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Anaheim (Angel Stadium): August 31, 2019, 3:00PM

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Baseball Prospectus and the Los Angeles Angels invite you to join us for a great day of baseball on Saturday August 31, 2019 at Angel Stadium.

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Baseball Prospectus Visits Angel Stadium – August 31, 2019

It wouldn’t be a new season without a new slate of Baseball Prospectus ballpark events, and I’m particularly excited about what we have planned for 2019! We’ll be spending time with some old friends and hopefully meeting a bunch of new ones. Our goals for these events are to connect our readers with teams, to hear from some of your favorite BP writers, and to get to know each other as a community of baseball fans.

All of the events include game tickets and access to a pre-game program including panels with members of the team’s front office, BP staffers, and special guests. We’ve even planned it so that many of these events are on giveaway nights. Plus, if that isn’t enough, if you show up to the event, you get a $15 coupon for your next BP renewal or subscription, so it truly is a deal you can’t refuse.

So come hang out and watch baseball with us this season. Here’s where you can do it:

  • August 31, 2019 – Angel Stadium
  • Los Angeles Angels vs Boston Red Sox
  • Ticket Price: $43
  • Game Time: 6:07pm
  • Event Time: 3:00pm (tentative)
  • Special Guests: Billy Eppler, General Manager; Andrew Ball, Director of Operations; Jonathan Strangio, Assistant General Manager; Kevin Ferris, Director of Quantitative Analysis; Richard Anderson, Assistant Director of Quantitative Analysis
  • BP Attendees: Wilson Karaman, Jason Wojciechowski, Ginny Searle, Mark Barry, and more
  • Other Guests: Exciting Guests TBA!
  • Also: It’s Saturday Fireworks Night

You must be logged in or create a free account to make your purchase. Confirmations with additional details will be sent within three days of your purchase. Panelists subject to change based on day-of availability.

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