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Summit H.S. Baseball Takes on Parsippany at TD Park in Bridgewater May 8; Admission Includes Voucher for Future Minor League Game Ticket

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Summit team captain Jason Schneider mid-windup during the Hilltoppers 7-6, 'Pack The Park' night win over New Providence. Credits: Jeff Miller
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TD Park Credits: facebook.com/somersetpatriots
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SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Varsity Baseball Team, 10-5 on the season and 5-1 in League play, will compete on a slightly bigger stage than they are accustomed when they travel to Bridgewater to face Parsippany at TD Park.

First pitch is set for 1 p.m.

The 6,100 seat venue is home to the Somerset Patriots of the Atlantic League. The Patriots will be in Sugarland, TX, taking on the Skeeters, but the $10 ticket price for the game featuring the Hilltoppers and Redhawks includes a voucher for a future Patriots game ticket.

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All concession stands will be shuttered, so fans can bring their own food and beverages to the game.

TD Park is located at 860 East Main Street in Bridgewater Township.

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