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Buy and Keep Your Favorite Baseball Seats

Seats removed from McKechnie Field are available for sale with proceeds benefiting charity.

If you have just $25, you can watch baseball games from stadium seats anytime you want.

The Pittsburgh Pirates and Bradenton Marauders are selling the seats scheduled to be removed from McKechnie Field. Just imagine these baseball seats in the middle of your den.

The cost is a $25 donation to Pirates Charities for each seat purchased. Proceeds from the purchase of the seats will benefit Pirates Charities, the official philanthropic arm of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Order forms are available online at www.BradentonMarauders.com. The order form can be returned by mail or fax. Orders can also be placed by email to Justin.Kristich@pirates.com.  Orders with full payment must be received by Dec. 14. Seats may be picked up at Pirate City from Dec. 17 to Dec. 19 only — just in time for Christmas.

McKechnie Field is currently undergoing a $10 million renovation project that will include new, more comfortable seats in the infield seating areas. Additional bleacher seating is also being added in the outfield to increase the capacity of the ballpark by approximately 2,000 people.

Pirates Charities is a 501(c)(3) organization that focuses on three core areas of youth health, fitness and education.  Since its inception in 2006, Pirates Charities has distributed more than $2.4 million to organizations and programs committed to improving the lives of children and adults. In 2011, the Pirates and Pirates Charities assisted more than 3,000 organizations.  To learn more about the Pirates’ positive impact in the community, visit www.Pirates.com/community.    

For more information about the sale of removed seats or the McKechnie Field renovation project, visit BradentonMarauders.com, call 941-747-3031 or email Justin.Kristich@pirates.com.  

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