This Thursday with the Evansville Otters is college night, which means you can get in for free with a valid college ID.  And if you don't have a college ID it's still worth it to go because it's Thirsty Thursday and they'll be serving up 50% off draught beer and special prizes will be given out each inning.

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Thursday will also be exciting because just yesterday the Evansville Otters announced that they've signed and brought back infielder Josh Allen.  He played for the Evansville Otters from 2014-2017 and now he's going to be back at Bosse Field! He's had quite the exciting go since he's been away from Evansville, heres' what the Evansville Otters say about his return, and what he's been doing since 2017:

Allen previously played for the Otters from 2014-17 and has since played for the St. Paul Saints when they were a member of the American Association, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies of the New York Mets organization in 2018 at the Double-A level, and the Kane County Cougars of the American Association earlier this year.

After going a year with no baseball in Evansville (at least at Bosse Field) baseball is back and better than ever this summer! Our Evansville Otters are having a great season, and each week they seem to have all kinds of fun events happening.

To stay up to date with the Evansville Otters and all of the exciting things they have going on you can follow them on Facebook. To purchase tickets ahead of time for upcoming games you can also check out their website, EvansvilleOtters.com.

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