Everett fans: host an Aquasock
If you’re close to the park, check out this chance to help out the Aquasox and the next Felix (2003) (or other great prospects: just that team had Adam Jones for a stint as well, and Eric O’Flaherty and a bunch of other familiar names). Read on for more from their email release
Everett â€“ The Everett AquaSox Baseball Club is seeking families interested in participating in their Host Family Program. The program has been developed to introduce the newest members of the Seattle Mariners minor league system to the Everett community by acquainting them with local families who have agreed to participate as summer host families.
By agreeing to host a player for the summer, families will provide their assigned player or players with housing from early June through possibly mid-September. Housing requirements include a clean room with a bed, bathing facilities and a location close to the ballpark.
A modest rent will be charged to each player and will be paid directly to the host family. Since the team plays 38 games at home and 38 on the road, players are in Everett for only half of the summer.
The program has proven to be most enjoyable for all the parties involved. Who knows, you may be able to say that you had a Major League ballplayer living with you when he was just starting out!
For more information, please contact Teresa Sarsted at: (425) 258-3673.