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OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Dodgers Baseball Foundation is hosting a Trivia Night Saturday, March 30 at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, with proceeds providing scholarships for the OKC Dodgers Rookie League.
The Dodgers welcome everyone to participate in a night of “Beer, Baseball and Brainiacs” beginning at 7 p.m, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Each team can comprise of up to eight people, and registration cost is $200 per team.
Cash payouts will be awarded at the end of the night to the top three teams. The format will consist of 10 rounds of 10 questions, with categories ranging from baseball, pop culture, local history and much more.
Raffle tickets will also be available for various prizes, including autographed memorabilia and special experiences available during an OKC Dodgers game in 2019.
Included in the registration costs are complimentary beer courtesy of Coop Ale Works and complementary pizza courtesy of Professional Sports Catering.
In addition to the trivia, the event will be showing the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and the Los Angeles Dodgers game on the center field video board.
The OKC Dodgers Rookie League was formed in 2018 as a partnership between the Oklahoma City Dodgers and Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation in order to help bolster youth baseball participation in the community as well as foster an environment that emphasizes leadership, teamwork and sportsmanship. After Oklahoma City Parks and Recreation was forced to cancel its baseball league due to low participation in 2017, the OKC Dodgers Rookie League had over 220 participants across four divisions in its inaugural season.
Funds from Trivia Night will be used to provide scholarships and help cover registration costs for those who would like to participate in the Rookie League but may not be able to due to financial constraints.
Tickets for Trivia Night can be purchased through the OKC Dodgers Baseball Foundation Facebook page or through dodgerstrivianight.eventbrite.com. For questions, please contact Sam Baker at (405) 218-2183 or [email protected]
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.