07/19/2011 9:24 AM
- The excitement about this year’s All Star Game at Fenway Park
is mounting by the day. Not only will fans see a great match up with future big- leaguers, but also watch the ever-enjoyable Home Run Hitting contest. Also, Spaceball will be on display. This is a Cape Cod League Baseball that was on the Endeavor Space Shuttle in May. The ball came back to earth and you will have a chance to see it. It is the only one in the world like it!
But now you can have a chance to support the Cape League and have the thrill of a lifetime. Visit us on line and bid on one of two batboy/girl for the All Star Game at Fenway
, bid on the the chance to become the first All Star Game “Junior Announcer
” or bid on a Celebrity Voice on your answering machine
You will have an opportunity to win a batboy or bat girl for the Jordan’s Furniture-Cape League All Star Game to be held on July 29. And this is not just an ordinary batboy position, it is at Fenway Park. So, if you are the high bidder, you can win this once-in–a-lifetime experience and be the batboy or girl for the entire game. You will also be working with a seasoned batboy who knows the ropes and will give you on-the-job training.
Celebrity Voice on your Answering Machine: Win an opportunity to have National Public Radio’s Neal Conan’s voice on your answering machine. Neal Conan, an award-winning journalist, is the host of Talk of the Nation, the national news-talk call-in show from NPR . His renown voice on your answering machine would be a real conversation piece.
If you've ever wanted to be on the radio, or be a reporter, or help to produce a radio broadcast, or just watch a little bit of baseball from up in the broadcast booth at Fenway Park, this could be the opportunity for you, or a member of your family. Bid now to become the first Cape Cod Baseball League All Star Game “Junior Announcer”. The Junior Announcer will shadow WCAI-FM's (The Cape and Islands NPR Station) field reporter as he moves around the stands and up into the broadcast booth as players, scouts, sponsors and fans are interviewed during the game. Have the opportunity to be on-air at least once, and meet former Red Sox announcer, Jerry Trupiano and CCBL's John Garner as they announce/call the game. Also, the Junior announcer will get to visit the Comcast control truck and broadcast booth, where he/she will meet announcers Eric Frede and Lou Merloni.
So put in a bid and you could be the lucky one. The proceeds from this auction go to benefit the non-profit Cape Cod Baseball League.