Pittsburgh Pirates fans, we have some good news and some really good news. Someday cool is interested in having you hang out with them. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be in the MLB Fan Cave and applications are now being accepted.
It’s pretty easy, just answer a few questions on the application, tell them a couple things and you are eligible. Surely, a Pirates fan deserves to finally get to the cave.
To make it happen just go over to MLBFanCave.com and get started on becoming a “Cave Dweller.” You will be able to vie to watch all 2,430 games next year, while meeting current and retired baseball greats, popular recording artists and entertainers.
The MLB Fan Cave will be bigger and better than ever. Season three will feature more MLB stars, more celebrities, more concerts, more stunts, more pranks and more exclusive access for fans!
This past season, the Pirates’ Andrew McCutchen visited the MLB Fan Cave and shot a short video that was pretty funny. Other Pirates that dropped by MLB Fan Cave in the past year were Jared Hughes and Brock Holt. We are pretty sure Pirates closer Joel Hanrahan stopped by in 2011, along with Kevin Correia.
In addition to baseball players that visit, the MLB Fan Cave has hosted concerts by top artists including Nas, Jason Aldean, The Fray, OneRepublic, Far East Movement, The Avett Brothers, Ziggy Marley and Neon Trees.
A number of celebrities have also visited the MLB Fan Cave including Kevin James, Kate Upton, Jesse Eisenberg, Charlie Sheen and Eric Stonestreet.
So get rolling, it’s time for you to represent.
P.S. Don’t forget about us!