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Cape teen who questioned Obama to provide commentary at Miracle hometown opener

By Staff | Apr 8, 2009

Julio Osegueda will have his one-game debut as color commentator on the Miracle’s radio broadcast Friday night.
The Cape Coral native who caught President Barack Obama’s attention in February during a nationally televised town hall meeting in Fort Myers will join Zach Spear on Relevant Radio 1410/1660 AM beginning at 6:50 p.m.
Osegueda has been on a whirlwind trip after gaining national attention from his exchange with President Obama.
“Man it has been crazy. Such a blessing to have all this attention and so many opportunities to spread the word,” said Osegueda, who is still working at a local McDonald’s.
The 19-year old has been preparing himself for Friday’s opportunity ever since the Miracle approached him with the opportunity to be on the radio.
“I printed off the rosters and have been studying them and watching as many games as I can. I am telling so many people about the Miracle and I can’t wait,” said Osegueda in a prepared statement issued by the Miracle.
The Miracle will open the 2009 Florida State League season against the Charlotte Stone Crabs on Thursday, April 9, in Charlotte.

Local Wendy’s restaurants have acquired tickets to the Miracle’s home opener on Friday, April 10 at no cost to customers. Fans can stop by any of the 19 Wendy’s locations in the two-county area and pick up a free general admission ticket to see the Miracle take on the Charlotte Stone Crabs at Hammond Stadium.

A free general admission ticket can be upgraded to a box seat for only $2.00 in person at the Miracle’s Hammond Stadium offices.

The gates will open at 5:30 p.m. and first pitch is slated for 7:05 p.m. The first fireworks show of the season will take place after the game.

Tickets for all 70 home dates are available for purchase at Hammond Stadium or by phone between 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Fans also may purchase tickets online at www.miraclebaseball.com. The Miracle’s online ticket system allows fans to select their exact seat location for each game and conveniently print tickets at home.

Ticket prices for 2009 are as follows: $7 for Box Seats ($8 on Fireworks Night), $5 for General Admission ($6 on Fireworks Night).

For more information on available ticket packages, contact the Miracle at (239) 768-4210.