Dayton Dragons and Bowling Green Hot Rods make their only trip to Clinton this season in a six-game home stand at A.U.F

2 giveaway days & a post-game concert headline 6-game home stand

Eastern Division rival Dayton Dragons and Bowling Green Hot Rods make their only trip to Clinton this season in a six-game home stand at Ashford University Field.

By Erik Oas / Clinton LumberKings | July 10, 2017 4:22 PM ET

CLINTON, IA (Jul 10, 2017) - The LumberKings return to Clinton starting - Wednesday, July 12 - for a 6-game home stand that features two giveaway days, a post-game concert and more! Come cheer on your LumberKings as they welcome in the Dayton Dragons, Single-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, and Bowling Green Hot Rods, Single-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, for the teams only trip to Ashford University Field in 2017. Tickets are available by calling (563) 243-0727 or by going online to


Wednesday, July 12 at 6:30 p.m. | Gates open 5 p.m. | vs. Dayton | Tickets >>


The Clinton LumberKings open up their six-game homestand with the first of three games against the Dayton Dragons. The 2017 first-half Eastern division wild card winners make their only trip to Clinton this season and will open their series on "Wing Wednesday where fans can enjoy 50 cent wings all game long!


Thursday, July 13 at 6:30 p.m. | Gates open 5:00 p.m. | vs. Dayton | Tickets >>


Game two of the series the Dragons features "Thirsty Thursday" where fans 21 years and older can enjoy Coors Light and Miller Lite draft beers for just $1 from 5-8PM. The LumberKings will also pay tribute to the rich history of baseball in Clinton with "Throwback Thursday" taking the field in jerseys of past affiliations in Clinton. Special ticket offers are available for residents of Camanche and by visiting Community State Bank and the Lyons Business Professional Association.


Friday, July 14 at 6:30 p.m. | Gates open 5:00 p.m. | vs. Dayton | Tickets >>


The LumberKings conclude their three game series with the Dayton Dragons on Friday night. Come cheer on the LumberKings against the playoff bound Dragons in Dayton's final game against the LumberKings of the 2017 season. Special ticket offers to the game can be found by visiting American Family Insurance.


Saturday, July 15 at 6:30 p.m. | Gates at 5 p.m. | vs. Bowling Green | Tickets >>



The LumberKings welcome in the Bowling Green Hot Rods for a three-game series starting on Saturday night. Fans should arrive early and stay late for a Casey's General Store and KWQC-TV USB car charger giveaway and a post-game concert. The post-game concert is the fourth installment of the "Stay Late Saturday" concert series and features Todd Striley and the Noize.


Sunday, July 16 at 2:00 p.m. | Gates at 12:30 p.m. | vs. Bowling Green | Tickets >>


Day baseball returns to Ashford University Field on Sunday with game two of the three game series with the Bowling Green Hot Rods. The first fans through the gates will receive a baseball card strip courtesy of Mediacom and Clinton National Bank. Special ticket offers are available to residents of Sterling, Rock Falls, and Carroll County!


Monday, July 17 at 11:00 a.m. | Gates at 10 a.m. | vs. Bowling Green | Tickets >>


The homestand comes to a conclusion on Monday with the earliest start time of the year as part of "Pack the Park with Kids Day." Make it breakfast with the LumberKings, as the gates will open at 10 a.m. with the first pitch being thrown at 11 a.m. The LumberKings will be wearing Seattle Mariners uniforms and special Mariners themed LumberKings hats as part of "Mariners Monday."



About the LumberKings


The LumberKings, the only remaining Charter Member of the Midwest League, are playing their 62nd season in the league and their ninth as an affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. Since the club's inception in 1937, 270 former Clinton players have made it to the Major Leagues. The LumberKings play at historic Ashford University Field located off 6th Avenue North at 537 Ballpark Drive. Tickets to all 70 home games are available by calling (563) 242-0727 or by visiting

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

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