The St. Joseph Mustangs are giving fans a chance to watch a game for free while raising money for a local non-profit aimed at helping youth.
Wednesday night’s Fan Appreciation game against the Nevada Griffons will offer free admission to all fans with any size donation to the Noyes Home.
The Noyes Home has been in the community for nearly 120 years giving support to children and families in and around St. Joseph.
“The Noyes Home really does a lot to help young people in the community, and provide for our youth,” said Ky Turner Mustangs general manager . “We’re just glad we have a platform to give back to something that’s far more important than a baseball game.”
General admission prices for a typical Mustangs game are $7 per ticket. Suggested donations for the Noyes Home during Wednesday’s game also start at $7 apiece, however, any amount is being accepted.
That night, St. Joseph will also finish a previously suspended game against Nevada before starting the originally scheduled home game. The suspended game will begin at 5:30pm. The second game will start at 7pm if the opener is wrapped up in a timely manner.