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MiLB Club Events

MiLB clubs all across the country will be holding "green" events this season. Check out the calendar of events below to see if a there is a green event going on near you.

Date Event Team Details
4/15Ozone Awareness DayTulsa DrillersKicks off Tulsa's Ozone Alert Program with a media event at ONEOK Field where we promote educational tips about pollution and how citizens can impact cleaner air in the city.
4/21Green Awareness DayArkansas TravelersRecyclable Grocery Bag giveaway. Local businesses will join together to tell fans how to reduce their carbon footprint as well as inform fans of how they are being green.
Date Event Team Details
6/14Going Green NightFrederick KeysEduction and awareness programming.
6/28Green OutErie SeaWolvesGreen T-Shirt giveaway. In-game promotion where fans will be encouraged to put on their green t-shirts for the green-out at Jerry Uht Park.
6/28-7/1Whack-A-Car for Charity WeekendErie SeaWolvesFans will be able to make a charitable donation where they can hit an old beat up vehicle parked outside of Jerry Uht Park where all proceeds will go to a local charity. Car will then be recycled at the conclusion of the event.
6/29Go Green NightBoise Hawks
Date Event Team Details
7/19Going Green NightWilliamsport CrosscuttersEducation and recycling opportunites. Electronics, paper shredding etc.
7/24Go Green NightHudson Valley RenegadesHeld in conjunction with Irish Night at the ballpark. Go Green initiatives are displayed throughout the stadium and the energy efficient sponsor will educate fans on ways they can be more "green." The night is mixed with the fun of Irish step dancers, green beverages and food items to tie in the nights theme.
Date Event Team Details
Season-longThunder Clean Water PledgeTrenton ThunderThe Thunder Clean Water Pledge is a partnership with the NJ Watershed Ambassadors, an AmeriCorps program hosted by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection's Division of Watershed Management. The pledge program, which began prior to the 2007 season, educates students about water pollution and rewards them for making a "Pledge" to live in a more environmentally sound way. The NJ Watershed Ambassadors offer interactive presentations for students of all ages throughout the school year. At the conclusion of the lesson, students were given a "Pledge" form listing actions they can take to preserve the health of our watersheds and our communities. Students were encouraged to sign the pledge form and return it to the Thunder in order to earn two tickets to a game (Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 5:05).
Season-longRecycling Bin InitiativeDayton DragonsThe Dayton Dragons and Montgomery county are teaming up with the RBI program (Recycling Bin Initiative). participants will document 3 weeks of recycling turn it into the dragons and Montgomery county solid waste division. at the end of the season the participants will be invited to a party at the Fifth Third Field.
Every gameGreen TeamToledo Mud HensFans are asked to pass recycleables to ushers during game.
TO BE DETERMINED (check team websites)
Date Event Team Details
TBDGo-Green NightBluefield Blue Jays
TBDNeon Green NightEugene Emeralds
TBDEarthShare of New Jersey Environmental Awareness Fair Trenton Thunder
TBDGrow Your Own Bat Days sponsored by Up With TreesTulsa DrillersTree giveaway as fans exit the stadium.