Chase Field

The Town of Parker now has tickets available for the Arizona Diamondbacks’ 10th Annual Town of Parker Community Night, which will be held Saturday, July 20. The D-Backs will take on the Milwaukee Brewers at Chase Field. Game time is 5:10 p.m.

As in previous years, the seats will be located in the lower deck on the third base side of the field. They’re at the middle level, and the cost is $47 each.

Transportation will again be available through the Parker Community Senior Center at a cost of $10 per person.

Going to a ballgame with your family or friends is always a great way to spend an evening.

The game promises to be an exciting one. As of this writing, the Brewers are running neck and neck with the Chicago Cubs for the lead in the National League Central. The D-Backs are battling with the Colorado Rockies for second place in the National League West behind the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Two power hitters have come to dominate the D-Backs’ offense:  Ketel Marte at 19-.280-49 and Eduardo Escobar at 17-.293-57.

On the pitching staff, Zack Greinke is at 8-2, 2.65. One of the players the D-Backs got in the Paul Goldschmidt trade, Luke Weaver, is on the disabled list. However, he was 4-3, 3.03. His ERA was the second lowest of the starters.

One of the other players the D-Backs got for Goldschmidt was catcher Carson Kelly. He’s played in 48 games and his batting record is 8-.265-23. In three years of limited duty in St. Louis, his lifetime batting average was .154, and he batted just .114 in 2018.

Kelly has lived up to the billing of excellent defensive skills. He has 327 put-outs and just two errors.

Town Hall is located at 1314 11th Street. For more information or to purchase tickets, call Jackie Johnson at the Town of Parker 928 669-9265, or e-mail


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