Rattlers return from Eastern Division trip to start long homestand
By Chris Mehring / Wisconsin Timber Rattlers | May 5, 2018 11:50 AM
GRAND CHUTE, WI - The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers conclude their six-game road swing to the Midwest League's Eastern Division on Sunday. They will be back in action at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium to begin a 14-game homestand on Monday.
This homestand is so long we had break up the highlights into two parts. Part one looks at the bobbleheads, theme nights, and fun events planned for the games from May 7 through May 12 against the Lansing Lugnuts and Great Lakes Loons. Part two is coming next week to talk about the promotions happening during the games of May 14 through May 20 versus the Beloit Snappers and Burlington Bees.
MONDAY, May 7 at 6:35pm; Qdoba Q*Monday with NASH FM 99.5 & 104.9: Purchase an entrée at any Qdoba location in Appleton, Neenah, or Oshkosh for lunch on Monday and receive a ticket to any Monday home game during the 2018 season.
TUESDAY, May 8 at 12:05pm; Weather Day with FOX 11; Baker Tilly Business Person, Military, & Senior Citizens Special presented by WVBO and AM1280, WNAM: FOX 11 Weather Day is back at the ballpark. Have fun with the FOX 11 Weather Team, learn about weather, see if you have what it takes to give a forecast, and check out the Storm Chaser Vehicles. Show your business card when you purchase a ticket and for $15 you will receive a box seat ticket, a beverage and your choice of brat or hot dog. The offer is also available to senior citizens (55 & older) and military personnel courtesy of Baker Tilly, WVBO, and AM1280 WNAM.
WEDNESDAY, May 9 at 6:35pm; Bang for Your Buck Night with Y100: All fans may enjoy Cher-Make hotdogs and Pepsi products for $1. Fans 21 and older may purchase 12-ounce domestic beers for $1. This is a part of Bang for Your Buck Night at the ballpark with Y100! Also, one lucky fan will win two charter airfare tickets courtesy of AAA Travel and Funjet Vacations.
THURSDAY, May 10 at 6:35pm; Local 5 Night; Craft Brews & Brats Thursday presented by Badger Club Amber, Wisconsin Brewing Company, and Fox River Brewing Company with Y100: Follow Local 5 on social media to find out how you can purchase $5 tickets for Local 5 Night. Fans of legal drinking age may enjoy 12-ounce craft beers for $2. Cher-Make brats are also just $2 and they are available for everyone. Beers from Fox River Brewing Company, Badger Club Amber, and many, many more will be available.
FRIDAY, May 11 at 6:35pm; Eric Sogard Bobblehead Giveaway presented by Jorgensen, Schulz EyeCare Center; Arty's Old Fashioned Friday with WIXX; Kids Run the Bases presented by Menasha Corporation: The first bobblehead giveaway of this homestand is Milwaukee Brewers infielder Eric Sogard, who made a rehabilitation appearance with the Rattlers in 2017. The first 1,000 fans to attend this game will receive a bobblehead courtesy of Jorgensen, Schulz EyeCare Center. Arty's Old Fashioned drinks will be available to fans 21 and over for $3 on an Arty's Old Fashioned Friday. Children 14 and under may participate in Kids Run the Bases thanks to Menasha Corporationafter the game.
SATURDAY, May 12 at 1:05pm; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Day with Mask Giveaway for children 12 & under presented by North Shore Bank; Kids Run the Bases presented by Meijer; North Shore Bank Family Day with WIXX: Cowabunga! It's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Day at the ballpark and they will be at the park to meet their fans courtesy of North Shore Bank. The Timber Rattlers are offering a special Cowabunga Ticket Package for $20 and it includes a box seat ticket, a guaranteed mask giveaway, a Fast Pass to meet the Turtles, and a voucher good for a slice of pizza at the concession stands. Call the ticket office or order online using the promo code "tmnt". Also, Timber Rattlers players and coaches will be wearing specially designed jerseys with a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme. These jerseys will be auctioned for charity. If you do not get the Cowabunga Ticket Package, you can still receive a mask if you are one of the first 1,000 kids aged 12 and under to the game. After the game, children 14 and under may run the bases courtesy of Meijer.