Stockton Ports Take The Field For Education Day At Banner Island Ballpark

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STOCKTON, CA — Get ready for a day filled with excitement and educational fun as the Stockton Ports gear up to face the Fresno Grizzlies at Banner Island Ballpark in Downtown Stockton. This special event, celebrated as Education Day and sponsored by ABLE Charter Schools, promises a blend of sport and learning, making it a perfect outing for school groups and families alike.

The Stockton Ports, a staple of the city with a history spanning over 60 seasons and boasting 11 league titles, are set to bring their A-game to the beautiful riverside venue. Fans can enjoy classic ballpark food, the refreshing Delta breeze, and an array of family-friendly activities.

Children attending the game will find plenty to keep them entertained at the SJC Foster and Adoption Kids’ Zone. The area features exciting attractions including a Bounce House, Giant Slide, and Speed Pitch, ensuring that the little ones have as much fun off the field as they do watching the game.

Adding to the historical charm of the day, attendees can dive into Stockton’s rich baseball legacy, which reportedly inspired the famous baseball poem "Casey at the Bat" by Ernest Thayer. This piece of trivia adds an educational twist to the day, making it not only a sporting event but also a cultural learning experience.

For those looking to attend, tickets are available in various forms including individual game tickets, season passes, group tickets, and mini-plans. Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets online or directly at the ballpark.

Don’t miss out on this unique combination of education and sports, where you can support the local team and enrich your knowledge of Stockton’s historical contribution to America’s favorite pastime.

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