2015 Schedule Released, Season Tickets Available
With the BlueSox returning for their sixth season of Prospect League action, you wont want to miss a pitch,
which means it is good news that 2015 season tickets are now available!
Starting under $100, full- and half-season plans are available in reserved, field level, and general admission
at over a 20% discount off of their regular price. The Fireworks Package which includes the hottest tickets of the summer--all
five firework games and a free Sunday game--is also available for the field level and general admission sections.
Individual game tickets will go on sale as the season approaches, but you can gift certificates, which can
be redeemed for tickets in the future are available on our merchandise page.
Season tickets can be purchased here.
The BlueSox will once again play a 60-game schedule, with 30 home games in 2015. Thirteen of those home games
will be on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday evenings.
Butler will kick off the new season with the first-ever Prospect League game in Jamestown on May 27 before
returning home the next night to take on Champion City in their home opener. The yet-to-be-named Jamestown team will be in
town at the end of June, including a Sunday evening matchup on Fathers Day.
The BlueSox will celebrate Flag Day at home on June 14 and will take part in the 3rd Annual Baseball Bands
& Boom event on July 4th. Defending League champion Quincy Gems will come to the KAP on July 16 and 17. The Sox will also
host the new Kokomo franchise in August.
You can view the BlueSox full 2015 schedule here.
Radwan Named Sox New Manager
The Butler BlueSox ownership group have selected Jason Radwan, a former standout player and assistant coach,
to be their field manager in 2015. He will replace Anthony Rebyanski, who guided the team since 2011.
Radwan is a graduate of St. Bonaventure University, where he started all four season. He was Butler's starting
second baseman in 2011 and 2012; he was named to the Prospect League East Division All Star Team in both seasons. Radwan served
as an Assistant Coach under Rebyanski in 2013 and 2014, helping lead Butler to its first-ever Prospect League playoff appearance
"The BlueSox organization is extremely pleased to have Jason manage our ball club next year," said Wink Robinson,
the BlueSox Managing Partner. "His familiarity with our approach to operating a Prospect League team is certainly an asset
on which we based our decision."
Radwan (right) will be the third manager in BlueSox' history.
"More importantly though, are Jason's positive ties to our Community that he developed over the past four
years. He will be an excellent role model to our ballplayers and a respectable ambassador for the BlueSox," Robinson said.
Radwan is pursuing a Master's Degree in Education at St. Bonaventure University, where he serves as the Bonnies'
Women's Softball Team Assistant Coach. Radwan is a native of Farnham, NY.
Radwan's duties for the BlueSox will start immediately. He will be developing the 2015 BlueSox' roster over
the next few months. He anticipates certain players from the 2014 playoff team with remaining eligibility will be returning
to Butler next season.
"He certainly has some work to do contacting college managers this offseason, but we're confident he'll meet
the challenge," Robinson said.
Rebyanski, who recently accepted a position at California University of PA, will serve as the BlueSox' Director
of Player Development and assist Radwan in selecting the 2015 squad.
"Those two guys will work well together," said Robinson.