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Victoria HarbourCats | HarbourCats 2021 Single-Game Tickets available for purchase Tuesday, March 16th

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Premium Reserved, Right-Field Reserved and General Admission tickets to be available first

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March 15th, 2021

Victoria, BC – The Victoria HarbourCats continue to optimistically prepare for the possibility of West Coast League baseball at Wilson’s Group Stadium this summer, today announcing that limited release of single-game tickets for any game in the scheduled 2021 season, will start Tuesday March 16th at 9:00 AM Pacific Time.

Tickets can be purchased on-line via Select Your Tickets at www.harbourcats.com/tickets, or fans may drop in to the HarbourCats offices at 101-1814 Vancouver Street (Masking and COVID protocols in place).  Fans can also call the HarbourCats office to order over the phone at 778-265-0327.  The Select Your Tickets box office is not yet available for ticket purchases.

Fans should note that not all seats will be available for purchase at this time, with Premium Reserved, Right-Field Reserved and General Admission being available initially.

Single-Game seats in the Grandstand and Campbell Club sections behind home plate are NOT on sale at this time. Seating in these areas is limited, relative to other sections, and in the event that the HarbourCats have to allow for social distancing, these are being held in reserve to allow for re-distribution of current season ticket holders, addition of any new season tickets and the allocation of 2021 tickets to any existing 2020 game ticket holders, or 2020/2021 voucher renewals.

Tickets in the Premium Reserved and Right Field Reserved Sections are also being restricted at this point to allow for social distancing.  Sections 8 and 9 behind the HarbourCats dugout are also not for sale at this time, again to allow for possible re-distribution of season ticket holders and others as per the same reasons as the Grandstand seats above.

Those seats that are available in Sections 7, 11 and 12 in Premium Reserved and in Section 6, Right Field Reserved, will be sold on-line in pods of 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 tickets maximum.  Anyone seeking single tickets should call, or drop in to the HarbourCats office to order.

As per HarbourCats normal ticket policy, any 2021 ticket purchase is non-refundable. In the event that the 2021 season, or any portion of it, has to be cancelled due to COVID restrictions, weather, or other reasons , all 2021 tickets will hold their value and be eligible to be exchanged for seats for games later in 2021 or all games in 2022.

“We continue to be optimistic about the 2021 season and are thrilled to be able to open ticket sales at this point to the general public,” said HarbourCats Assistant GM, Ticketing and Media, Christian J. Stewart.  “We want to be ready to go when we are told we can go and we want our fans to be ready too!  This has the potential to be a great celebratory return to the ballpark, HarbourCats baseball and normalcy, and when we play, we expect that all our games and seats will be in high demand.”

It is expected that Grandstand, Campbell Club and additional Premium Reserved and Right Field Reserved seats will go on sale once more is learned about any potential seating protocols, or crowd limitations that may have to be in place.

In addition to the restricted single game tickets on the 16th, fans can still purchase 2021 season tickets in ALL sections, with the HarbourCats 101 for 2021 promotion still in effect until April 15th.  Each season ticket comes with free playoff tickets, a free whale watching pass from Prince of Whales, some HarbourCats merchandise and a 50.00 HarbourCats gift card (one per order).  Call or drop into the office to order. As an added bonus, any season ticket purchased before April 15th, will also be entered into a draw for a getaway to the Moon Water Lodge and dinner for two at the Malahat Chalet, a $400.00 value.

10-Game flex packs are also available in all sections except Campbell Club, giving you 10 anytime vouchers that you can use in any combination you like. These can also be purchased at the office , but are also available at our on-line store at https://victoria-harbourcats-official.myshopify.com/

Fans holding game tickets from the cancelled 2020 season, or 2020 or 2021 ticket vouchers are strongly urged to come into the HarbourCats offices as soon as possible to exchange those seats, subject to availability, for any 2021 game of their choice.  Initial windows of opportunity have been provided for these exchanges already, but with single game seats going on sale, availability in some sections could be limited.

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Victoria HarbourCats – HarbourCats end road trip with sweep of Lefties

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July 24, 2024

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PORT ANGELES, WA – Michael Crossland stayed hot increasing his hit streak to five games with a three-hit night, leading the Victoria HarbourCats to a 6-3 win against the Port Angeles Lefties.

Shea Lake started his fourth game of the season and was impressive, pitching into the fifth inning for the first time. The Hawaii Pacific right-hander went 4-1/3 innings giving up two unearned runs on one hit, while striking out three.

BOX SCORE

Lake received run support early through RBI singles from Tyrus Hall and Ny’Zaiah Thompson in the second inning to give the Cats a 2-0 lead. With that base knock, Hall increased his hit streak to six games

Crossland’s second double of the evening drove home a run in the fourth inning to make it 3-0. Gunner Antillon followed that up with a single to score Crossland giving Victoria a commanding 4-0 lead. The second baseman had two hits to increase his season average to .308 and add to his on-base streak of 20 games.

WCL STANDINGS

Nick Frers gave up one unearned run while pitching 1-2/3 innings, striking out one.

Crossland’s third hit of the game was a sixth-inning RBI single which made it 5-3 HarbourCats. Victoria added an insurance run in the ninth with Michelle Artzberger getting in on the action, hitting a two-out double to give his team a 6-3 lead. The first baseman now has a .408 batting average in 18 games.

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Garrett Villa recorded the save pitching the final three innings striking out a season-high five batters while giving up three hits and zero runs.

The sweep of the Lefties means the Cats are back to .500 on the season with a 21-21 record. In the second-half standings, they sit two and a half games back of the Wenatchee AppleSox for the North Division lead.

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The HarbourCats now return home on Friday, July 26 at 6:35 pm to begin a three-game series against the Kamloops North Paws. That game kicks off “Kids Free Weekend” where all kids 12 and under get in free thanks to Peninsula Co-op. Simply come to the gate on any of the three game days, or get your tickets for these games in advance at the HarbourCats office. The Kids Free option is NOT available online.

REMINDER: If you have HarbourCats ticket vouchers of any kind, 10-game flex packs, or season ticket equivalent vouchers, just a reminder that all vouchers must be used for any of our remaining nine home games. Should we make playoffs, vouchers are not eligible for any games no matter where they are played. You can exchange your vouchers in advance for game tickets at the HarbourCats office at 101-1814 Vancouver Street.

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NightOwls Lose a Tough One in Edmonton

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EDMONTON, Alta. — One more strike was all that was needed.

The Nanaimo NightOwls, fresh off an impressive sweep of a road series in Kamloops, were one pitch away from a fourth straight win on Monday night in Edmonton, but a clutch two-out single in the bottom of the ninth scored two runs to give the host Riverhawks a 5-4 win in West Coast League action.

The NightOwls are now 19-21 on the season and 7-6 in the second half, within grasp of top spot in the North Division lead for snaring home field advantage in the playoffs.

 

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The NightOwls scored two runs in the first and sixth innings and the pitching was strong, from starter Moosa Nonomiya to relievers Tahj Orona, Kai Hanasaki, Grant Jakobson and Ryan Inouye, who was within that one pitch of another save.

Second baseman Hsu He-Chieh had two hits, a run and an RBI, and Wylie Waters had a first-inning double to lead the NightOwls on offence. Waters drove in his 34th run of the season.

 

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The NightOwls were outhit 13-8 in warm, hazy conditions. In a rarity in today’s game, there were just four strikeouts total, three of them at the expense of Nanaimo batters.

 

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The NightOwls are in Edmonton for a Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday battle with the Riverhawks, one of the teams Nanaimo will want to get ahead of in the very tight North Division standings.

Right-hander Joshua Torres will start the Tuesday game for Nanaimo, with Jacob Fleury slated for Wednesday night.

The next home action for the NightOwls, after a Thursday off day, is hosting the Bellingham Bells at historic Serauxmen Stadium for a Friday-Saturday-Sunday series. Every game counts with how tight the standings are for playoff positions with three spots from the North still to be determined.

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Victoria HarbourCats – HarbourCats one step away from sweep in Port Angeles

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Michael Crossland had a pair of hits, a walk and scored two runs to lead the HarbourCats offence on Tuesday night (File photo: Christian J. Stewart)

July 23, 2024

Port Angeles, WA – Two down, one more to go — for a road series sweep and a .500 record on the six-game road trip.

The Victoria HarbourCats avoided a ninth inning scare from the host Lefties before closing out a 5-2 win Tuesday night in WCL action in Port Angeles. The night before, the HarbourCats posted a decisive 7-1 victory.

The HarbourCats scored two runs in the fifth inning, one in the sixth and two more in the seventh. The Lefties got single runs in the fifth and seventh and had two runners on base in the ninth inning but Brett Harvey got a series of pop ups to escape.

Victoria outhit Port Angeles 10-5.

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Michelle Artzberger reached base four times, on three hits and a hit by pitch, and drove in a run — he’s batting .409 on the season.

Michael Crossland was 2-4 with a double and two runs and Sky Collins had two hits.

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All-Star right-hander Carson Cormier started the game and was dominant, going 4.1 innings with two hits, one walk and two strikeouts, and one unearned run. Jacob Thompson and Harvey completed the pitching duties, combining to limit Port Angeles to five hits total, two of them in the ninth inning.

The HarbourCats are five games into a six-game road trip to Ridgefield and Port Angeles, and return home on Friday July 26, at 6:35 pm to begin a three-game home stand against the Kamloops North Paws.

That game kicks off “Kids Free Weekend” where all kids 12 and under get in free thanks to Peninsula Co-op. Simply come to the gate on any of the three game days, or get your tickets for these games in advance at the HarbourCats office. The Kids Free option is NOT available on-line.

REMINDER: If you have HarbourCats ticket vouchers of any kind, 10-game flex packs, or season ticket equivalent vouchers, just a reminder that all vouchers must be used for any of our remaining nine home games. Should we make playoffs, vouchers are not eligible for any games no matter where they are played. You can exchange your vouchers in advance for game tickets at the HarbourCats office at 101-1814 Vancouver Street.

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