04/10/2018 11:00 AM
2600 SW Parkway
St. Joseph, MO 64503
April 10th, 2018
For Immediate Release
ST. JOSEPH, MO.- A major change is coming to Phil Welch Stadium as the St. Joseph Mustangs celebrate their tenth anniversary season.
The Mustangs are bringing back the classic ballpark feel to Historic Phil Welch Stadium with the addition of live organ music during the ball game, paying homage to 1941 Wrigley Field, where Ray Nelson played the first organ music ever heard at a Major League baseball game.
Mustangs GM Ky Turner is excited for the addition.
“The guest experience at Phil Welch Stadium is always something we are trying to improve,” Turner said. “Phil Welch Stadium is such an iconic stadium. You’ve been able to see the improvements and modernization of the stadium over the course of the past ten years, but I think guests will love the nod to the past with the addition of the organ.”
The Mustangs are currently in search of an organ player to perform this season. If you or anyone you know is interested call the Mustangs office at (816) 279-7856.