The Evansville Otters' first home game at Bosse Field will now take place earlier than previously planned, the team announced Monday.
According to the Otters, the team's first home game will be played on Bosse Field on Saturday, May 29.
On Sunday, May 30, the Otters will have an off-day due to the Evansville Food Truck Festival being held at Bosse Field. During that time, the Otters will host a Memorial Day evening doubleheader against the Province of Quebec team.
Following that, the otters will play another home game on Monday, May 31, against the Province of Quebec.
With the Otters having an extra home series and an early home-opener at Bosse Field against the Province of Quebec, the added home games May 29 and 31 will be included at no extra cost for season ticket holders.
If you're willing to catch the team out of town, the official start of their season will begin at Wintrust Field on May 27 and May 28, where they'll play against the Schaumburg Boomers in Cook County's Schaumburg, Illinois.
Originally, the Otters were supposed to be on the road against the Lake Erie Crushers May 29-31, have their home-opening series June 1-3 against the Gateway Grizzlies, and head back on the road June 4-6 against the Joliet Slammers.
You can view each month of the Evansville Otters schedule in full on evansvilleotters.com.