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Homestand highlighted by Father's Day Hawaiian Shirt giveaway

  MON., JUNE 11 | 6:40 P.M. | PITTSBURGH PIRATES  
 
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS TAKE THE FIELD: D-backs season ticket holders will "Take the Field" with D-backs players at every Monday home game prior to the National Anthem.
 
National Anthem: Katie Kerekes
Ceremonial First Pitch: Jerry Gray, HealthSouth
 
  TUES., JUNE 12 | 6:40 P.M. | PITTSBURGH PIRATES  
 
PLAY BALL FUND: As a part of the on-going D-backs Give Back charitable efforts, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will recognize Play Ball grant recipients during a special pregame ceremony on the field. Throughout the season, the Play Ball Fund, supported by Chase, will award teams, leagues and organizations $1,000 in grants for equipment, training resources and more. The D-backs will present up to 10 grants per month totaling $10,000. To apply for a Play Ball grant, visit dbacks.com/playball.
 
National Anthem: Kimberli Gunn
Ceremonial First Pitch: Jamie Simms, D-backs Season Ticket Holder
 
  WED., JUNE 13 | 12:40 P.M. | PITTSBURGH PIRATES   
 
CAMP DAY: The D-backs will host Camp Days with more than 7,000 participants from various camps and summer programs throughout Arizona. Buses will receive complimentary parking and kids can bring their own sack lunches.
 
DAN SPINDLE NATIONAL ANTHEM: ABC15 anchor Dan Spindle will sing the national anthem.
 
THREE-TIME PARALYMPIAN CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Three-time Paralympic champion and defending world champion for discus Jeremy Campbell will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Campbell was born with a rare birth deficiency, Fibular Hemimelia, and had his right leg amputated at one year old. He has become one of the most accomplished Paralympic throwers in U.S. history with five world championship medals, including three gold, and made history as the first Paralympian to throw a discus over 60-meters.
 
MATINEE GAME: Matinee pricing available and includes a discounted ticket as low as $19. For more info, visit dbacks.com/matinee.
 
Ceremonial First Pitch: Progressive Leasing
 
  THURS., JUNE 14 | 6:40 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  
 
THROWBACK THURSDAY, presented by Chase
: The D-backs celebrate their 20th Anniversary this season and will wear the uniforms of various Postseason teams while highlighting those years. This Thursday, the team will wear the 2002 Home White uniform and celebrate the 2002 N.L. West Division Championship team, including a ceremonial first pitch from Randy Johnson, Mike Fetters and Brett Prinz. The game-worn uniforms will be available for purchase at D-backs Authentics after the game. Every Thursday home game will be deemed part of the D-backs Throwback Thursdays (#DbacksTBT), presented by Chase, and fans can expect to see a retro feel incorporated in game elements at Chase Field, including signage, video and photos on dbTV. Fans are encouraged to wear the throwback jerseys and shirts on Throwback Thursdays and the Chase Field Team Shop will offer a wide variety of items featuring the retro colors for fans to purchase. Chase credit or debit card users will receive special offers each Thursday, including:
• 30-percent discount on ticket pricing on select areas in the ballpark
• $25 D-bucks card when they spend $75 in the Team Shop
• Cracker Jack or Peanuts at Taste of Chase or Oasis in the Sandlot for only $1
More details are available at dbacks.com/throwback.   
 
AMY POWERS NATIONAL ANTHEM: D-backs fan Amy Powers, who last sang the National Anthem at Chase Field in 2002, returns to sing on the night the team honors the N.L. West Champions from that season.
 
A-GAME ALL STARS: The D-backs will recognize 10 part-time employees for their hard work and dedication to the organization in a pregame ceremony that includes a photo with a D-backs executive and a D-backs player.
 
Ceremonial First Pitch: Pamela Weiner, MillerCoors
 
  FRI., JUNE 15 | 6:40 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  
 
ALS AWARENESS NIGHT: The D-backs, alongside Muscular Dystrophy Association, ALS Association Arizona Chapter, Barrow Neurological Institute and Dutch Bros will recognize special representatives in a pre-game recognition. Joining us will be friends, family, and doctors affected by ALS including the family of Dane Boersma, who inspired the Dutch Bros annual "Drink One For Dane" event. Dutch Bros raised $1.3 million for the Muscular Dystrophy Association during the month of May from all 300 plus locations. Brian Nickels (MDA) and Mark Adinolfi (ALS Association Arizona Chapter) will read an excerpt from Lou Gehrig's famous "Luckiest Man Alive" speech. Season Ticket Holder and ALS Association Arizona Chapter member, Mark Wilson will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
 
STATE FARM: The D-backs and State Farm have teamed up to celebrate State Farm's 96-year anniversary. As part of this event, State Farm will welcome all employees and their families to celebrate the milestone with the opportunity to participate in a handful of unique game experiences, headlined by a pregame employee parade.
 
ARIZONA LOTTERY MILLION DOLLAR CHECK PRESENTATION: Arizona Lottery will present a $1 million check to the winner of the Million Dollar Ticket promotion that was in the marketplace for the last six weeks.
 
USS PHOENIX REUNION: The D-backs will host 40 crew members and their family as part of a reunion weekend for those who served on the USS Phoenix while it was active. The USS Phoenix was on active duty for 17 years patrolling in the North Atlantic to counter the Cold War submarine fleet of the Soviet Union. The sub was decommissioned in 1998 and placed in waterborne storage in Bremerton, Washington for 18 years. In 2016, the Navy cut the boat up, and the City of Phoenix accepted 65 tons of the 702's parts to form the centerpiece of a Cold War Monument to be erected in Steele Indian School Park in downtown Phoenix.
 
PLAY BALL EVENT WITH VALLEY MAYORS: The D-backs will host Mayor John Giles from Mesa and Mayor Mark Mitchell from Tempe, along with youth from each community, at Chase Field. Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball and the United States Conference of Mayors have teamed up for "PLAY BALL SUMMER." PLAY BALL SUMMER is an effort by more than 200 Mayors from the United States and Puerto Rico to host "PLAY BALL"-themed, youth-focused events in their communities from June through August. The Mayors will play catch with kids on the field prior to the game.
 
National Anthem: Erica Cardenas
 
  SAT., JUNE 16 | 7:10 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  
 
D-BACKS RACE TOP FUNDRAISERS FIRST PITCH: The D-backs' top fundraisers from the sixth annual D-backs Race Against Cancer, held on March 31, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
 
FRY'S DIAMOND DAYS PROGRAM: Fry's Food Stores and the USO will treat more than 200 service members and their families from the 944th Fighter Wing, Airmen & Family Readiness to the game.
 
National Anthem: Suzuki Strings and Voice Studio
 
  SUN., JUNE 17 | 1:10 P.M. | NEW YORK METS   
 
GIVEAWAY: D-backs Father's Day Hawaiian Shirt, courtesy of Tyson Foods - 15,000 dads
 
DERRICK HALL PRO-STATE FOUNDATION: The D-backs will give away 20,000 Pro-State Mini Bat keychains as fans exit the stadium.
 
FATHER'S DAY CELEBRATION: D-backs players and on-field personnel will wear blue-themed items, including special caps and socks, and will use Father's Day themed baseballs and bases for the game. Game-used baseballs and bases will be available for purchase at D-backs Authentics beginning June 29 to benefit the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation. In addition, the D-backs will host dads and kids for a game of catch on the field before the game. They won the opportunity through various online, TV and radio contests leading up to Father's Day. Fans are encouraged to donate to D-backs President & CEO Derrick Hall's Pro-State Foundation at dbacks.com/donate.  
 
FATHER'S DAY SPECIALTY FOOD ITEMS: For one day only, fans can get the following food items in celebration of Father's Day - Apple Pie Chimichanga (Sizzle & Cheese at section 105), Sausage & Peppers Nachos (Red Hot Grill at section 118 and A-Zona Street Tacos), Bacon Beer Cheeseburger (Sizzle & Cheese and Burger Burger) and Lemon Shandy (available at each Father 's Day food location).
 
JACK DANIEL'S SINGLE BARREL: Fans can purchase a bottle of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel and get it engraved for free with the 20th anniversary logo or "A" logo and add a special Father's Day message in the Team Shop. In addition, D-backs alum Augie Ojeda will sign autographs and take photos with fans from 12-1 p.m. in the Team Shop.
 
KIDS & DADS RUN THE BASES FOR PCH: Kids ages 15 and younger and dads are invited to run the bases after the game and can line up on the ramp near section 110 immediately following the game. The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will donate $1 to Phoenix Children's Hospital for every kid and dad that crosses home plate.
 
SMILE GENERATION DADS TAKE THE FIELD: In honor of Father's Day, dads can enter for the chance to "Take the Field" with D-backs players for this Sunday's home game prior to the National Anthem.
 
DOG DAYS OF SUMMER: Fans can enjoy the game with their canine friend from the PetSmart Patio. Fans can use the PetSmart Dog Park and treat their dog to doggy concession favorites such as doggy ice cream. PetSmart will also have adoptable dogs on site for fans to find a forever home for the pups. For more information, visit dbacks.com/dogdays
 
COLD STONE KIDS SUNDAYS: Each Sunday home game, one winner is selected to deliver the lineup card to the umpires with a D-backs coach before the game and deliver Cold Stone Ice Cream to the D-backs' broadcast booths.
 
SANDERSON FORD CRONISTA INFANTIL: The D-backs and Sanderson Ford will host the next Cronista Infantil as a guest on the D-backs' Spanish radio broadcast alongside Oscar Soria and Rodrigo Lopez during the game. Kids ages 10-14 are encouraged to sign up and audition to become the next Sanderson Ford Cronista Infantil by visiting losdbacks.com/kids.
 
D-BACKS KIDS CLUB, presented by Danzeisen Dairy: The Kids Club is a free program for kids 15 & younger that rewards members with prizes for each game they attend, including a complimentary ticket to Sunday home games. Fans can register at Chase Field in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot, or online at dbacks.com/kidsclubdbacks.com/kidsclub.
 
D-BACKS EXPRESS: The D-backs offer a hassle-free way to see a D-backs game for fans in Tucson. A luxury bus will pick up fans at the Foothills Mall in Tucson and drop off fans in front of Chase Field. Round-trip fares are $25 per person and leaves three hours before game time. For more information, visit dbacks.com/express.
 
National Anthem: Christopher Rodriguez
Ceremonial First Pitch: Tyson Foods
 
  COMMUNITY EVENTS  
 
BIKE SAFETY EVENT -- June 15: The D-backs and Safelite AutoGlass, will give away free bikes and helmets to the members of the Boys & Girls Club Colangelo Branch from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. as part of the D-backs Safelite Summer of Safety Program. Phoenix Fire and Police will also be on site to instruct kids in safety drills.
 
SCIENCE OF BASEBALL TEACHER TRAINING, presented by Chase & Insight -- June 16: More than 60 teachers from across the Valley will take part in a Science of Baseball teacher training course taught by University of Arizona professor Ricardo Valerdi from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Salt River Fields. Each teacher will receive a curriculum booklet as well as a supply kit to teach the Science of Baseball in their school.
 
ALL-STAR VOTING: All-Star voting (#VoteDbacks) begins June 1 through July 5 and fans are encouraged to vote for their favorite D-backs players at dbacks.com/vote. Fans who participate in the voting will be entered into a sweepstakes for a chance to win four tickets to the July 21 game and an autographed Jake Lamb bat.
 
20th ANNIVERSARY EXPERIENCE: Fans are encouraged to check out the 20th Anniversary Experience at every D-backs home game at Chase Field. The Experience is a 2,000 square-foot exhibit at Chase Field, located on the main concourse in right field behind the Coors Light Strike Zone. It features historic artifacts, memorabilia and photography celebrating the team's history and a wall featuring baseballs signed by nearly all D-backs players and coaches. The Experience also includes a showcase of the team's 2001 World Series championship and each Silver Slugger, Gold Glove and Cy Young Award won by a D-backs player. For more information, visit dbacks.com/experience.
 
D-BACKS AUTHENTICS: The D-backs sell game-used and authenticated merchandise ranging from game-used bases, jerseys, bats, balls and lineup cards to autographed merchandise. A portion of the proceeds from D-backs Authentics sales benefit the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation. D-backs Authentics will be located at section 134 on the main concourse or on Twitter @DbacksAuthentic.  
 
D-BACKS BASEBALL ACADEMY YOUTH CLINICS: D-backs Baseball Academy coaches will host two free clinics for kids at Futures Field located in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot at each D-backs home game starting one hour before first pitch and at the end of the fourth inning.
 
SOL LA TERRAZA: Fans can enjoy a Latin vibe in the Upper Right Field Concourse at every Friday, Saturday and Sunday home game, which includes specialized décor, Latin music and authentic regional food and La Carreta de Lily. For more information, visit dbacks.com/laterraza.
 
D-BACKS GIVE BACK 50/50 RAFFLE, supported by Arizona Lottery: Tickets for the 50/50 raffle are available every D-backs home game and can be purchased from roving sellers in the stands, at raffle kiosk locations along the concourse or fans watching the game from home can participate by visiting dbacks.com/5050raffle. One lucky fan will win half the jackpot each game with the other half will benefit the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation's youth sports initiatives.
 
TICKET SPECIALS
 
D-BACKS SUITES DEAL: Fans can book a suite for as low as $1,998 (a savings of $600) until June 20 good for games June 29-July 8. The packages include 18 game tickets, three parking passes and a complimentary food and beverage package. Any suite booked for July 4th will also receive field passes for the postgame fireworks show.
 
D-BACKS VALUE PACK: Ticket packages start at $25 and include a game ticket, one hot dog and a regular Pepsi. For more information, visit dbacks.com/value.
 
MILITARY AND FIRST RESPONDERS DISCOUNTS, presented by GEICO: The D-backs and GEICO will offer up to 50 percent off single-game ticket prices for all military active duty, reserve, retired and veterans, as well as active or retired fire and police personnel with valid ID. All-You-Can-Eat tickets are excluded from this offer and can only be redeemed for up to four tickets. For more information, visit dbacks.com/military.
 
MOBILE TICKETING: Fans can access and manage their game day tickets directly from a smartphone by downloading the MLB Ballpark App. Ballpark is the D-backs' Ticket Hub where fans have access to tickets, the Chase Field Concessions guide, exclusive check-in offers, and more. Visit dbacks.com/ballparkapp

  MON., JUNE 11 | 6:40 P.M. | PITTSBURGH PIRATES  
 
SEASON TICKET HOLDERS TAKE THE FIELD: D-backs season ticket holders will "Take the Field" with D-backs players at every Monday home game prior to the National Anthem.
 
National Anthem: Katie Kerekes
Ceremonial First Pitch: Jerry Gray, HealthSouth
 
  TUES., JUNE 12 | 6:40 P.M. | PITTSBURGH PIRATES  
 
PLAY BALL FUND: As a part of the on-going D-backs Give Back charitable efforts, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will recognize Play Ball grant recipients during a special pregame ceremony on the field. Throughout the season, the Play Ball Fund, supported by Chase, will award teams, leagues and organizations $1,000 in grants for equipment, training resources and more. The D-backs will present up to 10 grants per month totaling $10,000. To apply for a Play Ball grant, visit dbacks.com/playball.
 
National Anthem: Kimberli Gunn
Ceremonial First Pitch: Jamie Simms, D-backs Season Ticket Holder
 
  WED., JUNE 13 | 12:40 P.M. | PITTSBURGH PIRATES   
 
CAMP DAY: The D-backs will host Camp Days with more than 7,000 participants from various camps and summer programs throughout Arizona. Buses will receive complimentary parking and kids can bring their own sack lunches.
 
DAN SPINDLE NATIONAL ANTHEM: ABC15 anchor Dan Spindle will sing the national anthem.
 
THREE-TIME PARALYMPIAN CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Three-time Paralympic champion and defending world champion for discus Jeremy Campbell will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Campbell was born with a rare birth deficiency, Fibular Hemimelia, and had his right leg amputated at one year old. He has become one of the most accomplished Paralympic throwers in U.S. history with five world championship medals, including three gold, and made history as the first Paralympian to throw a discus over 60-meters.
 
MATINEE GAME: Matinee pricing available and includes a discounted ticket as low as $19. For more info, visit dbacks.com/matinee.
 
Ceremonial First Pitch: Progressive Leasing
 
  THURS., JUNE 14 | 6:40 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  
 
THROWBACK THURSDAY, presented by Chase
: The D-backs celebrate their 20th Anniversary this season and will wear the uniforms of various Postseason teams while highlighting those years. This Thursday, the team will wear the 2002 Home White uniform and celebrate the 2002 N.L. West Division Championship team, including a ceremonial first pitch from Randy Johnson, Mike Fetters and Brett Prinz. The game-worn uniforms will be available for purchase at D-backs Authentics after the game. Every Thursday home game will be deemed part of the D-backs Throwback Thursdays (#DbacksTBT), presented by Chase, and fans can expect to see a retro feel incorporated in game elements at Chase Field, including signage, video and photos on dbTV. Fans are encouraged to wear the throwback jerseys and shirts on Throwback Thursdays and the Chase Field Team Shop will offer a wide variety of items featuring the retro colors for fans to purchase. Chase credit or debit card users will receive special offers each Thursday, including:
• 30-percent discount on ticket pricing on select areas in the ballpark
• $25 D-bucks card when they spend $75 in the Team Shop
• Cracker Jack or Peanuts at Taste of Chase or Oasis in the Sandlot for only $1
More details are available at dbacks.com/throwback.   
 
AMY POWERS NATIONAL ANTHEM: D-backs fan Amy Powers, who last sang the National Anthem at Chase Field in 2002, returns to sing on the night the team honors the N.L. West Champions from that season.
 
A-GAME ALL STARS: The D-backs will recognize 10 part-time employees for their hard work and dedication to the organization in a pregame ceremony that includes a photo with a D-backs executive and a D-backs player.
 
Ceremonial First Pitch: Pamela Weiner, MillerCoors
 
  FRI., JUNE 15 | 6:40 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  
 
ALS AWARENESS NIGHT: The D-backs, alongside Muscular Dystrophy Association, ALS Association Arizona Chapter, Barrow Neurological Institute and Dutch Bros will recognize special representatives in a pre-game recognition. Joining us will be friends, family, and doctors affected by ALS including the family of Dane Boersma, who inspired the Dutch Bros annual "Drink One For Dane" event. Dutch Bros raised $1.3 million for the Muscular Dystrophy Association during the month of May from all 300 plus locations. Brian Nickels (MDA) and Mark Adinolfi (ALS Association Arizona Chapter) will read an excerpt from Lou Gehrig's famous "Luckiest Man Alive" speech. Season Ticket Holder and ALS Association Arizona Chapter member, Mark Wilson will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
 
STATE FARM: The D-backs and State Farm have teamed up to celebrate State Farm's 96-year anniversary. As part of this event, State Farm will welcome all employees and their families to celebrate the milestone with the opportunity to participate in a handful of unique game experiences, headlined by a pregame employee parade.
 
ARIZONA LOTTERY MILLION DOLLAR CHECK PRESENTATION: Arizona Lottery will present a $1 million check to the winner of the Million Dollar Ticket promotion that was in the marketplace for the last six weeks.
 
USS PHOENIX REUNION: The D-backs will host 40 crew members and their family as part of a reunion weekend for those who served on the USS Phoenix while it was active. The USS Phoenix was on active duty for 17 years patrolling in the North Atlantic to counter the Cold War submarine fleet of the Soviet Union. The sub was decommissioned in 1998 and placed in waterborne storage in Bremerton, Washington for 18 years. In 2016, the Navy cut the boat up, and the City of Phoenix accepted 65 tons of the 702's parts to form the centerpiece of a Cold War Monument to be erected in Steele Indian School Park in downtown Phoenix.
 
PLAY BALL EVENT WITH VALLEY MAYORS: The D-backs will host Mayor John Giles from Mesa and Mayor Mark Mitchell from Tempe, along with youth from each community, at Chase Field. Major League Baseball, Minor League Baseball and the United States Conference of Mayors have teamed up for "PLAY BALL SUMMER." PLAY BALL SUMMER is an effort by more than 200 Mayors from the United States and Puerto Rico to host "PLAY BALL"-themed, youth-focused events in their communities from June through August. The Mayors will play catch with kids on the field prior to the game.
 
National Anthem: Erica Cardenas
 
  SAT., JUNE 16 | 7:10 P.M. | NEW YORK METS  
 
D-BACKS RACE TOP FUNDRAISERS FIRST PITCH: The D-backs' top fundraisers from the sixth annual D-backs Race Against Cancer, held on March 31, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.
 
FRY'S DIAMOND DAYS PROGRAM: Fry's Food Stores and the USO will treat more than 200 service members and their families from the 944th Fighter Wing, Airmen & Family Readiness to the game.
 
National Anthem: Suzuki Strings and Voice Studio
 
  SUN., JUNE 17 | 1:10 P.M. | NEW YORK METS   
 
GIVEAWAY: D-backs Father's Day Hawaiian Shirt, courtesy of Tyson Foods - 15,000 dads
 
DERRICK HALL PRO-STATE FOUNDATION: The D-backs will give away 20,000 Pro-State Mini Bat keychains as fans exit the stadium.
 
FATHER'S DAY CELEBRATION: D-backs players and on-field personnel will wear blue-themed items, including special caps and socks, and will use Father's Day themed baseballs and bases for the game. Game-used baseballs and bases will be available for purchase at D-backs Authentics beginning June 29 to benefit the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation. In addition, the D-backs will host dads and kids for a game of catch on the field before the game. They won the opportunity through various online, TV and radio contests leading up to Father's Day. Fans are encouraged to donate to D-backs President & CEO Derrick Hall's Pro-State Foundation at dbacks.com/donate.  
 
FATHER'S DAY SPECIALTY FOOD ITEMS: For one day only, fans can get the following food items in celebration of Father's Day - Apple Pie Chimichanga (Sizzle & Cheese at section 105), Sausage & Peppers Nachos (Red Hot Grill at section 118 and A-Zona Street Tacos), Bacon Beer Cheeseburger (Sizzle & Cheese and Burger Burger) and Lemon Shandy (available at each Father 's Day food location).
 
JACK DANIEL'S SINGLE BARREL: Fans can purchase a bottle of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel and get it engraved for free with the 20th anniversary logo or "A" logo and add a special Father's Day message in the Team Shop. In addition, D-backs alum Augie Ojeda will sign autographs and take photos with fans from 12-1 p.m. in the Team Shop.
 
KIDS & DADS RUN THE BASES FOR PCH: Kids ages 15 and younger and dads are invited to run the bases after the game and can line up on the ramp near section 110 immediately following the game. The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will donate $1 to Phoenix Children's Hospital for every kid and dad that crosses home plate.
 
SMILE GENERATION DADS TAKE THE FIELD: In honor of Father's Day, dads can enter for the chance to "Take the Field" with D-backs players for this Sunday's home game prior to the National Anthem.
 
DOG DAYS OF SUMMER: Fans can enjoy the game with their canine friend from the PetSmart Patio. Fans can use the PetSmart Dog Park and treat their dog to doggy concession favorites such as doggy ice cream. PetSmart will also have adoptable dogs on site for fans to find a forever home for the pups. For more information, visit dbacks.com/dogdays
 
COLD STONE KIDS SUNDAYS: Each Sunday home game, one winner is selected to deliver the lineup card to the umpires with a D-backs coach before the game and deliver Cold Stone Ice Cream to the D-backs' broadcast booths.
 
SANDERSON FORD CRONISTA INFANTIL: The D-backs and Sanderson Ford will host the next Cronista Infantil as a guest on the D-backs' Spanish radio broadcast alongside Oscar Soria and Rodrigo Lopez during the game. Kids ages 10-14 are encouraged to sign up and audition to become the next Sanderson Ford Cronista Infantil by visiting losdbacks.com/kids.
 
D-BACKS KIDS CLUB, presented by Danzeisen Dairy: The Kids Club is a free program for kids 15 & younger that rewards members with prizes for each game they attend, including a complimentary ticket to Sunday home games. Fans can register at Chase Field in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot, or online at dbacks.com/kidsclubdbacks.com/kidsclub.
 
D-BACKS EXPRESS: The D-backs offer a hassle-free way to see a D-backs game for fans in Tucson. A luxury bus will pick up fans at the Foothills Mall in Tucson and drop off fans in front of Chase Field. Round-trip fares are $25 per person and leaves three hours before game time. For more information, visit dbacks.com/express.
 
National Anthem: Christopher Rodriguez
Ceremonial First Pitch: Tyson Foods
 
  COMMUNITY EVENTS  
 
BIKE SAFETY EVENT -- June 15: The D-backs and Safelite AutoGlass, will give away free bikes and helmets to the members of the Boys & Girls Club Colangelo Branch from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. as part of the D-backs Safelite Summer of Safety Program. Phoenix Fire and Police will also be on site to instruct kids in safety drills.
 
SCIENCE OF BASEBALL TEACHER TRAINING, presented by Chase & Insight -- June 16: More than 60 teachers from across the Valley will take part in a Science of Baseball teacher training course taught by University of Arizona professor Ricardo Valerdi from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Salt River Fields. Each teacher will receive a curriculum booklet as well as a supply kit to teach the Science of Baseball in their school.
 
ALL-STAR VOTING: All-Star voting (#VoteDbacks) begins June 1 through July 5 and fans are encouraged to vote for their favorite D-backs players at dbacks.com/vote. Fans who participate in the voting will be entered into a sweepstakes for a chance to win four tickets to the July 21 game and an autographed Jake Lamb bat.
 
20th ANNIVERSARY EXPERIENCE: Fans are encouraged to check out the 20th Anniversary Experience at every D-backs home game at Chase Field. The Experience is a 2,000 square-foot exhibit at Chase Field, located on the main concourse in right field behind the Coors Light Strike Zone. It features historic artifacts, memorabilia and photography celebrating the team's history and a wall featuring baseballs signed by nearly all D-backs players and coaches. The Experience also includes a showcase of the team's 2001 World Series championship and each Silver Slugger, Gold Glove and Cy Young Award won by a D-backs player. For more information, visit dbacks.com/experience.
 
D-BACKS AUTHENTICS: The D-backs sell game-used and authenticated merchandise ranging from game-used bases, jerseys, bats, balls and lineup cards to autographed merchandise. A portion of the proceeds from D-backs Authentics sales benefit the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation. D-backs Authentics will be located at section 134 on the main concourse or on Twitter @DbacksAuthentic.  
 
D-BACKS BASEBALL ACADEMY YOUTH CLINICS: D-backs Baseball Academy coaches will host two free clinics for kids at Futures Field located in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot at each D-backs home game starting one hour before first pitch and at the end of the fourth inning.
 
SOL LA TERRAZA: Fans can enjoy a Latin vibe in the Upper Right Field Concourse at every Friday, Saturday and Sunday home game, which includes specialized décor, Latin music and authentic regional food and La Carreta de Lily. For more information, visit dbacks.com/laterraza.
 
D-BACKS GIVE BACK 50/50 RAFFLE, supported by Arizona Lottery: Tickets for the 50/50 raffle are available every D-backs home game and can be purchased from roving sellers in the stands, at raffle kiosk locations along the concourse or fans watching the game from home can participate by visiting dbacks.com/5050raffle. One lucky fan will win half the jackpot each game with the other half will benefit the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation's youth sports initiatives.
 
TICKET SPECIALS
 
D-BACKS SUITES DEAL: Fans can book a suite for as low as $1,998 (a savings of $600) until June 20 good for games June 29-July 8. The packages include 18 game tickets, three parking passes and a complimentary food and beverage package. Any suite booked for July 4th will also receive field passes for the postgame fireworks show.
 
D-BACKS VALUE PACK: Ticket packages start at $25 and include a game ticket, one hot dog and a regular Pepsi. For more information, visit dbacks.com/value.
 
MILITARY AND FIRST RESPONDERS DISCOUNTS, presented by GEICO: The D-backs and GEICO will offer up to 50 percent off single-game ticket prices for all military active duty, reserve, retired and veterans, as well as active or retired fire and police personnel with valid ID. All-You-Can-Eat tickets are excluded from this offer and can only be redeemed for up to four tickets. For more information, visit dbacks.com/military.
 
MOBILE TICKETING: Fans can access and manage their game day tickets directly from a smartphone by downloading the MLB Ballpark App. Ballpark is the D-backs' Ticket Hub where fans have access to tickets, the Chase Field Concessions guide, exclusive check-in offers, and more. Visit dbacks.com/ballparkapp

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