The Sugar Land Skeeters have announced the schedule of the Opening Day Ceremonies for the 2012 Inaugural Season at Constellation Field.
The festivities begin at 4:30pm with the Bud Light Pregame Party in the parking lot. There will be live music, face painters and other performances. The New 93Q and Houston’s Eagle will be broadcasting live from 3 pm up to the start of the game at 7 pm. The gates will open at 5:00 pm, and the team is requesting fans take their seats by 6:15pm for special on field ceremonies. The Skeeters game against the York Revolution is scheduled to begin at 7:05pm.
This week’s featured farmer is Round Rock Honey! If you haven’t picked up some fresh, golden, delicious honey from Round Rock Honey at the Farmers Market at Imperial, you are truly missing out! They’re at the Market almost every Saturday and, not only is their honey sweet and scrumptious, it is harvested with care and concern for the environment and your health. To find out more, read on!
Click here to read the letter submitted to the City of Sugar Land Mayor and City Council regarding the proposed General Development Plan and Planned Development Zoning Application for Imperial.
The Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Club begin spring training in York, Pennsylvania for the 2012 inaugural season on Monday afternoon. The team has prepared a full schedule of workouts and exhibition games through Monday, April 24, against the York Revolution, Somerset Patriots, Lancaster Barnstormers, and Southern Maryland Bluecrabs.
The Sugar Land Skeeters and Cox Media Group (CMG) Houston have entered an exclusive partnership to broadcast all 140 Skeeters regular season and playoff games for the 2012 inaugural season. As technology continues to change the way we live, it also changes the way we follow sports. Hear each and every game called by Lane Zieben streamed in high definition live via the Skeeters Mobile App coming soon for iPhone and Android and the websites of The New 93Q, Houston’s country station and Houston’s classic hits, the Eagle.
“It’s a perfect platform to showcase our team for this one of kind opportunity with an established media company,” said
Christopher Hill, Vice President of Business Development of the Sugar Land Skeeters. “Fans will be able to listen to their favorite baseball team, the Skeeters, all over the world. We are proud of this affiliation.”
Constellation Field is coming along nicely and what nice shots of Oyster Creek, the Imperial Historic District, and the Imperial Farmers Market!
Don’t forget to check out Imperial’s website for monthly updates of our progress and get a birds-eye view in real time by watching our webcam.
Are you ready for some festivity, fun and frivolity?
Starting April 18th through the 22nd, more than 100 world-class wineries and chefs showcase their talents at winemaker lunches, vintner dinners, wine seminars, The Grand Tasting, the Sip & Stroll at Imperial and the around the world Bistro Brunch. The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce invites you to enjoy five unforgettable days of celebration. Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair is so joyously over the top, you will swear you never had so much fun!
The Sugar Land Skeeters announced Thursday the completion of two separate trade deals bringing Atlantic League veteran starting pitchers Derrick Gordon (Somerset) and Matt Wright (Lancaster) to the team.
The hard throwing right-hander Matt Wright bolsters a stacked starting rotation for the 2012 season. A native and resident of Waco, Texas, Wright adds 11 years of minor league experience to the Skeeters reaching as high as the Triple-A level. He was drafted in the 21st round of the 2000 Major League Baseball Draft by the Atlanta Braves, but also made appearances on the mound for the Kansas City Royals and Oakland A’s organizations. A career 4.03 ERA pitcher, Wright holds a lifetime 68-70 record in 277 games pitched with just over 1000 strikeouts to just 452 walks. He joins the Skeeters after spending a year with the Lancaster Barnstormers compiling a 7-10 record while working 129 innings over 21 starts. Wright, 30, was traded to Sugar Land for cash and negotiating rights to MLB veteran Logan Kensing.