Dinner with Ben Zobrist & Friends

You’re Invited to DINNER ON THE FIELD

Enjoy a great evening of baseball while supporting the children’s charities of Tampa Bay.

We are proud to announce our 21st Annual Induction Dinner with Ben Zobrist and friends, along with 2012 Cy Young Award Winner David Price. The dinner will be Saturday, February 1, at Tropicana Field.

The Ted Williams Museum Class of 2014:

  • Craig Biggio: 3,060 career hits, 7x All-Star, 4x Gold Glove Winner, 5x Silver Slugger
  • Johnny Damon: 2x World Series Champion, 2x All-Star and 2,769 career hits
  • Frank Howard: 1960 NL ROY, 4x All-Star, 2x Home Run Champion, World Series Champion
  • Dwight Gooden: ’85 Cy Young Winner, ’84 NL ROY, 4x All-Star, 3x World Series Champion
  • James Shields: 2011 All-Star, 7 yrs. with Rays, 21 complete games, holds five Rays pitching records
  • Jim “Mudcat” Grant: 2x All-Star, World Series Champion, 1st African American pitcher to win a World Series Game

Follow the Ted Williams Museum on Twitter @TWmuseum

Players confirmed for our free autograph session include Alex Cobb, Tony Oliva, Chris Archer, Denny McLain, Jake McGee, Grant Balfour, Brandon Gomes, Cecil Fielder, Bill Singer, Jeff Locke, Richie Scheinblum, Mike LaValliere, Doug Waechter, Mike Difelice, Roy White, Mark Whiten, and Scott McGregor.

Take a listen to what Alex Cobb had to say about this amazing event:

On behalf of Project 14 and the Ted Williams Foundation, we look forward to your attendance and support of this historic night of baseball. The evening will be filled with excitement as we kickoff the 2014 baseball season and celebrate some of the greatest players to play the game.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.

For more information please contact Tony Penna at 727.534.5343 or e-mail at tpenna@tedwilliamsmuseum.com

Dinner with Zobrist and Friends
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