Unicorns player moved on to major league opportunities?Yes. Pitcher Randy Dobnak claimed fame as the first Unicorn to move along to the majors as he debuted for the Minnesota Twins on August 9, 2019. Since the USPBL began in 2016, 27 of the organization's players have been contracted by the major leagues.
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