In the month of August, the Fort Myers Miracle will wrestle with the monster at JetBlue Park starting with a six-day, eight-game homestand starting Tuesday through Sunday.
Tickets are available for purchase now at www.miraclebaseball.com and at the temporary Miracle offices located on the first floor of the Twins Academy at the Lee County Sports Complex. All tickets are general admission with lower bowl priced at $8.50 ($10 game day) and upper bowl at $6.50 ($8 game day).
Fans also will be able to purchase general admission seats in the Fenway South version of the Green Monster for $6.50 ($8 game day). Add $1 to pricing for all tickets for the fireworks show on Saturday, Aug. 16.
As the Florida State League South Division champs in the first half, the Miracle have secured a playoff spot and JetBlue Park will be the site of all home playoff games. FSL playoff tickets are available at www.miraclebaseball.com and at the Miracle offices at the Twins Academy.
Fans can purchase tickets on site inside the team store at JetBlue Park for both the remaining regular season home games and playoffs beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday.
"We are excited about the opportunity to call JetBlue Park our home for August and in the playoffs," said Miracle COO Steve Gliner. "It is truly an outstanding, first class facility."
Due to the beginning of Phase II renovations at Hammond Stadium, the Miracle have relocated for the remainder of the 2014 season.
The upcoming homestand features five games, two doubleheaders, against the St. Lucie Mets. On Tuesday the Miracle resume a previously started game at 5:05 p.m. with the Mets. Play restarts in the top of the fifth inning with one out and the Miracle leading 3-2 and will be nine innings. A seven-inning game follows approximately 30 minutes after the completion of game one.
Any fans wearing tattered, battered, torn, cut, split or frayed pants to the doubleheader with the Mets receive free admission.
The Miracle are saluting the wardrobe malfunction of British golfer Chris Wood's infamous four-pants day at the PGA Championship. Shooting a 66 is impressive, doing it with busted trousers.
Fans entering the gates will have to choose between the boxer or brief entrance.
Two seven inning games will be played Wednesday with the first pitch set for 5:05 p.m. The Miracle wrap up the series with the Mets on Thursday at 7:05.
On Friday, the Palm Beach Cardinals come to town to begin a three-game series. After Saturday's game, the Miracle will light up the sky with a fan appreciation fireworks show.
JetBlue Park is located east of I-75 on Daniels Parkway.