Tickets now on sale for 2024 Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game, presented by Milton CAT, July 27 in Falmouth

Star-filled, full day of baseball fun promised at annual event

Hyannis, Mass.Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star Game, presented by Milton CAT, to be held at Guv Fuller Field, home of the Falmouth Commodores, on Saturday, July 27 at 6:05 p.m., with gates opening at 1:30 p.m. Two rosters of players, selected by team managers and coaches, and representing the East and West divisions, will square off in this crown jewel event on the Cape League calendar.

The Cape League All-Star game features a full day of family fun and baseball activities. Highlights include a fan festival with sponsor activations and giveaways, as well as a variety of concessions and souvenir stands, and the annual All-Star autograph session starting at 2 p.m., when fans can secure signatures from all the game’s participants.

At 4 p.m., some of the Cape League’s top sluggers will participate in the annual Home Run Derby, which is always a fan favorite. Previous Home Run Derby winners, who have taken their talents to professional baseball, include Frank Thomas (1988, Orleans), Todd Helton (1994, Orleans), Mitch Moreland (2006, Bourne) and Spencer Torkelson (2018, Chatham).

“Every year, the Cape League sets out to raise the bar higher from a fan experience standpoint at our All-Star Game,” Cape Cod Baseball League president Andrew Lang said. “Planning is already well underway for this year’s event and we’re grateful for the support of a fantastic partner in Milton CAT and the collaboration of the Falmouth Commodores to help us deliver on that goal.”

Longtime Cape League partner Milton CAT, a provider of heavy equipment and power systems, and the Northeast’s trusted Caterpillar dealer, is returning as the presenting sponsor of the All-Star Game for the third consecutive year.

“At Milton CAT, we pride ourselves on the high-level of service we provide our customers, as well as supporting the communities we serve,” Milton CAT marketing director Dean Swartz said. “We’re thrilled to be associated with the best-of-the best of the Cape League, while also enabling an event that brings together baseball fans from across Cape Cod and beyond.”

This will be the first time the All-Star Game will be played at Guv Fuller since 2003, and the eighth time in Cape League history the All-Star Game will be hosted by the Commodores (1966, 1972, 1974, 1991, 1995, 2001 and 2003, previously).

“We are delighted to serve as the host of the 2024 Cape League All-Star Game,” Falmouth Commodores president Bob Curtis said. “We are looking forward to showcasing a number of recent improvements to Guv Fuller Field and welcome fans from across the league for what promises to be a memorable day.”

A highly anticipated annual event on Cape Cod, that continues to grow in popularity, more than 6,000 fans flocked to Whitehouse Field in Harwich last July for the 2023 All-Star Game. Tickets for this year’s edition, which cost $10, will be available for purchase online via the Cape Cod Baseball League store, as well as on-site the day of the game. Fans 12 and under are admitted free. Additionally, fans who purchase in advance online will be able to receive a commemorative ticket on game day, while supplies last.

The 2024 Cape League season begins with a full slate of games Saturday, June 15. All 10 teams will play a 40-game regular season schedule, to be followed by a three-round postseason, culminating with the Cape League Championship Series in early August.

About Cape Cod Baseball League

The Cape Cod Baseball League (Cape League), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is the premier collegiate summer baseball league in the nation, officially formed in 1923, but with roots dating back to 1885. Players from across the United States representing all NCAA college divisions are recruited to play in the 10-team league. Teams are located across Cape Cod, Mass., in Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Cotuit, Falmouth, Harwich, Hyannis, Orleans, Wareham and Yarmouth-Dennis. There are annually more than 350 active Cape League alumni playing in the Major Leagues and more than 1,600 all-time. For more information, visit

About Milton CAT

Since its start in Concord, N.H., in 1960, Milton CAT has grown to more than 1,600 employees and 15 locations across Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and Upstate New York. As the Northeast’s trusted Caterpillar dealer, the company’s earthmoving and power generation products can be found in data centers; hospitals; commercial fishing boats and ferries; and construction sites of all sizes.