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Barons To Thank Fans During Final Homestand
Barons will honor fans with Fan Appreciation giveaways throughout their series against the Montgomery Biscuits
08/27/2013 1:19 PM ET
 

The Birmingham Barons return to Regions Field on Thursday, August 29th to begin their final 2013 regular season homestand with five games against the Montgomery Biscuits, Double-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays.

This five-game homestand will feature Fan Appreciation promotions as a 'Thank You' to the greater Birmingham community for the tremendous support during the inaugural season at Regions Field. On the season, the Barons lead the Southern League in total attendance (372,655) and average attendance (5,733) while recording the second-highest single-season attendance ever for the team in the modern era since 1964.

The Kids Fun Park at Regions Field will be free for all children during the final three games of the homestand on Saturday, Sunday and Monday and kids will be able to run the bases after both Sunday and Monday's games.

The series begins on Thursday with Thirsty Thursday presented by Miller Lite and Woodbridge where fans can enjoy 16 oz. beverages for just $2!

The Holiday weekend kicks off on Friday with a post-game fireworks show presented by Coca-Cola, Alabama Power and Glowble Lighting. On Saturday, the SweetRight Brothers will provide entertainment for fans throughout the game in an appearance presented by Red Diamond and Barber's. The Barons will also give away a grill courtesy of All-South Appliance during Saturday's game.

On Sunday, the Barons honor America's armed servicemen and women during Armed Forces Sunday presented by DRASH. The home slate concludes on Labor Day with an appearance by the Bama Airdogs on Fan Appreciation Day. Monday's all season long are YP days presented by YP.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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