2018 Greenville Drive Season Guide
Homestand Preview Powered by Acumen IT Highlights July 23-26 at Fluor Field
Following a short road trip that featured the third no-hitter in franchise history on Thursday night, the Drive return to Fluor Field on Monday, July 23rd for a four-game homestand against the Hickory Crawdads, an affiliate of the Texas Rangers. This week, the Drive will host a pair of nationally-renowned traveling acts, as well as a brand-new church, and you are invited to join us to share some of our legendary Southern hospitality as we welcome these folks to Fluor Field!
Greenville Drive vs. Hickory Crawdads: Monday, July 23rd through Thursday, July 26th
CRAWDADS PLAYERS TO WATCH: OF Bubba Thompson (1st round pick by Rangers in 2017 MLB Draft, Rangers #6 prospect), RHP A.J. Alexy (Rangers #16 prospect)
The series against Hickory begins on Monday, July 23rd at 7:05 PM as the Drive welcome Relentless Church to Fluor Field. Relentless Pastor John Gray has recently moved with his family to Greenville from Houston, Texas, where he worked very closely with Joel Osteen. Pastor Gray has an extremely large following and is excited about working and living in Greenville. He will be singing the National Anthem prior to the game, and his wife, children and co-pastors will be serving in pregame honorary positions. Come on out to welcome Pastor Gray and the members of Relentless to Fluor Field for a fun night of celebration.
On Tuesday, July 24th, the Drive will welcome Greenville Water for their 100th anniversary celebration at Fluor Field. First pitch is at 7:05 PM, and the evening will feature a special fireworks show following the game, featuring music from Phil Collins! Greenville Water has been committed to providing exceptional water service to the Upstate for 100 years, and the Drive will celebrate their commitment with celebratory programming throughout the night and the special fireworks display, so don’t miss out.
Drive fans will also get to enjoy Jake the Diamond Dog on Tuesday and Wednesday nights! This traveling bat dog has entertained baseball fans of all ages for years, and he will be making his Fluor Field debut this week. From picking up bats, to dropping off water for umpires, to wowing fans with his athletic skills in between innings, this pup can do it all!
First pitch for Wednesday, July 25th is at 7:05 PM, and the Drive invite you to enjoy great merchandise and food specials throughout the ballpark. The Drive Team Store is the place to stock up on merchandise, and through Sunday the 29th, you can save 20% off a ’47 Brand caps purchase of $50! Show your Drive fandom by checking out our wide selection of caps. In addition, the 500 Club’s new menu is a great way to enjoy tasty shareable options with your friends and family, from pork belly bites to pimento mac and cheese balls and more!
The homestand wraps up on Thursday, July 26th at 7:05 PM, and it’s Dollar Drink Night at Fluor Field! The drink specials begin at 6:00 PM when the gates open. $1 Keystone Light and $2 Terrapin Hopsecutioner are available in the 500 Club for fans over 21, and $1 Pepsi products can be purchased all Fluor Field concession stands as well. The Drive will also welcome back Breakin’ BBoy McCoy to Downtown Greenville on Thursday. This breakdancing bat boy is a Fluor Field veteran, and he will show off his incredible moves in between innings to wow adults and children alike!
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