A’s announce new Coliseum cutouts foul ball zone benefiting ALS CURE

Cutouts in this section will be installed for the A’s second homestand

July 11th, 2020

OAKLAND, Calif. – The Oakland A’s unveiled a new Coliseum Cutouts section today, the ALS CURE Project Foul Ball Zone, benefiting the Piscotty family foundation focused on finding a cure for ALS. Cutouts in this limited edition section on the first base side are $149 and include an autographed photo from A’s outfielder Stephen Piscotty. If a cutout catches a foul ball in this section, the fan will also receive a signed ball from Piscotty.

Gretchen Piscotty, mother of Stephen, passed away on May 6, 2018, following a yearlong battle with ALS, a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Stephen’s father, Mike, started ALS CURE in Gretchen’s honor. ALS CURE works to raise funds and execute research to find a cure for ALS.

Fans can also purchase a Coliseum Cutout to be placed in seats throughout the ballpark for the 2020 regular season. Cutouts are $49 each for Access members or $89 each for general fans. With the purchase of a Coliseum Cutout, fans will also receive two complimentary tickets to the A’s first home exhibition game during the 2021 season. 

A limited number of cutouts are available in the ALS CURE Project Foul Ball Zone. Proceeds for Coliseum Cutouts benefit the Oakland A’s Community Fund. For more information and to purchase a Coliseum Cutout, please visit athletics.com/cutouts.