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suziehomemaker
08-04-2005, 08:16 AM
I received the following email about this event so I thought I'd share it with y'all in case anyone would like to go. Please note that I am in no way endorsing the White Sox, my DH is a die hard Yankees fan so I need to document this! It sounds like fun . . .

Be a White Sox designated knitter -- join us for White Sox Stitch &
Pitch night!

On Tuesday, September 20, 2005, the White Sox are offering specially
priced tickets to all knitters and their family and friends. Bring
your projects and meet other crafty Chicagoans while cheering on the
Chicago White Sox against the Cleveland Indians. Tickets for seats
in the special Stitch & Pitch section are being offered at half
price, just $12!

To order tickets, download and print the ticket order form (.pdf) and
mail or fax it in with payment. The form is available at:
http://www.stitchnbitch.org/sox.pdf

Tickets may also be purchased online (a $4 per ticket service fee
will apply to all online orders). To order online, go to
http://www.whitesox.com, click on "Schedule" and then on "T" in the
September 20 box. On the order page, type SNP in the promotion code
box.

All orders must be received by Tuesday, September 6 with full payment.

Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and seats
are limited - order yours today! Don't miss out on your chance to
combine two great American pastimes: baseball and knitting. Go Sox!

kemp
08-04-2005, 08:30 AM
That is such a great idea! I wish the Reds would do that. Although, I didn't really need an excuse to bring my knitting last time (they are pretty bad this year :( )

suziehomemaker
08-04-2005, 08:38 AM
All the women did was set up an email campaign to the team's main events person to have it made into a formal night. I think you could do this in any city with any team if you could just get enough people together to make it worthwhile to them.

This is from the Stitch-n-Bitch group in Chicago so it's quite a large group. They got the idea from the Seattle Mariner's night that another group asked for out there.