Grizzlies to celebrate Father’s Day at last home gamePublished 2:56am Friday, June 14, 2013
The Albert Lea Grizzlies will have their last home game of the regular season on the field owned by the city north of the Albert Lea Humane Society at 2 p.m. Sunday.
“We will be giving out free gifts while they last to fathers who bring their kids to the game,” Grizzlies lineman Craig Schmidt said. “We will also have a free drawing at halftime for more giveaways for fathers.”
The Grizzlies (3-2) will try to keep their three-game winning streak and undefeated home record intact as they battle the Dodge County Outlaws.
The Outlaws are coming off a 14-0 loss to the Minnesota River Valley Shock last week and are 0-5 on the season.