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02/27/2008 10:49 AM ET
Family Day Open House at the Ballpark, TODAY
This year's Open House will be on Saturday, March 15 (12pm-3pm).

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You know the baseball season is rapidly approaching when the Bisons dust off the clubhouse, fire up the grills, restack the Batter's Box Gift Shop and open the beautiful Dunn Tire Park to the public for the first time this year.

An annual tradition returns to Downtown Buffalo as the Bisons host their Family Day Open House on Saturday, March 15 from 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Be there for this FREE event that is fun for the whole family.

Dunn Tire Park will be open for fans to get excited about the return of baseball. Individual Game Tickets going on sale that day, allowing you to reserve a spot for Opening Day, the Independence Eve Celebration with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Famous Chicken and more! Plus, the Batter's Box Gift Shop will hold a special Spring Clearance Sale for you to get your Bisons' gear for the upcoming season. Everyone will also be able take enjoy a taste of summer with a FREE Russer Hot Dog on Midstate Bakery bun and FREE Coca-Cola soft drink.

Buffalo & Brandy will provide great entertainment for kids as the duo sings and performs magic tricks, while adults can check out some great Bisons memorabilia.

With good food and great deals on tickets and merchandise, check out what else you can enjoy at the Bisons Family Day Open House:

See it All: Tour the Bisons Clubhouse, Pressbox and Luxury Suties
Test your Skills: Step into the Bisons state-of-the-art batting cages or clock your fastball with Speed-of-Pitch
Take a Spin: Just by coming, you get a free spin at the Bisons Prize Wheel
Take one Out: on Video Home Run Derby.

Don't leave empty handed!
While admission is free, all fans will also receive a free ticket to an Opening Weekend Game (April 12 or 13) with a $5 donation to Bisons Charities.

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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.