A Night With Gregg Zaun - Presented by UBC Baseball

October 12, 2017

Baseball Fans,


We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a fundraiser for the UBC Baseball Varsity team to support their trip to Japan in August of 2018.  This will be a once in a lifetime opportunity for our players to play top notch international competition, and to experience Japanese culture.


Former MLB catcher and current Sportsnet Blue Jays analyst Gregg Zaun will be coming to Vancouver to entertain and talk baseball.


Where:  Boston Pizza Stadium District (808 Beatty St).


When:  Friday, November 3rd at 6:00pm


Scott Rintoul (Sportsnet 650 Afternoon Host) will MC the event.


Tickets are $100 (+GST) and will include: 1 beverage ticket, light appetizers/food, and a door prize ticket. There will also be a small silent auction to raise money so don’t miss out! There are only 250 tickets available to this exclusive event.


You can purchase tickets in a few ways:

-          Purchase online at http://www.athleticsandrecreation.ubc.ca/baseball/programs/

(tickets will be mailed to you)

-          Purchase them in person at the Rose Indoor Baseball Training Centre at UBC (3085 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver)

-          Purchase them at The Sports Exchange (2151 Burrard St, Vancouver)


Thank you to The Sports Exchange/Peter Parsons for sponsoring this event.


Gregg puts on a great show in this type of environment so purchase your tickets before it’s too late!

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