Washington Wild Things Host 2013 Frontier League All-Star Game

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Tuesday, July 16, 2013 | 4:56 AM


The Washington Wild Things and CONSOL ENERGY PARK will play host to the Frontier League’s signature events, the 2013 All-Star Game Wednesday night starting at 7:05pm and can be heard here on the MSA Sports Network.

The All-Star Festivities will feature a softball clinic and exhibition softball game with the Akron Racers, a professional women’s softball team, the Home Run Derby contest, a community activity with Habitat for Humanity , a luncheon with keynote speaker Steve Blass, the 2013 Frontier League All-Star Game and much, much more.

The Frontier League’s All-Star Week festivities get underway on Monday evening when guests will arrive and attend a reception. On Tuesday July 16th, fans are invited to attend the 2013 All-Star Luncheon with keynote speaker and Pittsburgh Pirates broadcaster Steve Blass. Also, the same day, fans are encouraged to register their local softball teams/softball enthusiasts for a free clinic with the Akron Racers. Following the clinic, the sluggers from both the East and West Division in the Frontier League will participate in the 2013 Home Run Derby. Plus, stay a little later after the conclusion of the Home Run Derby and witness a “battle of the sexes” exhibition softball game between the Frontier League All-Stars and the Racers.

Then, on Wednesday July 17th, to conclude All-Star week, the top talents from both the East and West Division, respectively, will face off in the 2013 All-Star Game. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05.

For any further information or to reserve tickets, call the CONSOL ENERGY PARK Box office at (724) 250-9555, stop by the front office or visit www.washingtonwildthings.com

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