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Clippers in pursuit of history

Clippers in pursuit of history

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Clippers have a chance to make baseball history as the first team to win three National Minor League Championships.

The journey begins Wednesday evening at Huntington Park when Columbus opens a best-of-five series with Durham.

The Clippers will have to win the International League’s Governors’ Cup to advance to the National Championship game. If they do, Columbus would tie the Rochester Red Wings for the most Governor’s Cups with 10.

Special ticket pricing will be in effect for all home playoff games. Loge, Club, and Box Seats are $10 and all other remaining seats are just $5. Every home playoff game will also feature Dime-A Dog, $2 City Barbeque Pulled Pork Sandwiches, and Roosters 50-cent boneless wings.

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