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Flying Squirrels Playoff Tickets Now Available

The Flying Squirrels are currently leading a close race for the second spot from the Southwest Division in this year’s Eastern League postseason.

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Tickets for the Richmond Flying Squirrels’ potential home playoffs games are on sale now, the team announced on Friday.

The Flying Squirrels are currently leading a close race for the second spot from the Southwest Division in this year’s Eastern League postseason.

Tickets are on sale now here.

If the team qualifies for the playoffs, they would play Game 1 of the Southwest Division Series at The Diamond on Tuesday, Sept. 19 against the Erie SeaWolves. Games 2 and 3 would be played in Erie.

Should the Flying Squirrels reach the Eastern League Championship Series, Game 1 would be on the road against the Northeast Division Champion on Sunday, Sept. 24. Game 2 and (if necessary) Game 3 would be played at The Diamond on Tuesday, Sept. 26 and Wednesday, Sept. 27.

First pitch for all potential home playoff games would be 6:35 p.m. All rounds of the Eastern League postseason are best-of-three series.

POTENTIAL PLAYOFF GAME DATES

Southwest Division Series
Game 1: Tuesday, Sept. 19 – Erie @ Richmond | TICKETS

Game 2: Thursday, Sept. 21 – Richmond @ Erie

Game 3 (if necessary): Friday, Sept. 22 – Richmond @ Erie

Eastern League Championship Series

Game 1: Sunday, Sept. 24 – Richmond @ Northeast Champion

Game 2: Tuesday, Sept. 26 – Northeast Champion @ Richmond | TICKETS

Game 3 (if necessary): Wednesday, Sept. 27 – Northeast Champion @ Richmond | TICKETS

In the event that any or all of the potential home playoff games are not played, fans who purchase tickets will receive a credit which can be used for tickets to a Flying Squirrels home game in 2024.

The Flying Squirrels conclude their final homestand of the 2023 regular season this weekend at The Diamond. Tickets are available online at SquirrelsBaseball.com/Tickets, by phone at 804-359-FUNN (3866) or in person at the Flying Squirrels ticket office.

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