All the festivities begin on Monday July 28 with a fanfest and skills competition. At 7pm the following day, the AA’s best of the best take the field for the league’s first All-Star Game since 2010.
This is the third time the Goldeyes will be hosting the summer classic. Prior to that they hosted the 2001 and 2008 game while as a member of the Northern League.
More information will be available when the event draws near, in the meantime, this is icing on the cake on an otherwise standout season for a team widely considered as one of the best-run franchises in all of independent baseball.
In a location widely known for hockey, the Goldeyes are a staple of the community, they led all 48 independent teams in attendance and ranked 26th amongst 300 minor league franchises.
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