December 1, 2022
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MARTINSVILLE, Va – Celebrating 19 seasons in the Coastal Plain League in 2023, the Martinsville Mustangs will begin their newest campaign at historic Hooker Field on Friday, June 1 against the league’s newest franchise, the Boone Bigfoots.
Per a CPL release, the league will feature a two division structure with two teams from each division making the playoffs (August 6-12). The East will be made up of Florence, Holly Springs, Morehead City, Peninsula, Tri-City, Wilmington and Wilson; while the West will include Asheboro, Forest City, High Point-Thomasville, Lexington County, Macon, Martinsville and newly added Boone.
Highlights of the Mustangs’ 2023 slate include a July 4 home contest for the second consecutive season, as well as the team’s first visit to Fleming Stadium and the cross-division rival Wilson Tobs since 2020 on June 20. The Mustangs will host their annual Independence Day fireworks extravaganza at newly renovated Hooker Field on Friday, July 7.
In addition to Martinsville’s 24-game home slate in the CPL, fans will be able to enjoy even more action when the Mustangs host two exhibition games against the Carolina Disco Turkeys on Tuesday, July 6 and the Catawba Valley Stars on Wednesday, July 5.
All 2023 home games will begin at 7:00 p.m and you can view the entire schedule below.
Stay tuned to www.martinsvillemustangs.com for a full promotional schedule as well as the organization’s social media channels. Follow the ‘Stangs on Facebook and Instagram @MartinsvilleMustangs and on Twitter @MvilleMustangs.
Click here for printable PDF schedule.