Syracuse Chiefs Launch Re-designed Website

PRESS RELEASE – The Syracuse Chiefs, Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals, announced today that the team has launched a re-designed web site. The site remains at http://SyracuseChiefs.com, but now features several technical and graphical improvements.

Visitors to the site will notice many new features on the home page, including a larger media wall, two additional news indexes for Nationals news and Minor League Baseball news, as well as three new sections (Tickets & Events, Connect with the Chiefs, Multimedia) designed to make important information more readily accessible. In addition, every page on the site now features an improved navigation bar.

The new site was developed in cooperation with MLB Advanced Media LP (MLBAM), the interactive media and internet company of Major League Baseball.

“Thanks to our partners at BAM, the Syracuse Chiefs continue to have a web site that is both cutting edge and consistent with those of other Major League and Minor League clubs,” said Chiefs General Manager John Simone. “We are especially pleased that the new home page design allows us to present more information in one place than we ever have before.”

The Chiefs will open the 2010 season, their 50th as a community-owned franchise, at Alliance Bank Stadium on Thursday, April 8. First pitch for the game against the visiting Lehigh Valley IronPigs is scheduled for 2:00pm. Season tickets and coupon books are on sale now and can be purchased in person at the Chiefs ticket office at Alliance Bank Stadium, by calling 315-474-7833, or on line at SyarcuseChiefs.com. Tickets for Opening Day will go on sale this Saturday, March 13 at 10:00am through each of the same three methods.

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