Salute to Service Jersey Auction


Ashwaubenon, WI – Fans, here’s your chance to win a game-worn Salute to Service jersey! Everyone can submit an online bid (minimum bid starting at $80; $130 secures the jersey outright ) for as many jerseys as you’d like, that will carry over into tomorrow’s game on June 30th during which fans will have the chance to match & continue to bid in-person. The auction will end with the last out in the bottom of the 7th inning of Sunday’s game and winners will be able to claim their jerseys following the game. Winners do not need to be in attendance, but it is recommended. Should a bid be won online, a member of the Booyah staff will contact you for payment and shipping info. ($5 will be added for shipped orders). Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Memorial.


To place your bid please e-mail with the following information:

  • the player’s name
  • the dollar amount of your bid
  • your name
  • your phone number
  • Please also indicate if you’d like the player to sign his jersey (if not indicated, the jersey will NOT be signed).
  • All info must be present to secure a bid.


example: Tom Carty, $130, John Fanta, (920) xxx-xxxx, signed
Bid as many times as you’d like on as many jersey’s as you wish! (remember, bids less than $80 won’t be used!)


Please note: The jersey is Military themed. Upon completion of the game, each player will sign his jersey onlyif indicated during the bidding process and a member of the Booyah staff will bring those items to the Team Apparel Fan Shop at the ballpark. At that time, payment will be needed to obtain said item. If the bid was won online, a member of the Booyah staff will contact you at the latest by noon the following morning. Patience is requested since as many as 35 transactions will need to be run immediately following the game. For faster processing, cash or check is the preferred method of payment.


“Autographed Jerseys” (minimum $80 bid)

#0, John Tuccillo (Stony Brook) Catcher

#2, Tanner Lane (Pittsburg State) Pitcher

#3, Blaise Maris (Florida Tech) Catcher

#5, Cooper Morrison (UC Davis) Outfielder

#6, Jarrett Ford (Florida International) Utility

#7, Joe Mason (Mount Olive) Outfielder

#8, Mike Ruggiero (Wagner) Infielder

#9, Tom Carty (Manager)

#11, Zach Chappell (North Florida) Pitcher/Outfielder

#12, Mike Ferri (Milwaukee) Infielder

#13, Luke Wallner (Arkansas Little Rock) Pitcher

#14, Jesse Philp (Tennessee Wesleyan) Pitcher

#15, Chris Williams (Florida International) Outfielder

#16, Chase Hanson (UNLV) Outfielder

#17, Brady West (North Greenville) Catcher

#18, Ty Herrenbruck (Pittsburg State) Infielder

#19, Chandler Ingram (Montevallo) Pitcher

#20, Will Saxton (Florida International) Pitcher

#21, Jaret Godman (Oklahoma) Pitcher/Infielder

#22, Nick Riggle (California PA) Pitcher

#23, Jacob Buchberger (Davenport) Infielder

#24 Tommy Miller (Siena) Pitcher

#25, Ali LaPread (Georgia Gwinnett) Infielder

#26, Chris Jefferson (New Mexico State) Pitcher

#27, Garrett Martin (Marian) Pitcher

#28, Dalton Wiggins (Marietta) Pitcher

#29, Bobby Dorta (Millersville) Pitcher

#30, Billy Henley (Assistant Coach)

#31, David Rajeski (Pacific) Pitcher

#38, Logan Lee (Northwood) Pitcher

#41, Nick Kreutzer (Arkansas Pine Bluff) Infielder

#45 Jack Mahoney (Milwaukee) Pitcher

#48, Mark Hernandez (Assistant Coach)


Good Luck!