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Promotions of the Day for August, 2007


My Two Cents Night – Palm Beach Cardinals

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Got something to gripe about? Palm Beach wants to hear it. The Cardinals will give each fan two pennies as they enter the gates. Fans can either head home two cents richer; or turn in the pennies at the “opinion station,” jump up on the soap box and spew forth their opinion. Some of the better ones will be played on the video board. Others will be read between innings by the Public Address announcer. Some of the Cardinals will video tape their opinions before the game. Think any of them will address the stunning incompetence and irrelevance of ESPN’s Stuart Scott?

Free fireworks in:Kane County, River City and West Michigan..

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Condiment Wars - Charleston RiverDogs

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Charleston intends to settle the ketchup vs. mustard debate once and for all. The RiverDogs will give away 250 T-shirts that say “I put ketchup on my ketchup,” and another 250 that say, “Grow up, eat mustard.” They will try to segregate the park, asking ketchup lovers to sit on one side of the field and mustardeers on the other. The on field contests will have ketchup and mustard themes. One will attempt to determine who can open the most ketchup or mustard packets in a minute. In another, the RiverDogs will fill separate bowls with ketchup and mustard, submerge a couple of hot dogs, and ask their fans to bob for the dogs. It sounds awesomely messy, and it could get messier if mayonnaise and relish, reportedly upset at having been left out, carry out their rumored revolt.

Free fireworks in:Binghamton, Kane County and Somerset.

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Doug Flutie Bobblehead – North Shore Spirit

Friday, August 3, 2007
Sure, this is a shameless attempt by the Massachusetts-based Spirit to curry favor with New England Patriots fans, but the Can-Am League club is showing a little ingenuity. Flutie’s doll is posed drop-kicking a football in the same manner that Flutie did for the extra point in his last NFL appearance. That play was classic, even if you are not a New England fan. And it was fun, which is what is all about.

Free fireworks in:Albuquerque, Altoona, Atlantic City, Boise, Carolina, Casper, Charleston, Columbus Catfish, Connecticut, Durham, Frederick, Fort Wayne, Fresno, Greeneville, Hagerstown, Harrisburg, Iowa, Joliet, Kalamazoo, Kinston, Lake County, Lake Elsinore, Lakewood, Lancaster Barnstormers, Lansing, Mahoning Valley, Mobile, Modesto. Myrtle Beach, New Britain, Omaha, Sioux Falls, Tacoma, Palm Beach, Reading, Rio Grande Valley, River City, Rockford, Round Rock, Savannah, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, South Bend, South Georgia, Staten Island, Tennessee, Traverse City, Vancouver, Washington and Winston-Salem.

Neil Diamond Night – West Michigan Whitecaps

Saturday, August 4, 2007
Your parents loved him and he has a cult following thanks to that Saving Silverman movie. Now, West Michigan is honoring Neil Diamond with his own night. Fans are encouraged to dress like the aging pseudo-rocker, and if that means wearing a cape – so be it. Sweet Caroline and They’re Coming to America will blare from the sound system. If you ever wanted to be the Jazz Singer, this is your chance.

Free fireworks in:Albuquerque, Auburn, Chattanooga, Durham, Everett, Fargo-Moorhead, Fort Wayne, Frederick, Lansing, Macon, Nashua, New Haven, North Shore, Pensacola, San Antonio, Spokane, Stockton, Trenton, Tulsa, West Michigan and York.

Tribute to Montreal Night – Vermont Lake Monsters

Sunday, August 5, 2007
Vermont is paying tribute to the hometown of its major league affiliate. Well, the former hometown anyway. The Washington affiliate was a Montreal affiliate before the Expos moved to our nation’s capital and became the Nationals. Vermont will celebrate the city north of the border tonight by talking funny, playing a lot of Rush and putting Canadian bacon on just about everything. Sounds pretty good, eh?

Free fireworks in: Altoona..

Fan Flyaway – Williamsport Crosscutters

Monday, August 6, 2007
Williamsport isn’t guaranteeing someone will win a free airline ticket – they are going to make you work for it. Following today’s game, fans will have the opportunity to launch paper airplanes at a target on the field. Hit the target, win a flight. Prefer ground transportation? It’s also Dodge owners eat free day. Fans who show a Dodge key will receive a coupon for a free hot dog, bag of chips and a soda. Now, if the Crosscutters could figure out a way to get boats and trains involved, they’d have all the bases covered.

Music Appreciation Night – Somerset Patriots

Tuesday, August 7, 2007
Somerset is about to turn it up a notch. The Atlantic League’s Patriots are bringing five local bands to Commerce Bank Ballpark for a pre-game concert. Once the game starts, every inning will usher in a different musical era over the stadium sound system. Giveaways include tickets to see the likes of Chevelle, Blue October and OA.R. in concert, free piano lessons and autographed memorabilia. And for those who want to get hands on with their music, the Patriots are going to have a stadium-wide Guitar Hero video game competition. Hey man, is that Freedom Rock? Well, turn it up Man!

Free fireworks in:Kane County, St. Lucie and Wilmington.

Comb-over Night – Lincoln Saltdogs

Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Several clubs have mocked mullet this year. Lincoln is taking on a different, though no less humorous hairstyle – the comb-over. A local hair cutting chain will hand fans a comb as they enter the park. There will be a “Comb-over Cam” searching the stands for video of fans sporting the best comb-overs for the video board. Between innings the Saltdogs will put famous comb-overs on the video board and ask fans to identify the owner. Even the wiener dogs will get into the act. Lincoln races dachshunds on Wednesdays. For tonight’s race, they’re asking for only the long-haired members of the breed – setting up the potential for a wiener dog comb-over. Is a wiener dog mullet next?

Free fireworks in: Kane County.

“Who’s Then” Finals – Jupiter Hammerheads

Thursday, August 9, 2007
Inspired by the near blinding idiocy of ESPN’s “Who’s Now,” Jupiter has been working all week to determine “Who’s Then”. The original eight person field included the likes of Plato, Bill Clinton and ESPN’s Stuart Scott (he lost faster than the other side of the pillow). Fan vote weeded through the personalities to come up with tonight’s finalists: Pete Rose vs. Cleopatra. Will the Queen of the Nile take out the Hit King? Rose set the early odds at 5-1.

Free Fireworks in: Binghamton, Kane County, New Hampshire, Reading, San Jose and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

Pork Chop Friday – Clinton LumberKings

Friday, August 10, 2007
Minor league baseball fans in Iowa can live high on the hog tonight. Clinton offers its fans a little taste of the pig on Friday nights. The Midwest League’s LumberKings offer grilled pork chop sandwiches – regular and BBQ – at the concession stand for three dollars. Enjoy a chop and a beer, even though the line “buy me a pork chop and CrackerJack” may never be sung during the seventh inning stretch.

Free fireworks in: Aiken, Akron, Asheville, Atlantic City, Bowie, Brockton, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Burlington Bees, Colorado Springs, El Paso, Florence, Gary-Southshore, Greensboro, Greenville, Hickory, Huntsville, Kane County, Kannapolis, Lake Elsinore, Lexington, Long Beach, Louisville, Montgomery, Nashville, New Orleans, Peoria, Quad Cities, Rancho Cucamonga, Rio Grande Valley, Rochester, Rockford, Salem-Keizer, San Jose, Sarasota, Schaumburg, Shreveport, Springfield, Syracuse, Tennessee, Toledo, Tucson, Visalia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

World Record Pillow Fight – Kane County Cougars

Saturday, August 11, 2007
Kane County is in the mood to break a record. The Cougars affiliate is handing out 2,000 mini-pillows and asking fans to bring their own pillows to the game in an attempt to break the world record for pillow fighting. Following the game, the Cougars will escort all combatants onto the field. If more than 3,500 participate, Guinness says the record is theirs. It’s certainly worth getting out of bed for.

Free fireworks in: Beloit, Bowie, Bridgeport, Cedar Rapids, Charlotte, Chico, Clearwater, Great Falls, Greensboro. High Desert, Kane County, Las Vegas, Lexington, Memphis, Midland, Montgomery, Nashville, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Orleans, Orem, Potomac, Rochester, Somerset, Staten Island, Traverse City, Trenton, Tri-City Dust Devils, Tri-City ValleyCats, Windy City, Wisconsin, Yakima and York.

Space Exploration Night – New Hampshire Fisher Cats

Sunday, August 12, 2007
Houston, we have a promotion. New Hampshire has tired of creating bobblehead dolls of current or former players. Tonight, the Fisher Cats are thinking out of this world. The first 2,000 fans that enter the ballpark tonight receive an astronaut bobblehead doll designed to honor American’s storied history of space exploration. Which astronaut is it? The Fisher Cats don’t make a distinction. But does it really matter? All astronauts look alike in their space suits, anyway.

Free fireworks in: Bowie.

Salute to Bowling – West Virginia Power

Monday, August 13, 2007
The great working class sport of bowling is making a comeback. Want proof? The South Atlantic League’s West Virginia Power are honoring it with its own promotion tonight. The staff collected used bowling shoes from a local alley and will be wearing them just for the occasion. They’ve collected 5-foot tall inflatable bowling pins and a large plastic hamster ball for between-innings human bowling contests. The video board will show clips from bowling movies like Kingpin and The Big Labowski, as well as a special bowling challenge taped earlier this week featuring the Power’s mascots. It just might cause a tear to run down Don Carter’s bowling shirt.

Free fireworks in: Vancouver..

Lacrosse Clinic – Reading Phillies

Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Reading was never really into lacrosse until Pat Heim became part of the organization (see story on the right). Heim joined Reading at the beginning of the season as a intern, a couple of months before he became the first overall choice in the Major League Lacrosse draft. Heim is intent on finishing his internship and earning a degree from Penn State. He’s putting on a lacrosse clinic at the Reading ballpark today as the final project for his internship. For baseball fans curious about lacrosse, this could be a great introduction to the sport.

Free fireworks in: Buffalo and Reading.

Best Thing Before Sliced Bread- Palm Beach Cardinals

Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Whenever anything cool comes along, someone invariable says it’s the best thing since sliced bread. Tonight, Palm Beach endeavors to discover what invention sliced bread replaced as the “greatest thing” measuring stick. The Cardinals will ask their fans to vote on the best old-school invention as they enter the ballpark. Shirts will be replaced by bagels and fired into the stands via slingshot. There will be a bread slicing contest between innings using plastic knifes. Even the players will get into the act on the video board talking about their favorite and least favorite inventions. One Cardinal dubs the WNBA the worst invention ever. Though the WNBA may not technically be an invention, we admire the sentiment.

Free fireworks in: Altoona, Great Lakes, Lancaster JetHawks and State College.

Hairiest Back in the Ballpark – Casper Rockies

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Are the follicles on your back operating on overdrive? Head out to Casper where the Rockies are willing to help. As of yesterday, the Rockies had 15 men registered for their Hairiest Back contest. Each inning two of the men will campaign against each other for the votes of fans in the stadium. Eventually the number will dwindle to two, with the winner receiving $2,500 worth of permanent laser hair removal. And don’t worry about being a little shy about exposing your back rug. It’s also Thirsty Thursday. That should give you all the courage you need.

Free fireworks in: Bowie, Reading, and Trenton.

Girls Night Out – Ottawa Lynx

Friday, August 17, 2007
It’s ladies night in Ottawa. The Lynx are running the ballpark just like it’s a local bar. Ladies receive reduced admission to the night’s game. There will also be reduced-priced beer for the females. If you’re a lady and you don’t know anything about baseball, don’t worry. There will be a class before the game to teach you about baseball. If you’re a guy – hey, it’s a night of baseball and babes.  

Free fireworks in:Aiken, Akron, Altoona, Beloit, Binghamton, Brockton, Brooklyn, Camden, Casper, Charleston, Colorado Springs, Columbus, Connecticut, Durham, Florence, Frederick, Great Lakes, Greeneville, Hagerstown, Joliet, Lake County, Lakewood, Lansing, Modesto, Nashville, Omaha, Quad Cities, Rockford, Salem-Keizer, Salt Lake, Savannah, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, Shreveport, Toledo, West Tenn, Wilmington and Wisconsin.


Great Potato Caper 20th Anniversary Celebration – Williamsport Crosscutters

Saturday, August 18, 2007
This was one of the toughest decisions of the season. Portland is holding its Bob L. Head giveaway tonight, but Williamsport is reliving one of the wackiest minor league plays of all time. On Aug. 31, 1987, light hitting backup catcher Dave Bresnahan was behind the plate for the then Williamsport Bills. With an opposing runner on third, Bresnahan received the pitch, reached into his back pocket, pulled out a potato and fired it over the third baseman’s head into left field. When the runner trotted home thinking the ball sailed into left field, Bresnahan produced the real ball and tagged him out. The Indians released Bresnahan as a result of the play, but his place in baseball lore is secure. He will be in Williamsport to reenact the stunt, and the first 1,000 fans at the park will receive a bobblehead doll which depicts Bresnahan throwing a potato. It may be the best bobbleheads of all time.

Free fireworks in: Camden, Charlotte, Fort Wayne, Frederick, Hagerstown, Joliet, Kane County, Long Beach, Nashua, Orange County, Peoria, Round Rock, San Antonio, Sioux City, Tri-City Dust Devils, Vero Beach, Wichita, Wisconsin, Worcester and York.

Kenny Rogers Look-a-Like Day - Lancaster JetHawks

Sunday, August 19, 2007
Lancaster loves Kenny Rogers. The JetHawks want to see their fans prove how much they love the gambler. Fans who dress like Rogers get in free and the one who looks the most like Rogers wins a special prize. Planning to compete? We suggest you bring a rubber chicken in honor of Kenny Roger’s Roasters.

Free fireworks in: Altoona, Lancaster Barnstormers, Myrtle Beach and San Angelo.

Monkey Magic – York Revolution

Monday, August 20, 2007
York holds Monday Magic night every – you guessed it – Monday. Tonight, the revolution have changed the title of the event to suite their friend Jenga, who is – you guessed it again – a monkey. Jenga has been at the ballpark before, throwing out the first pitch and doing coin tricks. What will he do tonight? Apparently it’s a surprise, but the Revolution has assured that Jenga will continue the favorite ballpark tradition of giving monkey kisses to willing fans. Closed mouth, we suppose.

Free fireworks in: Akron, Albuquerque, Binghamton, Birmingham, Beloit, Bowie, Brockton, Brooklyn, Buffalo, CFort Worth, Kane County, Long Island, Mobile (Awful Night fireworks) and Tri-City ValleyCats.

Crazy Hot Dog Vendor Bobblehead – Reading Phillies

Tuesday, August 21, 2007
It’s one of the greatest sites in minor league baseball. Between an inning of each home game in Reading, a guy puts on a costume that makes it appear as though he’s riding an ostrich (his legs become the ostrich’s legs while little foam feet dangle to the side). He gallops onto the field and starts madly heaving hot dogs to maniacal fans. The spectacle is so awe inspiring that Reading fans voted to capture it forever as a bobblehead. Both the head of the vendor and the head of the ostrich costume bobble. If you get only one wacky bobblehead this year, Reading’s Crazy Hot Dog Vendor is the one.

Free fireworks in: Fresno and Reading.

School Supply Recall – Jupiter Hammerheads

Wednesday, August 22, 2007
It seems like everything is getting recalled these days, so Jupiter decided to have a little fun with it and at the same time help less fortunate children. The Hammerheads issued a call to have their fans return new school supplies to the ballpark. Those who do receive a free ticket to the night’s game and the supplies will be donated to the local Boys and Girls Club. The between innings promotions will also mock the start of school, including a notebook toss and a doodling contest. The recall will last until August 30th and please, bring only lead-free pencils.

Free fireworks in:Portland, Rio Grande Valley and San Jose.

Festivus Night – Daytona Cubs

Thursday, August 23, 2007
It’s a Festivus for the rest of us. The oddball holiday created on Seinfeld was celebrated on December 23. Daytona couldn’t wait that long, so they are moving it into August. There will be Festivus poles in front of the stadium and at home plate when managers exchange line-up cards. Programs will be stuffed with donation envelopes for the Human Fund. Every time the Cubs get a hit, the PA will blare Kramer’s famous line, “Another Festivus miracle.” Mascot Cubby will be part of the Feats of Strength and throughout the game the PA announcer will read fans’ gripes as part of the Airing of Grievances. “I got a lot of problems with you people!”

Free fireworks in: Altoona, New Hampshire, Rancho Cucamonga, Reading, Sussex, and Trenton.


Bob L. Head Appearance – Swing of the Quad Cities

Friday, August 24, 2007
Ahh, the power of the bobblehead, or in this case Bob. L. Head. The Iowa native won the Portland Beavers national search for the person named Bob. L. Head most deserving of a bobblehead doll. Mr. Head spent last weekend in Portland, and now returns to the corn state a triumphant celebrity. Tonight he’ll throw out the first pitch before the Swing’s Midwest League game against Cedar Rapids and will spend much of the game raising money for his favorite charity. Fans who donate $10 or more will walk away with their own Bob L. Head bobblehead doll. That’s putting your good name to a good use.

Free fireworks in: Augusta, Bowie, Brockton, Brooklyn, Buffalo, Burlington Bees, Chattanooga, Colorado Springs, Durham, El Paso, Everett, Fort Wayne, Greensboro, Hickory, Hudson Valley, Huntsville, Indianapolis, Kalamazoo, Lake County, Lakewood, Lansing, Long Island, Louisville, Mahoning Valley, Midland, Modesto, Nashville, Omaha, River City, Quad Cities, Reading, Rochester, Schaumburg, Sioux Falls, Springfield, Tacoma, Traverse City, Washington, West Michigan and Winston-Salem.

Throw Your Hat in the Ring – Columbus Catfish

Saturday, August 25, 2007
Ever want to know what it’s like to run a baseball team? Tonight, Columbus is going to give one fan a chance to find out. Interested fans can answer questionnaires dealing with AstroTurf, the designated hitter and other baseball matters when they enter the ballpark. Three fans will be chosen for the election, and they will campaign for the position of Catfish president during the early innings. Fans can vote on their choice for president during the middle innings. The winning candidate will be taken to a skybox where he will rule the late innings. At that time, fans can submit ballpark laws they’d like to see their president enact, such as dollar hotdogs, free beer for an inning and reduced prices in the gift shop. Our new law – No anthem singer can try to make American Idol by singing a two-minute national anthem.

Free Fireworks in: Albuquerque, Bowie, Bridgeport, Burlington, Danville, Daytona, El Paso, Fargo-Moorhead, Fort Wayne, Fort Worth, Great Falls, Greensboro, Inland Empire, Kannapolis, Lancaster JetHawks, Lansing, Las Vegas, Modesto, Nashville, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Orleans, Orem, Pensacola, Peoria, Potomac, Reading, Reno, Rome, San Antonio, Spokane, St. Lucie, Sussex, Trenton, West Michigan, Wichita, Windy City and Yakima.

Cartoon Night – Mahoning Valley

Sunday, August 26, 2007
The Simpsons have a movie in the theaters. For Mahoning Valley, that’s a reason to celebrate. Simpsons audio and video clips will be played throughout today’s New York-Penn League game. There will be a doughnut eating contest in honor of Homer and monopoly game in honor of Mr. Burns. Will there be a shorts-eating contest in honor of Bart?

Free fireworks in: Altoona and Auburn  

Are You Smarter Than Your Hairdresser? – Spokane Indians

Monday, August 27, 2007
If we’ve learned anything from television, it’s that you are probably not smarter than a fifth grader. But you have to be smarter than a hairdresser, right? Spokane is bringing instructors from a local academy of hair design to help with this one. Between each inning, the Indians will ask a fan a question about hair dressing, cosmetology or manicures. The “audience” – in this case fans near by, can help the contestant by shouting out their answer. Once the selection is made a member of the Academy will tell the fan if they are right. Correct answers win a Spokane Indians prize pack, which may or may not include shampoo. Don't forget to tip the shampoo girl.


Clowns Night – West Michigan Whitecaps

Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Send in the clowns. West Michigan is bringing Mr. and Mrs. Bubbles to the ballpark to entertain fans. They’ll add to the carnival atmosphere with a face painter, jugglers and a balloon artist. It’s also Seniors Night. All seniors receive half price tickets for box or reserve seats. We’re not sure whether the clowns are meant to entertain the kids or the old folks.

Free fireworks in:Binghamton, Buffalo, Great Lakes, Wilmington and Winnipeg.


Wild Night – Jupiter Hammerheads

Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Jupiter concludes its Wackier Than Normal Wednesdays promotions with a night for the animals. The Hammerheads will pick one wild play for each inning – a triple play is the first one – and have their fans fill out a survey as to whether it will happen. If the fan is correct, he wins a gift pack to one of three local zoos. Those zoos will also have representatives at the park, and they are bringing some friends for show and tell. Think they can train an Owl to track down a deep fly ball?

Free fireworks in: Greenville and West Michigan.


Guy’s Night – Lancaster Barnstormers

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Lancaster is tired of ladies catching all the breaks, so the Atlantic League’s Barnstormers are throwing a night for the guys. They are giving away foam beer can coolers to men as they enter the ballpark. Classic Ford Mustangs will parade around the warning track and there will be a silent auction of sports memorabilia. But the biggest news may be that two of the Philadelphia Phillies ball girls will greet men at the ballpark gates. They may even spend an inning or two as honorary foul ball girls. Hit ‘em outside the lines, fellas.

Free Fireworks in: Altoona, Chillicothe, Kane County, Lancaster JetHawks, Modesto, Montgomery, Syracuse, Tri-City Dust Devils and Vancouver.

Tribute to Toilet Paper – Bowie Baysox

Friday, August 31, 2007
Toilet paper as we know it has been around for 150 years. For the Eastern League’s Bowie Baysox, that’s a reason to celebrate. The first 150 fans that enter the ballpark tonight will receive a free roll of TP. Between-innings events will feature a mummification contest where participants try to wrap their teammates in the white stuff. The first pitch will be thrown with a roll of TP, there will be toilet paper trivia and a timeline of the history of toilet paper’s evolution. And to help the dispose of the season goodbye, every strikeout recorded by a Bowie pitcher will be punctuated with a toilet flush over the stadium speakers.

Free fireworks in: Asheville, Binghamton, Birmingham, Boise, Cedar Rapids, Charleston, Durham, Everett, Greensboro, Greenville, Hagerstown, Hudson Valley, Joliet, Kalamazoo, Indianapolis, Iowa, Jupiter, Kane County, Lake Elsinore, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Norfolk, Quad Cities, River City, Rochester, Round Rock, Salem-Keizer, Savannah, South Bend, Springfield, Tacoma, Traverse City, Tucson, West Michigan, West Tenn, West Virginia, Winston-Salem and Worcester.

Cubs Beer Festival – Daytona Cubs

Saturday, September 1, 2007
Like beer? Of course you do. Daytona does also. All kinds of beer, in fact. The Cubs and a local distributor are teaming up for a beer tasting at the ballpark. Fans can sample beers from all around the world while they watch their Cubs round the bases. Is there a better way to spend a Saturday?

Free fireworks in: Albuquerque, Atlantic City, Beloit, Bowie, Brevard County, Clearwater, Columbus, Erie, Frederick, Idaho Falls, Kansas City, Lancaster Barnstormers, Lansing, Midland, North Shore, New Britain, New Haven, Norfolk, Peoria, Rochester, Sarasota, Stockton, Vermont, Wilmington, Wisconsin and York.

Wedding Day – Boise Hawks


Sunday, September 2, 2007
Throughout the season Boise fans have been helping assistant general manager Dina Duncan plan her wedding. They’ve chosen the dress, the flowers and the cake. Well, the big day is finally here. Duncan and Ryan Hembree will finally tie the noose following the Hawks afternoon contest against Spokane. Congratulations guys, and if anything goes wrong you can blame the fans.

Free fireworks in: Albuquerque, Beloit, Binghamton, Birmingham, Carolina, Frederick, Gateway, Joliet, Lakewood, Lexington, Louisville, Mahoning Valley, Memphis, Myrtle Beach, New Hampshire, Pawtucket, Rochester, Rockford, Savannah, Toledo, Tulsa, West Virginia and Yakima.

Fan Appreciation Day – Springfield Cardinals


Monday, September 3, 2007
Springfield loves its fans, and to prove it the Cardinals are giving away a lot of stuff tonight. Just to show that sometimes they are full of hot air, the Cardinals are giving away a balloon ride over the Ozarks. There’s also a boat giveaway, a car stereo giveaway and a bread giveaway. Wow, all that and bread?

Free fireworks in: Charleston, Corpus Christi, Great Lakes, High Desert, Lansing, Nashua, and Round Rock.

Fantasy Baseball Night – Spokane Indians


Tuesday, September 4, 2007
Spokane is putting a spin on tonight’s game, choosing to bring in an element of the exceedingly popular fantasy baseball world. Every fan who enters the ballpark for tonight’s Northwest League contest will receive a baseball card featuring one of the Indians. If the player on their card gets a hit tonight, the fan can redeem the baseball card for a free item from a local steakhouse. What’s your ultimate fantasy steak?

Free fireworks in: Batavia, Hudson Valley, Long Island and Tri-City ValleyCats.

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