It is supposed to a special 12:00 noon doubleheader. Discount tickets admitting fans for $ 3 dollars are available at Pulaski County Exxon gas stations. To find out promotional information, listen to Magic 105. Villa Italian Restaurant/Golden Corral bingo will be played between innings for dinner and other prizes. Spending your free afternoon time out, you’ll be able to enjoy the wireless high speed internet provided by AT&T Wi-Fi. Frisco is the first to be battled by Travs in the first doubleheader of the season. The beginning is at 12:00. You are allowed in at 11:00.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31 ARKANSAS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION FREE NIGHT
REDDY ICE FAMILY DISCOUNT NIGHT
Being a customer of Arkansas Federal Credit Union you are able to show your credit card at gate 2 and to gain free general admission. Anywhere Reddy Ice is sold you may find $ 3 discount coupons located (mostly at Pulaski County Exxon or Shell gas stations). To get some more promotional information, listen to Classic Country. If you are a UAMS student, there are tickets located for you. Also there are tickets for faculty and stuff located on campus. The beginning is at 7:10 p.m., whilst you are allowed to be in at 6:10 p.m.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1 PETIT JEAN MEATS FAMILY DISCOUNT NIGHT
LAND O’FROST BINGO
Having got a wrapper or receipt from any Petit Jean Meats, you’ll get a $ 3 general admission to the game on the 1st of June that is to start at 7:10 p.m., while the gate is to be open at 6:10 p.m. To move into the box seats, pay only $ 2 more.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2 MIDGET WRESTLING
KIDS RUN THE BASES
It is the biggest occasion that has ever taken place. Returning to Ray Winder Field as a battle for the World Midget Wrestling Championship in a squared circle, Midget Wrestling will take place before the game. To get more information, watch Fox 16 and listen to Magic 105. It’s going to be Benton Night, so there are free tickets at MNB Bank, Regions Bank, Benton Chamber, KCDI, KBOK, KEWI and the Benton Courier. After the game kids run the bases and receive a free gift courtesy of Gator Park. The event starts at 7:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3 TRAVS PAINTERS CAPS
KIDS RUN THE BASES
The first 1,000 paid grown-ups possessing a $6 GA ticket receive a free Travs painters cap courtesy of Coca-Cola and KATV. After the game, kids again run the bases and receive a free gift courtesy of Gator Park. First pitch is at 7:10. You’ll be allowed in at 6:10 p.m.
SUNDAY, JUNE 4 JIM ELDER GOOD SPORT FUND KIDS CLINIC
FAMILY SUNDAY AFTERNOON GAME
The pre-game kids’ clinic on the field with the Travs players and coaches courtesy of the Jim Elder Good Sport Fund is to take place. The first 200 kids to the clinic receive a free Travs baseball. If you bring your church bulletin to the ballpark, the entire family of yours will b allowed to enter the event for a total of $6. AARP members gain free general admission by showing a valid membership card at the entrance. It’s Russellville Day and there are free tickets in Russellville at KMTC and the Russellville Courier Democrat. First pitch is to start at 2:00 p.m. and the Jim Elder Good Sport Fund kids’ clinic is to begin at 12:45 p.m. Gates will open 15 minutes before the clinic – that is at 12:30 p.m.
The 2006 baseball season’s fifth home stand is to take place from the 15th of June till the 18th of June. The list of games you may attend:
– Texas League All-Star caps on Friday, June 16.
– Travs beach towels on Saturday, June 17.
– The Texas League All-Star Game is played at Ray Winder Field on Tuesday, June 20.
To get additional information, listen to the Travs on 1380 KDXE and go to WWW.TRAVS.COM.