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Ballpark dinner from Spokane Indians available for pick-up May 21; meal for $40 + tax feeds four

UPDATED: Mon., May 11, 2020

Trying to steal second, Spokane Indians Luis Asuncion (32) is tagged out by Tri-City shortstop Jordan Barley (23) in the bottom of the second inning during a playoff game at Avista Stadium on Sept. 4. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Trying to steal second, Spokane Indians Luis Asuncion (32) is tagged out by Tri-City shortstop Jordan Barley (23) in the bottom of the second inning during a playoff game at Avista Stadium on Sept. 4. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

If you’re longing for a night at the ballpark amid the coronavirus pandemic and stay-home order, the Spokane Indians have a way for you to bring some of the fun home: a Ballpark Dinner to Go meal.

Preordered meals will be ready for pick-up from 4:30-6:30 p.m. May 21. The meal is $40, plus tax, and feeds four.

The home run menu includes two Spokane Indians Dogs, two Ballpark Burgers, two German sausages, four bags of chips, one pound of potato salad, four cookies and four souvenir cups for your beverages at home.

The health and safety of Spokane Indians fans and team members continue to be the Spokane Indians’ No. 1 priority, the team said in a news release. The Spokane Indians front office team has implemented additional safety precautions by cooking all meals with gloves and face masks and performing higher cleaning standards.

Ballpark Dinner to Go orders may be placed online at milb.com/spokane/ballpark/ballparkdinnertogo and must be made by 11:59 p.m. May 19. A limited number of dinners are available, and they will be ready for curbside pick-up at Avista Stadium during the two-hour time period on May 21.

Spokane Indians Team Store orders placed online at spokaneindians.milbstore.com also will be available for pick-up, if selecting the pick-up option, during the dinner takeout hours. This option is available regardless of dinner purchase.

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