Lowell Spinners

The Lowell Spinners are a minor league affiliate of the Boston Red Sox and a part of the New York – Penn League, which plays a short season in Single-A. A large number of future stars begin their careers with this franchise, who plays at LeLacheur Park, as 100 former Spinners players have made their way to the MLB. You will even catch big-league players during their rehab stints after an injury. This stadium, located right near UMASS Lowell seats 4,797 people with a standing capacity of 5,030. Enjoy a game with a beautiful view as it overlooks both the Merrimack River and the arches of the Aiken Street Bridge.

Enjoy the thrill of a highly skilled baseball team without burning a hole in your wallet. We all know Sox games get expensive, so why not try out a different action packed game with your family this summer? You definitely won’t be alone. Games are often packed with fans and are nothing short of a thrill. The players that have passed through this team have certainly done well for themselves with some of the big names including Betts, Benintendi, Bradley Jr, Youkilis and Papelbon. You can find the Lowell Spinners Schedule as well as information for tickets, events, and much more on their website.

One of the biggest draws at Spinners games is the commitment to entertainment as well as the product on the field.  Every season they come up promotions for each game that get more creative by the hour.

Here is just a few of the promotions that the Lowell Spinners include with their games:

  • Military Monday’s
  • Taco Tuesday’s
  • Kids Day
  • Peanut Free Games
  • Firework Nights
  • Bobblehead Series
  • Sleepover Games

There is a lot of community service in the history of the Lowell Spinners.  The team used to use a concept called “Spinners Charities” and focus efforts on building awareness for one charity each summer.  From 2002-2007 they partnered with Kids in Disability Sports, the Cystinosis Research Network, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America, Challenge Unlimited at Ironstone Farm and the Winter Warmth Project.  In 2008 they began to partner directly with the Joann Weber Charitable Fund, after the team’s late owner Joann Weber who passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2007.

The Lowell Spinners have been a part of summer baseball history for over 20 years.  They have become a part of the DNA of the Greater Merrimack Valley, ever since they came to Lowell in 1996.  Visiting a game is a great way to make family memories that will last a lifetime. Plus with so many different activities and events for the kids during their games, your family will never complain about being bored! With all of this in mind, why not make attending the Lowell Spinners this summer a new family tradition? We know it will be worth it!

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