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Food and Baseball - A Match Made in Heaven

Date:  Source: Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League

 

We’re just four days away from the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate All-Star Game at Prasco Park in Mason, Ohio. And if the opportunity to watch future MLB talents compete in a game featuring the best that our league has to offer, then maybe an additional event will get you to make the trip. Imagine a summer evening with baseball and free food. We’ll sit back and wait while you try and think of a better duo.

 

The Taste of Prasco Food Truck Festival and the GLSCL All-Star Game will both be going on at Prasco Park on Tuesday, July 16th in Mason, Ohio. The food trucks open at 6:00. Prasco Park will provide $10 in Prasco Cash for those in attendance while supplies last. Guests are then welcomed to spend that $10 at any of the food trucks – or multiple food trucks if they desire. They can additionally spend their own money after using up the Prasco Cash. There will be 22 food trucks. There will be free drinks and simple snacks at the concessions, free Big K soda, bottled water, and Mobile Cone will have free ice cream cups and cones. It’s like they’re begging you to come eat food. The festival will end at 9:00.

 

The All-Star game begins at 7:05 and will feature the best players so far through the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League season. The league features teams from Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Canada. Established in 1987, our league is a premier opportunity in the Midwest for players to maintain their skills and improve upon them while facing high-quality competition. Admission and parking – you guessed it – are also free. The address is 6125 Commerce Ct.

 

This will be an exciting evening that will be enjoyable for everyone in attendance. Yes, there will be a team that loses. But whether the team you end up rooting for is on top or not, you still have the food to rely on. As Tommy Lasorda said, “When we lose, I eat. When we win, I eat. I also eat when we're rained out.”