Hey Bisons fans! Bring your gloves to the ballpark and keep those eyes on the field, because Saturday May 18th is Foul Ball Night presented by WISE Snacks. Each fan in attendance at the 7:05 matchup against the Charlotte Knights is eligible to win any number of incredible prizes, as long as you catch a foul ball!
A prize will only be won if a ball reaches the seats on a fly and is retrieved in the stands. Balls thrown into the stands by coaches or players will not be counted, so no sucking up to Marty Brown!
Each fan who gets a foul ball either on a fly or on the ground in the stands will win a bag of delicious WISE chips.
If a foul ball is caught on a fly, fans will win one of the following prizes:
--Autographed baseball by a Bisons player
--$25 Fastball Cash Card
--Free Bisons Cap
--Free set of Wing, Cheese, and Celery Dolls
…And no cheating, we'll have instant replay at our disposal!
Fans will want to be on the look-out for the 3rd foul ball of each inning (Remember, it's the 3rd foul ball to reach the stands on a fly!), because if the ball is either caught in the stands on a fly or picked up on the ground in the stands, that lucky fan will win one of these incredible prizes:
--Dinner & Game (Dinner in Pettibones & 4 front row tickets to game)
--Star Wars Super Pack
--Star Wars 4-Pack
--Autographed Jersey of choice
--Autographed Glove by player of choice
--Autographed Bisons Cap
--Grand Prize- Blue Jays Tickets & Hotel Package
Last but certainly not least, we'll have the Lucky Section contest!
--If a foul ball goes into the designated lucky section of the inning, everyone in that section will receive a ticket to a future Bisons game.
--If a fan in the lucky section gets a foul ball (not on a fly), they will win a $50 Fastball Cash Card.
--If a fan in the lucky section catches a foul ball on a fly, they will be the recipient of a Bisons Autographed Jersey and Ball.
Good luck, and remember to sharpen up that hand-eye coordination and bring your glove to the ballpark for a chance to win any of these great prizes!
This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.