Baysox Christmas Gift Ideas

Chris Tillman bobblehead included with purchase

By Bowie Baysox | November 5, 2013 6:52 AM ET

BOWIE, Md - The Bowie Baysox announce two exciting new ticket packages available for the holidays. Each of the packages includes an all-new Chris Tillman bobblehead collectible and eight undated Baysox tickets for the 2014 season. It's the perfect gift for the baseball fan in your life or a great present for a family looking to spend more time together in 2014.

The Baysox Holiday Gift Pack features eight undated box seat tickets, your choice of a Baysox adjustable baseball cap and a free Chris Tillman bobblehead collectible. This special holiday gift package is $99.95 plus $7.95 shipping and handling. Among the adjustable hats available for fans to choose are the Baysox black/orange replica home hat, Baysox black replica road hat or the alternative "Rocko" logo black replica hat.

The Home For The Holidays ticket package features eight undated box seat tickets and a free Chris Tillman bobblehead collectible. The package is available for $88.00 plus $7.95 shipping and handling. Both of the holiday ticket packages can be purchased at

"I'm honored and flattered that the Baysox have decided to put me on a bobblehead," Tillman said. "I've never had one made so I'm excited to see how it comes out. The 2008 season in Bowie was my first in the Orioles system and a really good year for me on the mound, so I will always have great memories of my time with the Baysox and I appreciate them honoring me in this fashion." 

"More than just an item under the tree, these holiday gift packs will provide unforgettable nights at the ballpark next season," said Baysox Assistant General Manager Phil Wrye. "Tickets to a Baysox game are a great gift for the whole family and something everyone can enjoy together. This is also our fans' opportunity to get the first ever bobblehead collectible of All-Star pitcher Chris Tillman."

Tillman, who pitched for the Baysox in 2008, was named to his first career All-Star game with the Orioles in 2013. The right-handed starting pitcher led the Orioles with a 16-7 record and 3.71 ERA this past season. Tillman went 11-4 with a 3.18 ERA and 154 strikeouts in 28 games for the Baysox in 2008. This will be Tillman's first appearance as a bobblehead with the Baysox and the only opportunity for fans to acquire this new bobblehead collectible will be to purchase a holiday ticket pack.

If you are looking for a stocking stuffer for your kids, the Baysox are also offering a special Kids Holiday Ticket Package. The package includes a voucher for two undated Youth General Admission tickets that can be used at any 2014 home game and a book with 13 tickets for Louie's Kids Park. Louie also has decided to include a nylon black and orange drawstring backpack as a special gift. The package is available for $25 and can be ordered online at

Holiday ticket packages are available until Friday, Jan. 3, but must be ordered before Friday, Dec. 13, to guarantee delivery before Christmas. Fans who wish to pick up their package at Prince George's Stadium will not be charged $7.95 for shipping and handling, and packages can be picked up beginning Thursday, Dec. 5 through Friday, Dec. 20 during regular business hours. Fans have the option to select a different bobblehead for the package, including Matt Wieters, Jim Johnson or Al Bumbry. For more information on the Baysox holiday ticket packages, fans may call the Baysox ticket department at (301) 464-4880 or visit

In addition to the holiday ticket package, Baysox Bucks packages are available. Baysox Bucks serve as currency at Prince George's Stadium, and can be used to purchase tickets, concessions, gift shop items or rides and games in Louie's Kids Park. Baysox Bucks are available in packs of $25, $50 and $75.

Baysox Baseball - We'll Knock Your 'Sox Off. The Baysox 2013 season and 20th season of baseball at Prince George's Stadium has come to an end. The Baysox open the 2014 season at home Thursday, April 3. To keep up with Baysox news during the offseason, visit

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

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