BY: PETER MCALEER | CT BOOM STAFF
1. 99.1 WPLR’s Feed Your Face Monday: Can’t beat a $19.99 all-you-can-eat buffet and a seat to the game.
2. Two-For-One Tuesdays: Two box seats for the price of one.
3. Thirsty Thursdays: ½ price domestic drafts all game.
4. Chances to see legendary athletes: With Tracy McGrady, who recently retired from professional baseball after recording his first strikeout, being a former member of the Sugarland Skeeters, a team in the Bluefish’s division, and MLB all-time hit leader Pete Rose, guest-managing the Bluefish, Harbor yard has been nothing short of star-studded this summer.
5. Unique themed nights: Although every major league team has bobble head night and bat day, you’re not going to find Hunger Games Night, Bark in the Park Night, or Zombie Apocalypse Night anywhere else.
6. Chances to see future talent: Although you’re more likely to see a future MLB hall of famer at an official minor league baseball game, that doesn’t mean that there haven’t been players who got their start on the Bluefish who made it to the show. In fact, Cody Overbeck, a former bluefish catcher, was just signed by the Padres last month.