Spring is almost here and in Western New York that means the return of Buffalo Bisons' baseball.

One of the best ways, in my opinion, to spend a spring or summer night is at the ballpark watching some incredible baseball with family and friends.

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I have been going to Bisons' games since I was a kid. I remember spending part of my summer being with my friends in the bleachers as part of Art's Army and then my grandpa got season tickets along the 1st base sideline and we would sit and cheer on the players from a couple of rows up from the dugout.

If you want to make some memories with your family and friends this year, going to a Bisons game is a great way to do that.

If you wanted more baseball in your life, and really who doesn't, this weekend the Bisons also announced that they are holding a special "Open House" for their fans. Their spring training caravan will be out this Saturday. It is a fun time for the whole family as Buster Bison will be there along with Star Wars characters and other promotions.

It isn't Spring just yet, but it is around the corner and Spring in Buffalo means Bisons baseball.

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