Get ready, baseball fans, tomorrow is the official first day of Spring and with the success that the Butte Miners and Butte Muckers have been experiencing over the last couple of years, we come into this season with a lot of optimism.  And with very good reason.  With a ton of talent up and down the roster and a gorgeous new facility in Three Legends Stadium, this could very well be one of the best baseball seasons we've had in years, and that's saying a lot.

This Friday, you can help get the season out to a good start and have a lot of fun in the process by attending the American Legion Baseball bingo fundraiser that's taking place at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 224 W. Park Street in Uptown Butte.  Doors open at 6pm and a $30 Bingo Pack will get you 10 games of bingo with 3 cards per game along with 10 tickets for door prize drawings.  Additional game cards are available for $5 per card and extra door prize tickets are $5 for 10 tickets.  Bingo participants must be 18 years of age or older.

Graphic courtesy Jeff LeProwse/Butte American Legion Baseball
Graphic courtesy Jeff LeProwse/Butte American Legion Baseball

Interested in becoming a team member?  Butte American Legion Baseball will be accepting online registration through May 8th, and you can find details here.  American Legion Baseball is also a great way to advertise your business. If you'd like details on getting your logo up on a fence sign or would like to help in other ways, please contact Coach Jeff LeProwse at (406) 560-4405 or send an email to

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