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Tucson Saguaros searching for host families

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Courtesy: Pima County Courtesy: Pima County

Tucson(KVOA)- Opening day for the Tucson Saguaros baseball team is two weeks away, but some players still need a place to call home.

Team officials are looking for families to host some of the players through the season.

A meeting was held Thursday night to help match players with prospective families, giving them a chance to meet the players and get to know them.

In exchange, families get discounted tickets and merchandise.

The next informational meeting is set for May 18th, at 5 p.m., at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library, 101 N. Stone Ave. 

The Tucson Saguaro baseball season begins May 25th, at the Kino Sports Complex.

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