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Below, find the promotional preview for the BlueClaws upcoming seven-game homestand (May 25 – May 31), the first four against Greensboro and the last three against Delmarva. Ready?
Wednesday (11:05): Education Day with a pre-game performance by Wondergy on the Science of Baseball / Dollar Dog Wednesday.
Thursday (6:35): Thirsty Thursday with a chance to win tickets to see Hall & Oates on June 8th at PNC Bank Arts Center / Join the Thirsty Thursday Club here.
Friday (7:05): Post-game fireworks thanks to Toyota/Scion World of Lakewood.
Saturday (7:05): Post-game fireworks thanks to Toyota/Scion World of Lakewood (these were re-scheduled from April 8) / Concert Ticket Extravaganza, where you can win tickets to see these shows.
Sunday (7:05): The only game this year with both Kids Eat Free thanks to ShopRite and post-game fireworks (thanks to Toyota/Scion World of Lakewood / Kids Club free tickets / details here.
Monday (1:05): Post-game photo on the field / Kids Eat Free / Food drive to benefit Rutgers Against Hunger & Your Grandmother’s Cupboard.
Tuesday (6:35): 2010 Championship Poster giveaway thanks to YellowBook / Senior Day Tuesday thanks to TD Bank.
That is all.
Quick post. Below are the jerseys the BluePaws will be wearing on Saturday for Bark in the Park. Here is the full rundown of the pre-game festival (beginning at noon), pet parade, and more for Saturday.
Yes that is a lame title, but Bryce Harper, baseball’s top prospect and the #1 overall pick in the 2010 draft will be in Lakewood with Hagerstown for a four-game series beginning Friday night (yes, Friday the 13th).
It should be a very exciting weekend and the first chance for the Jersey Shore fans to see Harper, who is off to a scalding start, hitting .357 (10th in the league) with 7 HRs and 23 RBIs (both second).
He started the year 9-39 but is 21-45 since with six HRs and 16 RBIs in his last 13 games.
Also, earlier this week in West Virginia he was involved in a bench-clearing incident (not a brawl – no punches were thrown). You can watch video here, but Harper said something to the catcher after homering in his first AB and then someone said something after he struck out in his second AB.
Harper went 2-11 against Lakewood in Hagerstown on the first road trip of the season.
Here’s the promo rundown for next week:
- Friday at 7:05: post-game fireworks thanks to Toyota/Scion World of Lakewood
- Saturday at 4:05: Bark in the Park thanks to Magic 100.1 and 95.9 WRAT…bring your dog to the game!
- Sunday at 1:05: Kids Eat Free / Kids Character Sunday
- Monday at 6:35: Kids Eat Free / Preakness preview
Here’s your order tickets link (or call 732-901-7000) but note that tickets for this series are filling up fast.
Where did the title of the post come from? Here are the shirts that the staffers wear at Municipal Stadium in Hagerstown.
Last night, we ran our Kentucky Derby preview race at FirstEnergy Park, with Dialed In, who will likely be installed as the morning line favorite when the race is drawn later today,
Bill Brower of Tinton Falls correctly predicted Dialed In, wh
o beat Mucho Macho Man by about half of a nose, and was then selected the grand prize winner, taking home a Haskell prize pack courtesy of Monmouth Park.
It was Bill’s second visit to FirstEnergy Park. Last year, he came out and proposed to his wife.
On a side note, we are going to preview the Preakness Stakes on May 16th (actual race May 21st) and the Belmont Stakes on June 10th (actual race June 12th). It will be quite similar to what we did last night. Photos below.
Here is Mr. Brower with Dialed In’s “rider” in a post-sixth-inning ceremony.
(click to enlarge) Dialed In (#4) commences his rally. He would nose out Mucho Macho Man (#7) on the wire with Watch Me Go (#16) finishing 3rd. Brilliant Speed (#2) made a big move to take the lead near the top of the stretch but faded. 2 year old champ Uncle Mo (#15) is in 5th and you can see the tiring Shackelford (#11) and ArchArchArch (#1). (Dave Schofield photo)
Last year, the BlueClaws re-enacted the Kentucky Derby (video below). This year, we’re running it for real. And if you pick the winner, you can win a Haskell Prize Pack from Monmouth Park. It’s all a part of our Kentucky Derby celebration this Tuesday at FirstEnergy Park.
What: A running of the Kentucky Derby (run for real next Saturday) between innings. The “riders” will be in their jockey silks and we’ll run the race.
How You Can Play: Simply sign up at the Monmouth Park table on the concourse. When you register, you can pick the winner. After the race, we’ll select one grand prize winner from everyone that picked the race winner, and that person will win a Haskell Prize Pack. The Haskell is a $1 million race run at Monmouth Park this year on July 31st.
Also: We’ll give out Monmouth Park free admission passes at the Monmouth table on Tuesday.
Here is the link to order tickets to Tuesday’s game. And below is last year’s race.
While you can’t hear him, Larry Collmus, Monmouth Park announcer, called our Kentucky Derby re-enactment last year.
This year, he’ll call the real thing. Congrats to Larry! And enjoy our re-enactment below:
Is it a coincidence that he went from Lakewood to Louisville?
Yes. But feel free to believe otherwise.
The BlueClaws return home on Monday to open a nine-game homestand against Charleston (Yankees) and Savannah (Mets). Click here to order tickets to any of these games and below find the promo rundown. What Yankees/Mets prospects should you watch out for?
Monday: Kids Eat Free (thanks to ShopRite)-pick up your kids eat free voucher at the Kids Club tents at each entrance / Scout Night / Hockey Night
Tuesday: Seniors Eat Free / Baseball Bingo (thanks to TD Bank) / Lakewood Township Night with Lakewood Little League 1975 World Series Champions (more on this here)
Wednesday: 11:05 am game and an oversized baseball card giveaway (thanks to the Asbury Park Press) / Dollar Dogs (hot dogs)
Thursday: Thirsty Thursday (club info here) / Manasquan-Brielle Little League Night (thanks to T&T Coast Honda)
Friday: Post-game fireworks (thanks to Toyota/Scion World of Lakewood), first of the year since April 8th was rained out / Dance Team performance
Saturday: 4:05 game with Toms River Little League and Township Night plus Jackson and Jackson Liberty meet post-game
Sunday: 1:05 game with a championship banner giveaway (thanks to Accu-Image Design) / Boating & Fishing Expo (thanks to the Marine Trades Association / Kids Character Sunday / Kids Run the Bases
Monday: Kids Eat Free (thanks to ShopRite) / Post-game Twizzler’s giveaway thanks to Hershey’s
Tuesday: Monmouth Park’s Kentucky Derby Celebration (details forthcoming) / Seniors Eat Free / Baseball Bingo (thanks to TD Bank)
We’ll probably be in the second inning, unless of course we get a repeat of 2007’s Opening Day.
Anyway, we’re once again giving fans the opportunity to raise the South Atlantic League Championship Banner. Fans can bid on eBay by clicking here and all proceeds from the auction will benefit BlueClaws Charities.
Opening Day is also a Thirsty Thursday, which is cool. It’s the first time we’ve opened on a Thirsty Thursday since we instituted the promotion.
On that note, click here to become a fan of Thirsty Thursday on Facebook and like our first post to show how psyched you are for the first Thirsty Thursday of 2011.
Here is info on the Thirsty Thursday Club, which includes a free mug and a bunch more. Do you bring friends out to Thirsty Thursday? Then the club is perfect since you can use all the tickets in two or three games and keep the mug.
Enjoy the games tonight.
The BlueClaws on Wednesday announced an exciting addition to the 2011 promotional schedule: Jack Morris for an autograph signing on July 7th, a Thirsty Thursday.
Morris, who this year received 53.5% of the Hall of Fame vote (75% required for election) was a five-time all-star and four-time World Series Champion.
He’s perhaps best known for throwing 10 shutout innings to win Game 7 of the 1991 World Series 1-0 over the Braves. He won four games in that post-season alone. He also holds the record for consecutive Opening Day starts with 14.
Morris will sign autographs for BlueClaws fans at the July 7th game, which begins at 7:05.
Previous players to sign autographs at BlueClaws games include Hall of Famers Steve Carlton, Andre Dawson, Goose Gossage, Bob Feller, and Jim Rice, as well as Darryl Strawberry, Mitch Williams, and more.
If you missed FanFest on Saturday, don’t worry. You can lock in your individual game tickets for the 2011 BlueClaws season online (click here), on the phone (732-901-7000 opt 2) or in person at FirstEnergy Park.
Opening Day is April 7th, just 24 days away and then we have Dollar Weekend (8-9-10) right after that.
Click here for the promotional schedule.
- May 31st: Championship Poster Giveaway thanks to Yellow Book
- June 9th: Tote Bags thanks to New Jersey Natural Gas
- July 5th: Mark Parent SAL Trophy Bobblehead Dolls (third in the set, as shown on the right)
- July 7th: Wing Fling (presented by 105.7 The Hawk), with wing-eating contest
- July 23rd: Team Poster Giveaway thanks to the Asbury Park Press
- July 24th: Meet and Greet With Captain America (THE Captain America)
- 8/16: Premium Giveaway Item TBD thanks to Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ
- 8/20: Ryan Howard Commemorative Mini-Jerseys (this is the one year anniversary of the jersey retirement ceremony from last year)
All for now, more later.
We’ve made a few additions to the BlueClaws promotional schedule since we first announced it a few weeks ago. You can view the promo schedule in its entirety by buy cialis online uk
Here are the additions:
- Dollar Weekend: April 8th, 9th and 10th…reserve and general admission tickets are just $1.
- April 9th: as part of Buster’s Birthday celebration, the first 2,000 fans 17 & under will receive a Velcro Wallet courtesy of TD Bank.
- June 23rd: In addition to the Phillie Phanatic, fans can get their picture taken with the Phillies 1980 and 2008 World Series trophies. We’ve had the 2008 trophy here but never the 1980 trophy.
- We’ll give out long-sleeve t-shirts to the first 2,000 fans 18 & older on August 6th, which doubles as Irish Heritage Night and a green jersey auction.
Individual game tickets to on sale at FanFest, the details of which are here.
Not sure how many UFC fans there are out there, but you can meet UFC fighter Nick Catone, a former wrestler at Brick Memorial and Rider University.
He’ll fight on the UFC 128 undercard on March 19th at Prudential Center.
One lucky fan will win a pair of tickets to UFC 128 at FanFest next week.