Six HarbourCats named to league all star roster

Playoff tickets are on sale today, Tuesday, July 12 in two-game packages, with single-game tickets expected to go on sale around July 26

  • Jul. 13, 2016 10:00 a.m.

A half-dozen HarbourCats players are 2016 WCL All Stars. Griffin Andreychuk, Ben Polshuk, Jarron Silva, Austin Dondanville, Will McAffer and Josh Mitchell will appear in the baseball game hosted by Cowlitz Bears. The WCL’s annual showcase is set for Tuesday, July 19 at David Story Field in Longview, Washington. A Home Run Derby will be held prior to the game.

Hot off sweeping a double header against the Cowlitz Black Bears, the Victoria HarbourCats are on fire heading into the playoffs. The Cats shut out the Bears 5-0 in the first and 2-0 in the second Friday night in Longview, Wash., bringing their series standing to 23-4.

 

 

Playoff tickets are on sale today,  Tuesday, July 12 in two-game packages, with single-game tickets expected to go on sale around July 26, depending on the sales volume of the two-game packages. Ten-pack tickets are also still available for regular season home games.

Tickets can be purchased online at harbourcats.com, by phone at

778-265-0327 or in person at 101-1814 Vancouver St.

 

The team office is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For more ticket and schedule information, go to harbourcats.com.

 

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