Giveaways, Discounts and Fireworks Highlight Schedule

October 2, 2012 10:08 AM ET

Moosic, PA - The PNC Field front office doesn't simply plan on hosting 72 home games in 2013 - that doesn't quite capture the grand plans in store for NEPA professional baseball.

Hosting 72 events, however, is more in line with what the team has in mind.

In that spirit, the SWB Yankees announced their 2013 Daily Promotions Schedule, and each day is sure to provide affordable family entertainment and something for all ages.

"Our soul focus at PNC Field is to provide the best in affordable family fun," said Rob Crain, President and General Manager. "From Monday through Sunday we will offer a variety of promotions that the entire family can enjoy."

Let PNC Field get the week started off right by taking care of an easy and inexpensive dinner. On "$1 Hotdog Mondays," patrons will be able to buy a ballpark hotdog for only $1.

"2 For Tuesdays" will feature an incredible value, where fans can buy one lawn ticket and get another free.

Be sure to corral the little ones and bring them to "Kids Eat Free!" on Wednesdays. Children 12 and younger will be given a coupon at the gate for a free kids' meal.

"Thirsty Thursday" will get the weekend started early with $1 beer specials and $1 Pepsi products. Loosen up and rock out with the live band that will perform pre-game.

Come to the ballpark early on Fridays to join in on the pre-game block party festivities and live pre-game music. Following the game, stay for some of the most incredible professional firework displays you'll see in Northeast Pennsylvania.

Each Saturday, the SWB franchise will have a special giveaway and also feature a live band before the game.

To wrap up the week, Sundays will be known as "Family FUNday," where players will sign autographs, clowns will entertain and kids will have the opportunity to run the bases post-game.

A more detailed promotion and giveaway schedule will be released at a later date. Promotions will not be valid on school day games and weekday day games. July 4 will be excluded from "Thirsty Thursday."

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

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