It’s hard to believe that when the Drive return home today – Thursday, August 15th – that we are down to the final two homestands of the 2019 season. We hope that you have enjoyed getting to watch and hopefully get to know the Red Sox of the future, and create some long-lasting memories with family and friends along the way!
The upcoming 4-game series with the Hickory Crawdads – affiliate of the Texas Rangers – has some great promotions that you won’t want to miss! First pitch for the series opener on Thursday, August 15th features the always popular Dollar Drink Night promotion. Fans of all ages can enjoy Pepsi fountain products at any of the concession stands for just $1! Fans at least 21-years-of-age can enjoy $1 cans of Keystone Light or $2 cans of the Beer of the Month – Terrapin Recreational Ale – in the 500 Club!
Not only does Friday, August 16th feature a fantastic post-game Hubbell Lighting “Light It Up” Fireworks display, but you’ll want to head over to the 500 Club for the Salt Life Lager “Launch Party”. This new beer has just been release in South Carolina, and it will be on tap and in cans in the 500 Club, while the Launch Party will feature games, merchandise giveaways and more!
Calling all witches and wizards, the game on Saturday, August 17th is Harry Potter Night at Fluor Field. There will be special entertainment, between-inning games, movie clips, and more! Who knows, maybe the Drive and Crawdads will play a game of Quidditch instead – be on the lookout for the Golden Snitch!
The homestand concludes on Sunday, August 18th with first pitch at 3:05 PM. The Summer Reading All-Stars, presented by Michelin, will be celebrated all game long, kicking off with a parade around the field at 2:30. Following the game, kids will get to run the bases courtesy of BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina.
The Drive looks forward to seeing you at Fluor Field during the upcoming homestand! For more information, visit GreenvilleDrive.com
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