Friday, August 16, 2013

Charleston Riverdogs Release 2014 Schedule

RiverDogs Release 2014 Schedule
A Dozen Thursdays and 11 Weekends Highlight Slate of 70 Home Games

CHARLESTON, SC – Although the Charleston RiverDogs have a two more homestands in which to entertain its many fans, the club is already making plans for the 2014 season as it releases next year’s 70-game home schedule.

The highlight of the ’14 campaign in which the organization will mark their 18th season in Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park and the 21st as RiverDogs is hosting a dozen Thursday night games and 11 weekend outings.

The excitement and fanfare of Opening Night (April 7) and an Independence Day celebration (July 4) are annual top dates and great opportunities to enjoy the fun-filled experience that is RiverDogs baseball.

The merry month of May will be the busiest month at Riley Park as the RiverDogs play at home 18 times, while July features 14 dates while June and August have 13 each.

The season begins with a four-game road trip to South Atlantic League rival Augusta, before the home opener on April 7 against Greenville.  The opening homestand will have three games with the Drive with four more against Augusta.

The ‘14 schedule also features nine games on Tuesday and Wednesday nights while Monday will see only eight contests.

RiverDogs fans will become familiar with Greenville and Savannah the most as they come to Riley Park for a total of 12 games, while Augusta has 11 and Rome 10.

Also visiting Charleston for one series from the Southern Division are Asheville and Lexington.

From the Northern Division, Hickory plays at Riley Park six times while Delmarva, Hagerstown and Kannapolis play four times each.

To view the entire schedule, please refer to

Individual game tickets will go on sale in March, while deposits for season tickets for all 70 home games and other ticket plans may be placed now by calling 843/577-DOGS (3647) or online at


Being posted with permission from the Charleston Riverdogs organization. The original article can be seen HERE

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