Bees Begin Weekend Homestand Thursday

By Salt Lake Bees | May 15, 2018 6:20 PM

SALT LAKE CITY (May 15, 2018) - After an eight-game road trip the Salt Lake Bee return to Smith's Ballpark for a four-game weekend series against the Sacramento River Cats (Triple-A San Francisco). Below is an overview of the game times, activities and community nights happening at the ballpark.


Thursday, May 17 vs. Sacramento River Cats, 6:35 p.m.

  • Coors Light Thirsty Thursday with $3 drinks.
  • Teacher Appreciation Night presented by Western Governors University. All teachers can receive two free tickets and 50% off any additional ticket purchase (limit six) by presenting their valid teacher ID at the Smith's Ballpark box office.

Friday, May 18 vs. Sacramento River Cats, 6:35 p.m.

  • Social Media Night presented by Ford includes contests and giveaways throughout the night on the Bees social media channels, @SaltLakeBees on Instagram and Twitter.
  • Post-game kids run presented by Bees Kids Club.

Saturday, May 19 vs. Sacramento River Cats, 6:35 p.m.

  • Pack The Park Pink Night. Bees players will wear special Pink jerseys to help raise money for Huntsman Cancer Foundation.
  • Pink T-Shirts will be sold during the game for a $5 donation to Huntsman Cancer Foundation.
  • Post-game kids run presented by Bees Kids Club.

Sunday, May 20 vs. Sacramento River Cats, 1:05 p.m.

  • Sunday matinee day game.
  • Brunch at the Ballpark. $25 for a ticket to the game and brunch on the Vista Deck or Party Patio at Smith's Ballpark. Brunch is available to purchase by calling 801-325-BEES (2337).
  • Safe in the SUNday presented by University of Utah Health.

Additional details about all Bees promotions are available at Tickets can be purchased online at, the Smith's Ballpark box office, Smith's Tix outlets. Group outings, picnics or suites can be purchased by calling the Bees group sales office at 801-325-BEES (2337).

About the Salt Lake Bees

The Salt Lake Bees are in their 17th season as the Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels and will continue to be the top affiliate of the Angels through the 2020 season. While with Los Angeles, Salt Lake owns five division championships and two trips to the Pacific Coast League Finals. Smith's Ballpark, the home of the Bees, is consistently voted as one of the best ballparks in baseball, including a Top 10 Ballpark in the United States by Better Homes and Gardens. In 2015 the Bees were awarded the Bob Freitas Award by Baseball America as the top franchise in Triple-A. For more information visit

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