BayBears Upcoming Series

August 8, 2013 9:16 AM ET


The Birmingham Barons are making their first visit to Hank Aaron Stadium this season starting Thursday, August 8th. Both the BayBears and Barons are the first half winners in their respective divisions of the Southern League. It will be the battle of the best.


Thursday, August 8th (7:05 p.m.) - 70's Night and Thirsty Thursday. The BayBears will be going back in time and celebrating the rich culture of the 1970s from disco to rock 'n roll. We will have our $1 Natural Ice, $1.50 Budweiser and discounted soda from 6-8 p.m.

Friday, August 9th (7:05 p.m.) - Prostate Cancer Awareness, Country Night and Friday Fireworks.  The BayBears have partnered with Ed Randell's Bat for the Cure and will be auctioning off a team-signed blue bat with all the proceeds going back to Bat for the Cure. We will also be celebrating Mobile's country roots with local 4-H clubs, animals and country music. We will cap off the night with the best fireworks in the Southern League.

Saturday, August 10th (7:05 p.m.) - Casino and Coast Guard Appreciation Night. The Hank will be turned into a casino with fun in game promotions and activities on the concourse. We will also be celebrating the Coast Guard throughout the night.

Sunday, August 11th (5:05 p.m.) - Bark in the Park. Fans are encouraged to bring their dogs to the game. We will have water stations and snacks on the concourse for the furry friends. Don't have a dog? Don't worry there will be some up for adoption at the game!

Monday, August 12th (7:05 p.m.) - Reality Shows Night and Every Monday Matters. The BayBears will take part in pop culture and celebrate all the reality television shows. All our promotions will be themed with different reality shows. This week's Every Monday Matters will benefit the Ransom Cafe. Bring in toiletries, dish soap, dish cloths, gallon size ziploc bags, gently used clothing, or canned goods and receive a free box seat. 

Come on enjoy the best baseball on the Gulf Coast before the school year starts up. 

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

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