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Rafters and Fey Printing Partner for “Military Appreciation” Jersey Auction

 

Rafters and Fey Printing Partner for “Military Appreciation” Jersey Auction

American flag jersey auction proceeds to benefit the Never Forgotten Honor Flight

 

Wisconsin Rapids, WI – June 26, 2017.  Fans, here's your chance to win a game-worn American Flag themed jersey! Starting today, you can submit an online bid (minimum bid starting at $80; $110 secures the jersey outright ) for as many jerseys as you'd like, that will carry over into Thursday’s doubleheader on June 29th 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 5th inning of game two of the doubleheader Thursday 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 Rafters staff will contact you for payment and shipping info. ($5 will be added for shipped orders) Proceeds from the auction will benefit the Never Forgotten Honor Flight, which is an organization that flies veterans in the region who served during World War II, the Korean War, or the Vietnam eras to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials built in their honor.

 

To place your bid please e-mail emily@raftersbaseball.com 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: Craig Noto, $110, John Fanta, (715) xxx-xxxx
 

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 American Flag themed. Upon completion of the game, each player will sign his jersey (if indicated during the bidding process) and a member of the Rafters staff will bring those items to the MADA Rafthouse Team 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 Rafters 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)

Pitchers (according to jersey #):
#9, Mason McReaken (SIU-Edwardsville)

#10, Cameron Busby (Belmont Abbey

#11, Keaton Graf (New Mexico State)

#12, Trey Schramm (Xavier)

#15, Sam Carver (Coffeyville CC)

#18, Nick Avila (San Joaquin Delta)

#19, Alex Jackson (Heartland CC)

#20, Isaiah Carranza (Oregon)

#21, TJ Fetters (Des Moines Area CC)

#22, Tevita Gerber (UNLV)

#26, J.P. Stevenson (Canisius)

#27, Jesse Slinger (Youngstown State)

#28, Quinn Dipasquale (Stevens Institute of Technology)

#31, Jack Eagan (Madison College)

#38, Aaron Herr (St. Johns)

#45, Layne Henderson (Azusa Pacific)

 

 

Position players (according to jersey #):
#0, Charlie McConnell (Northeastern)

#2, Will Davis (Hope International)

#3, Nick Owens (St. Johns River State)

#6, Bryson Stott (UNLV)

#7, Nick Anderson (Texas A&M Corpus Christi)

#8, Scott Kapers (Valparaiso)

#13, Ryan Stekl (Canisius)

#14, Jacson McGowan (Purdue)

#16, Christian Jones (Campbell)

#25, Wyatt Mascarella (McHenry County College)

#29, Dustin Woodcock (SIU-Edwardsville)

#41, Jake Guenther (Sacramento City CC)

#48, Josh Rehwaldt (Sioux Falls)


Coaching Staff (according to jersey #):

#5, Matt Hill (Assistant Coach)

#23, Craig Noto (Field Manager)

#35, Kirk Shrider (Hitting Coach)

#55, John Halama (Pitching Coach)

 

Extras (according to jersey #):

#4, Rickey Rissman (Ticketing Intern)

#17, John Fanta (General Manager)

#30, Jake Serwe (Assitant GM)

 

Good Luck!

 

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The Wisconsin Rapids Rafters are a member of the finest developmental league for elite college baseball players, the Northwoods League. Playing its 24th season of summer collegiate baseball in 2017, the Northwoods League is the largest organized baseball league in the world with 18 teams, drawing significantly more fans, in a friendly ballpark experience, than any league of its kind. A valuable training ground for coaches, umpires and front office staff, more than 140 Northwoods League players have advanced to Major League Baseball, including Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer (WAS) and MLB All-Stars Chris Sale (BOS), Jordan Zimmermann (DET), Curtis Granderson (NYM), Lucas Duda (NYM) and Ben Zobrist (CHC). All league games are viewable live via the Northwoods League Website.  For more information, visit www.raftersbaseball.com.