Volume 7 Issue 26a_Sun Bay Paper

at the Salty Crab / Wicked Tuna Bar down the 3rd base line, behind the Mussels bullpen. Friday, April 15 is “Big Cat Rescue Night” with Carole Baskin making a celebrity appearance, including throwing out the first pitch, and Mussels players will wear commemorative tiger-print jerseys available for auction at the conclusion of the game. Saturdays are another “Guarantee Win Night,” with a postgame fireworks display. The first 500 fans receive a Mussels Fanny Pack, while children participate in an Easter Egg Hunt on the field at 6 p.m. And next Sat, the 16th is “Animal Cruelty Awareness Night” with the Lee County Sheriffs Office to prevent animal mistreatment, as well as “Cancer Sucks Night” to assist non-profits in raising funds to help eliminate this dreaded disease. On Sundays, the Mussels host the “All You Can Eat” ballpark brunch that begins at Noon for $15per-person. Kids can play catch on the field from Noon to 12:30 p.m., then run the bases at the end of the game, with “Kids Club Sunday” members age 14 & under receiving a free ticket and T-shirt. Baumgartner, Booms & Beers! \ Oother 2022 celebrities appearances are Brian Baumgartner from “The Office” on April 29; Jon Gries, who portrayed “Uncle Rico” in “Napoleon Dynamite,” on June 3; and wrestling star Jerry “The King” Lawler on June 18. The Mussels host 17 fireworks extravaganzas, on all Friday Nights, Saturdays through July 2. There are five Beer Festivals on April 30, June 18, July 2 & 30, and August 27, with four special-themed jersey nights: Tiger theme on April 15; Pink Out Cancer on June 4; Hulk Smash on June 17; and 1992 Olympic Basketball on July 3, with all jerseys up for auction purchases throughout the games. Each of the ten Home series are Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7 p.m., with Sundays at 1 p.m., with the exceptions of Saturday, May 14, at 5 p.m., as Joe Nichols and Parmelee perform a free concert following the game, and Sunday, July 3rd game is, at 7 p.m. for the largest postgame fireworks in Mussels history. Tickets are $10 to $15; purchase them at www.mightymussels.com, the box office that opens 60 minutes before each game, or at 239-768-4210, with parking $10per-car. The Mussels play at Hammond Stadium at the Lee County Sports Complex at 14100 Six Mile Cypress Parkway. Vittas broadcasts every Mussels home game and select road contests worldwide at www.mightymussels.com, through the MiLB First Pitch App, or at www.milb.com/fort-myers/fans/ audio-listen-live. Catch the Major League Baseball stars of toMussels The Sun Bay Paper Page 27 EXPIRES April 30, 2022 Cont. from pg 23 April 8, 2022 - April 14, 2022 Solution to last weeks puzzle ‘Wherever’