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Down on the Farm Freebies

This coming season, the farm teams have some worthwhile giveaways and promotions. Here is a glance of some of the best events, by team.


Lakewood BlueClaws-
Thursday, April 9th...Opening Night, Get your picture taken with the World Series Trophy!
Friday, April 10th...Asbury Park Press Dollar Ticket Night!
Thursday, April 23rd...Thirsty Thursday. $1 beers! It's true times two (repeats various Thursdays).
Saturday, May 9th...Bark in the Park Night, bring your dog to the game.
Tuesday, May 26th...Ryan Howard Cap Giveaway.
Tuesday, June 9th...Lou Marson Bobblehead Dolls.
Monday, June 15th...Charlie Manuel World Series Champions Bobbleheads.
Saturday, June 20th...Wrestler "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan autograph signing.
Sunday, June 21st...Celebrate Fathers' Day with a post game father/son catch on the field.
Saturday, June 27th...Phillies World Series Poster.
Tuesday, June 30th..."Jay" Happ Bobblehead Doll.
Thursday, July 16th...World Series MVP Cole Hamels Bobblehead and Thirsty Thursday (AKA- Best Night of the Season!).
Monday, July 20th...Cole Hamels XL T-shirt.
Saturday, August 1st...Darryl Strawberry Autograph Signing.
And don't forget that kids eat free at every Lakewood home game.

Reading Phillies-
Thursday, April 9th...Opening Night, Phillies World Champions Logo Throw Blanket.
Friday, April 10th...Phillies World Champions Logo Seat Cushion.
Friday, April 24th...Wrestler Mick Foley Autograph Session, tribute to pro wrestling night.
Sunday, April 26th...Cole Hamels World Series MVP Hat, and dollar dogs.
Sunday, May 10th...Mothers' Day Pink Tote Bag, w/ pink game jersey raffle, and dollar dogs.
Thursday, May 14th...6th annual beer tasting festival.
Friday, May 15th...Pack Your Bags Instant Vacation Night to Phils @ Nats weekend in DC.
Sunday, May 17th...Phillies World Champions Replica Ring.
Tuesday, May 19th...Gluttony Night- all you can eat at the concession stands.
Sunday, June 14th...R-Phils Camo Game Cap.
Sunday, June 21st...Fathers' Day R-Phils Neck Tie, and dollar dogs.
Wednesday, June 24th...Charlie Manuel World Champions Bobble Head Doll.
Tuesday, June 30th...R-Phils Spatula and a Spam Carving Contest (seriously).
Wednesday, July 1st...Cole Hamels World Series MVP T-shirt.
Friday, July 17th...Pre-game Renew Your Wedding Vows Ceremony w/ 2nd honeymoon trip giveaway.
Wednesday, July 29th...Ryan Howard Batting Stance Silhouette T-shirt.
Tuesday, August 4th...Phillies World Champions Desk Top Replica Ring.
Wednesday, August 5th...R-Phils Bread Box AND free loaf of Stroehmann's bread.
Tuesday, August 25th...Ricky Bottalico and Dave Doster inducted into Reading Baseball Hall of Fame.
Saturday, August 29th...R-Phils Harley-Davidson Night Game Cap.

Lehigh Valley Ironpigs-
Friday, April 10th...Opening Night, World Series Trophy in the house.
Thursday, April 16th...Shane Victorino Bobblehead Night.
Sunday, May 3rd...Ladies Pink Bucket Hats.
Tuesday, May 5th...Cinco De Mayo Maracas!
Monday, May 18th...Plungers. Yes, Plungers.
Sunday, May 24th...Camo Caps.
Monday, June 1st...Mouse Pads. Don't worry, they get better.
Wednesday, June 24th...Superhero IronPigs caps.
Thursday, June 25th...Mascot Fefe Bobblehead Dolls.
Monday, June 29th...World Series Replica Ring.
Wednesday, July 8th...Team Photo/Autograph Night.
Thursday, July 16th...Pre-game Wedding.
Sunday, August 9th...Coca Cola Park Wooden Displays.
Tuesday, August 11th...World Series Desk Top Ring.
Wednesday, August 12th..."Jay" Happ Bobblehead Dolls.

Reviewing, by team, it seems that Lakewood has the best promotions schedule, with Reading coming in a close second. The BlueClaws' kids eat free promotion is too huge. The orginality nod goes to the IronPigs, however, with the plungers and the maracas! The Threshers don't seem to have their promotions schedule listed on their web site yet.

Comments

Mr. A-Hole said…
I'm always down for free shit! I live in Jersey though, can you hook me up there?
Jay Floyd said…
Lakewood is in NJ! Check it out.

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