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Modesto Nuts Announce Silver Sluggers Program

The Modesto Nuts have joined forces with The Park at Modesto to introduce the Silver Sluggers Program for the 2018 season. This program allows fans ages 55 and older to hold membership which will provide admission to all Wednesday Modesto Nuts home games throughout the 2018 season.

“We consider ourselves very fortunate to partner with The Park at Modesto on this program, they are a growing company that truly understands the importance of community,” said Zach Brockman, Modesto Nuts General Manager. “Our goal is to create a network of senior citizens that will not only enjoy Modesto’s most affordable family entertainment but also be able to create new friendships in a very relaxed social setting.”

A membership into the Silver Sluggers program is just $25 and includes an exclusive co-branded T-shirt for all members and a membership card that is good for admission into all (10) Wednesday home games. Additionally, Silver Sluggers members will be offered parking passes for $2 to Wednesday games.

“We couldn’t be more excited to be a part of such a wonderful program,” said Colette Robison and Tanya Matthews, Directors of Community Relations for The Park at Modesto. “The Silver Sluggers’ membership is sure to bring fun and excitement to seniors and what better venue to make friends than enjoying America’s favorite pastime. This is such a great community to be involved in and what an exciting season it is going to be.”

For more information on how to sign up for the Silver Sluggers program or to get additional information on the upcoming Modesto Nuts 2018 season, contact the Modesto Nuts.

The Park at Modesto is a Distinctive Independent Living Community coming soon to Modesto. For more information, contact The Park at Modesto at 209-409-2877.

The Modesto Nuts Professional Baseball team is the Class A-Advanced Affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. For more information visit or call 209-572-HITS (4487).