September 11th Remembrance at Huntington Park
Join Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball, its Clubs, and players, as we pay tribute to those whose lives were lost on September 11th, 2001 and those who died from illnesses obtained at Ground Zero. We honor them with the pledge that ‘We Shall Not Forget.' The Clippers host the
Join Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball, its Clubs, and players, as we pay tribute to those whose lives were lost on September 11th, 2001 and those who died from illnesses obtained at Ground Zero. We honor them with the pledge that ‘We Shall Not Forget.'
The Clippers host the Gwinnett Stripers at Huntington Park on Saturday, September 11th, first pitch scheduled for 7:05pm. Gates open at 5:30pm. Enjoy a post-game fireworks show set to a patriotic medley!
In recognition of the 20th Anniversary of September 11, 2001, we thank all Military and First Responders with an exclusive & unique Commemorative Coin while in attendance at Huntington Park on September 11, 2021. All Military and First Responders will be able to purchase Reserved Section Tickets for $5 per ticket and be guaranteed a Commemorative Coin (2 Commemorative Coins MAX per purchaser) OR receive up to 2 complimentary General Admission Tickets (Commemorative Coin NOT guaranteed with Complimentary Tickets). To receive Commemorative Coin, $5 Reserved Seat ticket must be purchased through special link. Order online here: https://fevo.me/clippers911anniversary
Other highlights for Saturday:
National Anthem - Trooper Jessica McIntyre, Ohio State Highway Patrol
First Pitch - Bob Meader: Commander Columbus Division of Police
Commander Bob Meader is a thirty-one veteran of Columbus Police. He served in patrol for eighteen years throughout the city and ten of those years on 3rd shift. Bob has also served in the legal unit, undercover, property crimes, communications, and the Training Bureau.
Bob is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force serving four years on active duty as a military police officer and six years in the US Air Force Reserves as a flight medic. He is also an adjunct professor at Franklin University, a lifelong Indians fan and he worked at the Cleveland Indians while in high school. Bob is married with three children. Bob’s wife Carrie recently retired as a police officer from the Groveport Police Department.
Honor Guard - Hilliard Police Department and Norwich Township Fire Department
Pipes and Drums – Columbus Police Department and Columbus Fire Department
Marvin Hill: Captain, Ohio State Highway Patrol
Brian Taylor: Fire Chief Pleasant Twp. Fire Department
Greg Davies: Sergeant, Columbus Airport Police Department
Matt Bukala: Supervisory Department of Homeland Security Federal Agent
Don Barker: Federal Security Director & Lt Colonel USMC
Jim Gilbert: Chief Deputy Franklin County Sheriff’s Office
Rob Sagle: Commander Columbus Division of Police
Justin Alloway: Detective Lieutenant Westerville Division of Police
James Dennet: Columbus Division of Fire, TEMS tactical medic
Dan Wolf: Police Officer Columbus Division of Police
Jeff Morales: Retired Norwich Township Fire Department
Tammy Floyd: Worthington PD
Chief Bill Caskey: Granville Police Department
Jonathan Mott: Franklin County Sheriff Deputy
Nicole Mavromatis: 911 Dispatcher – City of Columbus
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