Somerset Patriots vs. Road Warriors Baseball Game

Saturday, June 2nd

Road Warriors vs. Somerset Patriots

7:05 PM

TD Bank Ballpark

Promotion: FIREWORKS/ TD Bank Ballpark's 20th Anniversary Celebration 

 

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Game Details:

  • The game features a Post Game FIREWORKS Show presented by TD Bank
  • The Somerset Patriots will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of TD Bank Ballpark. Arrive early for a special pre-game ceremony.
Contact Information
  1. Ticket Office
  2. 9082520700
  3. ticketing@somersetpatriots.com
Sat, June 02
7:00 pm — 10:00 pm
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Saturday, June 2nd

Road Warriors vs. Somerset Patriots

7:05 PM

TD Bank Ballpark

Promotion: FIREWORKS/ TD Bank Ballpark's 20th Anniversary Celebration

Presented By:

Game Details:

The game features a Post Game FIREWORKS Show presented by TD Bank
The Somerset Patriots will celebrate the 20th Anniversary of TD Bank Ballpark. Arrive early for a special ...

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Bridgewater, NJ 08807

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