Pulaski Yankees add promotions to final homestand

The Yankees will host their final four home games Tuesday-Friday

By Pulaski Yankees | August 20, 2018 4:51 PM

PULASKI, Va. - The Pulaski Yankees have added additional promotions to their final regular-season homestand of the 2018 season. The Yankees will host Princeton Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and Bluefield Friday in their final four home games of the summer.


On Tuesday August 21, the Yankees would like to thank the town and county employees for all their help in making the 2018 season at Calfee Park a success. As part of this thank you, Calfee Park would like to offer free admission to all town and county employees in Pulaski and Dublin. All employees who bring a valid work ID can receive two free general admission tickets.


The Yankees have also added a promotion to Thursday's game to congratulate all Volvo employees on a successful year of truck orders and sales. All employees from the Dublin-based plant can receive two (2) free general admission tickets with a Volvo ID.


Additionally, the Pulaski Yankees will expand their Taco Tuesday promotion to offer $1 tacos at all remaining home games.


Complete promotional line up:

Tuesday - Pulaski and Dublin Public Works Night, $1 Tacos
Wednesday - Agriculture Night presented by Farm Credit of the Virginias, $1 Tacos
Thursday - Thirsty Thursday, College Night, Volvo Night, $1 Tacos

Friday - Lee Landers bobblehead giveaway and pre-game ceremony, Fan Appreciation Night, $1 Tacos


For tickets and additional details regarding promotions, please visit pulaskiyankees.net or call (540) 980-1070.

The Pulaski Yankees are the Rookie level affiliate of the New York Yankees playing in the Appalachian League. Pulaski is celebrating its 53rd season in the Appalachian League in 2018. Calfee Park has won league championships in 1948, 1969, 1986, 1991 and 2013. Calfee Park opened in 1935 and was renovated for the team's first season as a Yankees affiliate in 2015. For more information, please visit www.pulaskiyankees.net. This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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