The Governor’s Baseball Dinner, a celebration of a new season of Major League Baseball Spring Training in Florida, makes its second stop in Palm Beach County in the last five years when the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, in West Palm Beach, hosts the event on Sunday, February 17.
“This will be an exciting evening showcasing one of America’s greatest pastimes,” said Florida Sports Foundation President & CEO, Angela Suggs. “Now with two stadiums and four teams in Palm Beach County, the area has become a prime spring training destination. We are honored to continue this historic event once again in West Palm Beach.”
The 2019 Governor’s Baseball Dinner begins at 7:00 p.m. as dinner will be preceded by a VIP Reception and meet and greet. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred is scheduled to attend along with representatives from many of the 15 teams who annually train in Florida, along with a number of baseball greats.
Tables for the event, which seat 10, are priced at $1,200 and includes admission to pre-dinner reception. A limited number of VIP tables of 10 are available at $2,000 and includes access to a VIP Baseball Legends Reception. Individual seats are $135. Baseball fans in attendance will also have the opportunity to bid on silent auction items from Florida’s Spring Training teams.
Table and seat purchases can be made on line at www.palmbeachsports.com. For more information, call the Palm Beach County Sports Commission at (561) 233-3096 or the Florida Sports Foundation at (850) 298-6638.
For 2019 Florida Spring Training schedules for all 15 teams beginning on Saturday, February 23, visit www.floridagrapefruitleague.com.