I-Cubs Release 2019 Promotional Schedule

By Iowa Cubs | March 11, 2019 10:43 AM

Opening Day is just around the corner and the Iowa Cubs have another season of baseball and fun slated for 2019.

Click here for full promotional calendar.

Several fan-favorite weekly promotions are back in 2019, including Thursday Mug Club, Friday Fireworks, Saturday Pre-Game Catch on the Field and Sunday Kids Run the Bases.

Dollar Dogs also return for five dates - May 1, June 4 and 25, July 16, and Aug. 12 - while our furry friends will take over Principal Park for Dog Days on June 4 and Aug. 12.

The Iowa Cubs will rock several specialty jerseys in 2019. The team will wear scout-themed jerseys for Boy Scout Day on April 28, National Wild Turkey Federation uniforms on July 27 and pink tops for Susan G. Komen Night on Aug. 23. All sets of game-worn jerseys will be auctioned off during the game with proceed benefitting the respective organizations.

Fans can also look forward to a new alternative moniker for the I-Cubs in conjunction with Minor League Baseball's Copa de la Diversión initiative. Iowa will wear the new branding, to be revealed Monday, March 18, on June 8, July 28 and Aug. 25.

A 4:38 p.m. first pitch on Saturday, May 18 will make room for a post-game Movie on the Field. Fans are invited to stay late to watch Field of Dreams on the HD video board.

Bring the whole family to the ballpark for Kids Nights on June 26, July 17 and Aug. 8. Each themed game will provide kids 13 and under with free admission with the purchase of a $5 adult General Admission ticket.

Visit the ballpark during the Opening Homestand for a 2019 Magnet Schedule on April 9 and a 2019 Schedule Poster on April 13. Additional giveaways include a 2019 Calendar on April 27, a David Bote Jersey Shirt on July 15 and UnityPoint Baseballs on June 21 and 23.

The Iowa Cubs open the 2019 season at Nashville on Thursday, April 4. The home opener at Principal Park is at 6:38 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9 against New Orleans. Cick here to purchase single-game tickets. 


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