Madison Bull Pen Club Hosts Annual Night Game May 16th


MADISON, NJ – “Take me out to the ballgame” is an enduring phrase in towns across the nation, and the Madison High School Bull Pen Club knows how baseball can bring communities together to celebrate one of America’s favorite pastimes. 

The booster club will host the Varsity Dodgers baseball game on Saturday, May 16, who will face off against the Midland Park Panthers, with first pitch scheduled for 7:00 pm.

The community is invited to come out and enjoy a good old-fashioned night of baseball under the lights at Dodge Field, located between Central and Greenwood Avenues, in downtown Madison. 

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The snack hut will be open for hot food and snacks for sale at 6:30 while senior players and their parents are honored during a short ceremony. 

Admission to the game is free for a night out for young families, senior citizens and Little Leaguers alike. 

The first 25 Little Leaguers in uniform will receive a free hot dog and senior citizens will be entitled to one free beverage.  Lawn chairs are recommended, as well as jackets for when the sun sets.


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