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Getting to CHS Field

For the Kids: CHS Field to Hold Townball Battle Between Two of the Best, Miesville and Dundas August 7

ST. PAUL, MN August 4, 2017

Kids and the community.  Two entities the St. Paul Saints have built their brand on during their 25-year history.  Now the two will come together in an inaugural event as kids from local youth organizations will be in the stands to watch two of the top townball teams in the state battle it out at CHS Field. 

 

          On Monday, August 7 at 11:00 a.m. the Miesville Mudhens and Dundas Dukes will play in front of a packed house, for a kids only game, at CHS Field.  The Mudhens and Dukes have numerous connections to the Saints with both rosters chalk full of former players.  Currently the Dukes have former pitchers Charlie Ruud and Todd Mathison on their roster while the Mudhens have pitchers Lonnie Robinson and Mark Moriarty, catcher Nate Hammas and infielder Brian Sprout.  Both teams are having incredible seasons and are separated by just 1.0 game in the standings.

 

          "We are thrilled about this opportunity to shine a spotlight on one of Minnesota's favorite summer pastimes, townball, showcasing two of its best teams, while entertaining of a crowd of thousands of energetic young people,” said Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Derek Sharrer.  “We'd love to see this become a tradition moving forward here at CHS Field, showcasing teams from all over the state."  

 

          The Mudhens are the defending state champions and have won six titles overall while the Dukes last won the state title two years ago and have claimed five championships.

 

          The game is open to all local youth organizations and summer camps and will not be open to the general public.  For more information contact the Saints front office at 651-644-6659.