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Since 1994 more than 2-million fans have come through the gates of historic Centennial Field to watch their Lake Monsters, and they all have one thing in common... they love to have fun! Each summer, the Lake Monsters draw close to 100,000 fans to the ballpark to witness professional baseball, entertaining in-between inning promotions, and of course, the zany antics of everyone's favorite mascot, Champ!

2012 marked a historic year for the Vermont Lake Monsters, as they announced the signing of a 20-year lease with the University of Vermont that has allowed them to invest nearly $2-million into the facility in order to provide a better venue for players and fans alike. The investments in to the facility will allow professional baseball and affordable family entertainment to stay in this state for years to come.

As the 2016 season approaches, the Lake Monsters will celebrate their 23rd season of professional baseball in Vermont.

Notable Alumni include:
Geoff Blum (1994), Orlando Cabrera (1995), Jamey Carroll (1996), Jason Bay (2000), Ian Desmond (2004), Marco Estrada (2005), John Lannan (2005), Justin Maxwell (2006) Tommy Milone (2008), Derek Norris (2008), Steven Souza (2008), Jordan Zimmermann (2009), Ryan Dull (2011) and Addison Russell (2012)

Notable Centennial Opponents:
Jacoby Ellsbury, Brett Gardner, Curtis Granderson, Nick Markakis, Jonathan Papelbon, Dustin Pedoria, Hunter Pence, Hanley Ramirez, Anibal Sanchez, Ben Zobrist, J.D. Martinez and Jose Altuve

Inside the numbers...
In 2015, Lake Monsters drew 83,002 in 37 games (2,243 per game)




The Vermont Lake Monsters look for long-term partners by listening to the clients needs, goals, and objectives. Coupled with thorough research, the Lake Monsters will tailor a fun, unique and affordable marketing mix with our various forms of media inside and outside of the ballpark walls. The Lake Monsters will meet your needs through many of the following tactics and elements we have to offer:




Be a part of all the action on Vermont's largest video screen. This 27-foot wide by 2-story high video board captures the attention of each and every fan that walks through the gates of Historic Centennial Field. The state-of-the-art screen completely changes the way fans are entertained at the ballpark, allowing the Lake Monsters to interact with and engage fans like never before.




The Lake Monsters offer a variety of signage options throughout the ballpark to help you maximize your exposure in front of a captive audience. These options will place your name and logo in highly visible areas of the ballpark that are out in front of loyal fans that live and work in this area.




Get up close and personal with the fans as you host your company's sponsored night at the ballpark. Use Centennial Field and a Lake Monsters game as a venue and a forum to build your brand, drive traffic back to your business, give back to the community, and have some fun!



Each year, over 105,000 unique fans visit us online at for the most up to date news and information. Use the Lake Monsters' website as an opportunity to build your business, tell your story, and drive traffic to your website.



Generate traffic as you introduce your business to fans with highly-deliverable medium handouts like discounts, offers and/or coupons. Provide value that will bring people through your doors, while you keep 100% of the profits.



Throughout the year, the Lake Monsters keep their loyal fans up to date and informed through email newsletters. Over 15,000 fans receive unique offers, information, updates, deals, and more directly in to their inbox. Be a part of the content that fans have asked for with banner ads and featured partner sections.











78% of adult Minor League Baseball fans are homeowners.

Almost half of MiLB fans have a household income of $75,000 or more.

Approximately half of MiLB fans have children under the age of 17 living at home. More than 30% have two or more children under the age of 17 living at home.

"In Minor League Baseball, there is always a group of die-hard fans who come to the ballpark for the game played on the field. However, for the vast majority of those who come to a game, balls and strikes are secondary to what else is going on in the stadium. They are drawn to buy a ticket for the game because of a promotion, whether it's discounted food, a favorite mascot, or a theme night."




Our community is important to us! Over the past 5 years, the Lake Monsters have donated more than $250,000 back to the community!


One of the biggest draws in the Nation... Each summer the Vermont Lake Monsters draw almost 100,000 fans to the ballpark. That is roughly one-sixth of the state of Vermont's population. Per capita, the Lake Monsters are one of the top draws in all of baseball!



Have Questions? Contact the Lake Monsters via email at