The Fayetteville SwampDogs would like to take this opportunity to thank the greatest fans in the Coastal Plain League for another outstanding and memorable 2012 season. After the frightening concession-stand explosion before the season, fans willed the SwampDogs to success both on and off the field. The team once again led the league in attendance, as SwampDogs Nation filled J.P. Riddle Stadium on a nightly basis. Fans created a palpable excitement for each home game that yielded one of the best game-day atmospheres in the league. Fayetteville realizes that The All- American Summer of Fun would not have been possible without the loyal contingent of fans, and is ecstatic to get to work on the 2013 campaign08-01-12-swampdogs.gif.

The 2012 regular season will conclude tomorrow evening with Fan Appreciation Night at “The Swamp.” The final Fireworks Extravaganza of the season will follow the action, with plenty of giveaways and prizes distributed all night long. The first 500 fans through the gates will receive the latest edition of the Fun-Go Bobblehead, as the fan-favorite collectible is finally unveiled. Fan Appreciation Night is the best way that the SwampDogs know how to thank the thousands of fans that came through the gates this year; with more exciting SwampDogs baseball. It’s the final opportunity to see the best fireworks show in town, and the Dogs want every fan to be a part of it at “The Swamp.”

Fayetteville will take part in the Petitt Cup Playoffs once again this year, with playoff baseball returning to “The Swamp.” For all updated information regarding the playoffs, including tickets, log on to www.goswampdogs.com or call the business office at (910)-426-5900. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the Dogs chase down the Petitt Cup Championship in 2012.

Photo: The first 500 fans through the gates will receive the latest edition of the Fun-Go Bobblehead. 

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