Lancaster Barnstormer Tickets

May 17, 2012 | Category: General info | Posted by: Sarah

To celebrate the launch of the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network coming to Lancaster, our blog is giving away tickets to this Friday’s game at Clipper Magazine Stadium, where attendees will have access to new gadgets, swag, and the opportunity to experience 4G LTE which launches locally on May 17.

We’ve got two family four packs up for grabs, so to enter, tell us your favorite thing about baseball and the Lancaster Barnstormers in the comments below. We’ll choose a winner at 3pm today!! The tickets will be held at the box office, so all you need to do is show up!

Enter to win now! Good luck!

Rules and Regs here.



Our winners are (via, 1-15 as we have one person who commented twice) ROD and TODD!! I’ll be e-mailing you shortly to verify. Thanks for entering!


  1. Mitchell Martin
    on May 17th, 2012

    Pick me!

  2. Lulu love
    on May 17th, 2012

    Baseball is the All-American past time one of the things I love the most is the way it can bring family’s together weather it would be watching your guys play or a quick pick up game in the feild across the street. I like how the Lancaster Barnstormers care about the community that they are in.

  3. Nicole Mazurick
    on May 17th, 2012

    Sounds like alot of fun, would LOVE to go!!

  4. Christine Fusco
    on May 17th, 2012

    Would make Hubby and Son’s day ! We had a great time last year when we visited your stadium.

  5. Debi Lefever
    on May 17th, 2012

    A friend took me to my first game last Friday night and I LOVED it!!! I am in a wheelchair and I must say you have a wonderful setup even for us. I would love to win these tickets so my brother who lives with me to help take care of me would be able to go and enjoy a game too with me. He has never been to one yet. It would bless us sooooo very much. I also would be able to return the gift that she gave me last Friday of taking me and allowing me to have such an enjoyable time. Blessings to you!

  6. Becky Kennel
    on May 17th, 2012

    Barnstormers tickets would rock! please choose me!

  7. Kirsten Shireman
    on May 17th, 2012

    Sounds like a fun time :)

  8. Debi Lefever
    on May 17th, 2012

    I forgot to add that seeing baseball live instead of on TV makes it so much more enjoyable – not only interacting with the crowd but also cheering the players on. Watching them run sooooo fast and sliding into home plate last Friday were only some of my most favorite things I enjoyed. Watching baseball on TV is good but doesn’t even come close to seeing a LIVE game.

  9. Rod
    on May 17th, 2012

    Baseball is the sport that brings families together, especially fathers and sons. We can all probably remember going to our first ball game as kids. This is something I would love to share with my 2 young boys so they can have a memory that lasts a lifetime.

  10. Erika Naticchia
    on May 17th, 2012

    Nothing is better than going to a baseball game to spend time with my incredible family. Our family is so busy with life. My mom is the most selfless person I know. She sacrifices everything for me and the family. I’d love to take her out to show my appreciation.

  11. Debbie Dawson
    on May 17th, 2012

    We love baseball because it really is a sport that we can enjoying watching and playing together as a family, even with 3 small children!

  12. bruce beezer
    on May 17th, 2012

    I love going to the barnstormers games to see the game and watch the fans that enjoy the between innings entertainment. It is a Disney like experience that allows for some time away from life’s challenges for a few hours. Win or lose the music, the players the coaches the umps and lets not forget Cylo all give it their all whether a full house or half empty. 1st class stadium, free parking, who could ask for anything more. Maybe some free tickets?

  13. megan keller
    on May 17th, 2012

    I remember when the Barnstormers were just a concept, before the field was built and the team was picking names. It was such a fun thing to realize Lancaster was growing up and getting our own team :). My favorite thing about a Barnstormer’s is being with my family and enjoying good food and good entertainment. The way the LB staff keeps the crowd invested even between innings is the best. I even caught a t-shirt once! Basically, going to a Barnstormer’s game with my family is my favorite summer passtime!

  14. Jonathan French
    on May 17th, 2012

    Been a rough week. I could use a relaxing Friday at the ballpark

    What I love about baseball in general is how it’s a sport that helps you slow down a little and relax. If your team is winning that is. :-) Life is rush rush rush all the time and dedicating 3 hours or so to just sit back and watch a game is a great way to relax.

    I love having the Barnstormers in Lancaster. The stadium is amazing. There isn’t a bad seat in the place. You are right on top of the action. My fellow fans are great and seem to have a genuine interest in the game itself. I hear people constantly talking stats, upcoming games and the like.

    Dave Collins is an outstanding announcer and is great to listen to when the ‘stormers are away. The on field entertainment is always great in between innings. The food is awesome, there are so many choices. 2 Jumbo dogs with all the fixings and a big cup of fries with vinegar please! Giveaways are always cool as well as the promotions. Fireworks never disappoint either and are a great end to the day win or lose.

    The players are also great with the fans. Especially with the kids. Even with their heartbreaking loss last year in the playoffs, a couple of guys still took the time to sign a few autographs.

    Being a die hard, life long Red Sox fan I was so excited when Butch Hobson got the job last year. Great to see a former Sox player and coach leading such a great team. He got us close last year and I think we have the potential to get at least that far again.

    So yeah, I pretty much like everything about going to a game at the ‘Clip. GO BARNSTORMERS!!!!

  15. Meghan
    on May 17th, 2012

    Baseball is a great sport to watch as a family!

  16. Todd R. Weiss
    on May 17th, 2012

    Baseball has been a lifelong obsession for me.
    It was a way to be close to my dad, who was a lifelong Phillies fan.
    It has always been an important part of friendships, of vacations, of family and of passing time on a summer evening.
    I remember where I was when Mike Schmidt hit his 500th home run (on an Amtrak train to Philly with a Sony Walkman AM radio so I could hear the game live). I watched the 1980 Phillies World Series in awe in Wisconsin and took my 18-year-old daughter to the Phillies 2008 World Series Parade in Philly on a gorgeous October day to share it all with her.
    I’ve worn my Phillies jersey to ballparks in Milwaukee, San Francisco, Chicago, Clearwater, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
    I still miss Veterans Stadium because of all of the memories I have there. I watched Steve Jeltz hit home runs from each side of the plate in one game, saw Curt Schilling pitch the Phils to a 2-0 shutout over the hated Toronot Blue Jays in 1993, saw Steve Carlton come into an extra-inning game against the Cardinals in 1984 or so and strike out to a standing ovation (the Phils had run out of pinch hitters and Carlton was a good hitter so they marched him out there — they went on to win the game) and my favorite Phillies game — I took my son to a Pirates-Phils game at the Vet on June 8, 1989. We arrived at the bottom of the first inning when the Phils were already down 10-0. I told my son they’d come back and win it. They did just that, clawing back to win 15-11. It was amazing.
    I love the minor league Reading Phillies, too, and think it’s great that Lancaster once again has its own team in the Barnstormers.
    Baseball is great for a community, for a city and for us all.
    It’s the stories and lore of baseball, and the uncertainty of the magnificent game, that bring us back each time.
    I’d love to attend Friday night’s game.
    Bring on the Cracker Jack. I wouldn’t want to miss it.

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