AquaSox announce fireworks nights, other promotions for season

The Everett AquaSox will celebrate 30 years of minor league baseball in Everett this season and have announced their special events, including seven fireworks shows, three baseball cap giveaways and a Father’s Day celebration June 15.

The Frogs season begins at 7:05 p.m. June 13 vs. Oregon’s Hillsboro Hops at Everett Memorial Stadium, the club’s 20th season as the Seattle Mariners short-season single-A affiliate.

To celebrate the team’s anniversary, July 26 is Turn Back the Clock Night as the AquaSox wear special jerseys that will be auctioned off during the game. Other jersey auctions will include a Pink at the Park Night on June 27.

Other fan favorites returning this season are:

Bark in the Park, July 22, where fans are encouraged to bring their dogs to the ballpark.

Root Beer Float Day, July 6 where fans can purchase all-you-can-drink root beer floats for just $6 as part of a fundraiser for the AquaSox Community Fund.

Frogstock, Aug. 23, with a post-game fireworks show and auction of tie-dye jerseys after the game.

AquaSox Kids Club returns this season, as well as Kids Run the Bases on every Thursday through Sunday game (excluding firework nights).

Military Sundays offer discounted tickets for active and retired military.

The complete AquaSox Promotional Schedule, including dates for the Fleece Blanket giveaway, Kid’s Baseball Glove giveaway, Seahawks Themed Cap giveaway and more, is available at www.aquasox.com.

Season tickets, group outings and 12- and 16-game packages are available now. Single-game tickets will be available online starting May 13 and in person on May 16. Call 425-258-3673 or go to the AquaSox office at 3802 Broadway, Everett.

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