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Homestand Lineup | April 17-22, 2018

TUES., APRIL 17 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS   
 
JACKIE ROBINSON DAY: This year marks the 71st anniversary of Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson's Major League Baseball debut (April 15). Once again in 2018, all players, managers, coaches, umpires and on-field personnel will recognize Jackie Robinson's legacy on baseball and American society. The D-backs will recognize 13 recipients of the 2018 Youth of the Year Award from various Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix. The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will contribute $4,200 to Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix to support scholarships for the D-backs Boys and Girls Club. A special pre-game recognition will be made of the Arizona State University Black Alumni Chapter teaming up with the JW Robinson Society. In addition, game-worn jerseys from Jackie Robinson Day on April 15 will be available for purchase at D-backs Authentics at section 134 with net proceeds benefitting the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation.
 
National Anthem: Highland High & Junior High School 
 
WED., APRIL 18 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS   
 
PHOENIX UNION STUDENT GOVERNMENT: The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will provide 19 schools in the Phoenix Union School District with a $1,000 grant for their Student Government Campus Improvement Projects. The Student Government projects will look to improve Campus Culture, Student Engagement, Inclusiveness and an Overall Sense of Student Safety & Well-Being on campus. The D-backs will recognize more than 800 students during a special pregame ceremony.
 
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
 
Ceremonial First Pitch
: Mike Frye, D-backs Season Ticket Holder  
 

THURS., APRIL 19 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS   
 
THROWBACK THURSDAY, presented by Chase: The D-backs celebrate their 20th Anniversary this season and will wear the uniforms of their inaugural team and six Postseason teams while highlighting those years. This Thursday, the team will wear the 1998 home uniform and celebrate the first season, including a ceremonial first pitch from members of the inaugural team. 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.   
 
GRAY MATTERS FOUNDATION: The D-backs will recognize members from the Gray Matters Foundation in a special pregame ceremony. Gray Matters works to support and empower brain tumor patients.
National Anthem: Queen Creek School District 
 
FRI., APRIL 20 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES     
 
CHOIR NIGHT: More than 500 kids will sing the National Anthem from the warning track. 
 
AUTISM AWARENESS DAY
: The D-backs will host Autism Awareness Day as part of National Autism Awareness Month in April. Families affected by autism are invited to take part in a pregame recognition on the field. The first 300 tickets purchased at dbacks.com/autism will receive a D-backs puzzle piece drawstring bag and a portion from each ticket purchased at the link will benefit autism programs. Caleb Giannoccaro, who is affected by autism, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. 
 
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY: American Leadership Academy schools will host a special pregame event for their students and families. The American Leadership Academy dance team will perform on the field and the jazz band will perform outside Gate K prior to the game. In addition, the American Leadership Academy baseball team will be recognized on the field.
 
CULINARY CRAWL: The D-backs will host a special event starting at 5:30 p.m. along the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Suite Level, in which suite partners and select suite buyers will be able to taste the new food items available at Chase Field in 2018 and will hear from special guests, including Chef Stephen Tilder. 
 
MOST VALUABLE TEACHERS, supported by Papa John's: The D-backs and Papa John's will recognize this month's Most Valuable Teachers during a special pregame recognition. Parents and students are encouraged to nominate their favorite teacher to receive a $1,000 grant for school supplies, a Papa John's Pizza Party for their class and be honored at a D-backs game in 2018. For more information, visit dbacks.com/mvt.  
 
SCHOOL CHALLENGE GRANT WINNERS: The D-backs will recognize winners from the $100,000 School Challenge, presented by University of Phoenix, in which 25 schools received up to $5,000 each from the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and University of Phoenix in 2017. Winners were selected through an online grant process to help make improvements to schools across the state. 
 
FRY'S DIAMOND DAYS PROGRAM: Fry's Food Stores and the USO will treat more than 200 Arizona National Guard soldiers to the game. 
 
SAT., APRIL 21 | 5:10 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES    
 
GIVEAWAY: Archie Bradley Audio Bobblehead, courtesy of Gila River Hotels & Casinos - 20,000
 
D-BACKS FIESTA, presented by Fry's Food Stores: Starting at 3:00 p.m. the D-backs will have a Street Festival set up at 4th Street and Jackson with food trucks, D-backs inflatables, live music, activities and more. For more information, visit dbacks.com/fiesta
 
BURGERS & BEERS COOK-OFF CHALLENGE, presented by Budweiser: Fans can enjoy burgers and beers beginning at 2 p.m. at Game Seven Grill along the Gila River Hotels & Casinos Plaza. Tickets for the event are $50 and includes three complimentary Budweiser beers and six burger samples as well as a Baseline Reserve ticket to the game and guaranteed giveaway item. The event will feature a cook-off challenge with the top burger chefs from around the Valley and the best burger will be named by a panel of celebrity judges. For more information, visit dbacks.com/burgers
 
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: BASIS Schools Band
 
SUN., APRIL 22 | 1:10 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES    
 
GIVEAWAY: D-backs Bat & Ball Set, courtesy of MLB Play Ball & Chevrolet - 5,000 kids
 
EARTH DAY: In celebration of national Earth Day, the D-backs will have a pregame harvest of the D-backs Greens urban garden, presented by UnitedHealthcare. The vegetables and herbs harvested from the D-backs Greens garden will be donated to Kitchen on the Street. The D-backs Greens garden was designed and installed by Flower Street Urban Gardens, in which Flower Street will also provide a free garden to one school and one business. In addition, ASU School of Sustainability Dean Chris Boone will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. 
 
BREAKING BARRIERS ESSAY CONTEST: Major League Baseball and Scholastic are celebrating the 22nd year of Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life, the educational program designed to teach young students about obstacles faced by Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson as he broke baseball's color barrier in 1947. The program has reached more than 34 million youths and 4.6 million educators in the continental United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. For a second year in a row, Arizona has had a winner of the Breaking Barriers Essay Contest, which provides an opportunity for diverse students of all backgrounds in grades 4 through 9 to submit an essay about barriers or obstacles they have faced or are still facing in their lives, and how they used the values exemplified by Jackie Robinson to deal with those obstacles. The D-backs will recognize national contest winner, 4th grader Esme Curran (from Oro Valley), during a special pregame ceremony alongside Sharon Robinson. Esme will be accompanied by 330 classmates from Innovation Academy as a part of a school visit to Chase Field. 
 
DONATE LIFE: Representatives from Donate Life will be located at tables along the concourse to create awareness and encourage people to register for organ and tissue donation. More than 700 people will be at the game wearing the Donate Life T-shirt to help encourage others to sign up. 
 
GREAT HEARTS ACADEMY: The D-backs will recognize members of Great Hearts schools from around the Valley as part of Great Hearts Family Day at the ballpark.  
 
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.  
 
FOX SPORTS ARIZONA/SANDERSON FORD KIDKASTER: One lucky kid will have the opportunity to work in FOX Sports Arizona's booth for a half-inning, interview a D-backs player before the game and appear on the D-backs Live pregame show. The young fan also gets to work as the PA announcer during the second inning when the D-backs are up to bat and tours of the FOX Sports Arizona production truck. The D-backs will host Kidkaster auditions in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. For more information, visit online at kidkaster.com.
 
National Anthem: Solel Preschool
 
COMMUNITY EVENTS     
 
SCIENCE OF BASEBALL TEACHER TRAINING, presented by Chase & Insight -- April 21: 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. in the Game Seven Grill Champions Room at Chase Field. Each teacher will receive a curriculum booklet as well as a supply kit to teach the Science of Baseball in their school. 
 
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL -- April 21: Chase Field will play host to a High School baseball game as part of the High School Baseball Series fundraising opportunity. The baseball game will feature a matchup between Boulder Creek High School (New River) and Coconino High School (Flagstaff) starting at 9 a.m.
 
CHEVROLET ARIZONA ALL-STARS -- April 21 & 22: The D-backs will recognize youth sports leagues in a pregame parade around the field. The event also serves as a fundraiser for youth sports teams. Last year, the program raised more than $55,000 that went back to Little Leagues across the state of Arizona. 
 
PACK THE HOUSE -- April 22: More than 75 volunteers from UnitedHealthcare will pack Bags of Hope at 11 a.m. at the Gila River Hotels & Casinos Plaza. The Bags of Hope will be delivered to underserved children in the Phoenix Community. With this event, the UnitedHealthcare team hopes to hit its goal of "Packing the House" by providing more than 49,000 meals to underserved children in Phoenix, one for each seat at Chase Field.
 
D-BACKS ALL-TIME TEAM VOTE: Fans are encouraged to cast their vote for the D-backs All-Time Team at dbacks.com/20. Fans who cast their vote will automatically be entered in the All-Time Team Sweepstakes to win an autographed 20th Anniversary jersey signed by several D-backs Alumni players and four lower-level tickets to enjoy the game. Voting ends by 4:59 p.m. MST on May 15.
 
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.
 

TUES., APRIL 17 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS   
 
JACKIE ROBINSON DAY: This year marks the 71st anniversary of Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson's Major League Baseball debut (April 15). Once again in 2018, all players, managers, coaches, umpires and on-field personnel will recognize Jackie Robinson's legacy on baseball and American society. The D-backs will recognize 13 recipients of the 2018 Youth of the Year Award from various Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix. The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will contribute $4,200 to Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix to support scholarships for the D-backs Boys and Girls Club. A special pre-game recognition will be made of the Arizona State University Black Alumni Chapter teaming up with the JW Robinson Society. In addition, game-worn jerseys from Jackie Robinson Day on April 15 will be available for purchase at D-backs Authentics at section 134 with net proceeds benefitting the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation.
 
National Anthem: Highland High & Junior High School 
 
WED., APRIL 18 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS   
 
PHOENIX UNION STUDENT GOVERNMENT: The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will provide 19 schools in the Phoenix Union School District with a $1,000 grant for their Student Government Campus Improvement Projects. The Student Government projects will look to improve Campus Culture, Student Engagement, Inclusiveness and an Overall Sense of Student Safety & Well-Being on campus. The D-backs will recognize more than 800 students during a special pregame ceremony.
 
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
 
Ceremonial First Pitch
: Mike Frye, D-backs Season Ticket Holder  
 

THURS., APRIL 19 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS   
 
THROWBACK THURSDAY, presented by Chase: The D-backs celebrate their 20th Anniversary this season and will wear the uniforms of their inaugural team and six Postseason teams while highlighting those years. This Thursday, the team will wear the 1998 home uniform and celebrate the first season, including a ceremonial first pitch from members of the inaugural team. 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.   
 
GRAY MATTERS FOUNDATION: The D-backs will recognize members from the Gray Matters Foundation in a special pregame ceremony. Gray Matters works to support and empower brain tumor patients.
National Anthem: Queen Creek School District 
 
FRI., APRIL 20 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES     
 
CHOIR NIGHT: More than 500 kids will sing the National Anthem from the warning track. 
 
AUTISM AWARENESS DAY
: The D-backs will host Autism Awareness Day as part of National Autism Awareness Month in April. Families affected by autism are invited to take part in a pregame recognition on the field. The first 300 tickets purchased at dbacks.com/autism will receive a D-backs puzzle piece drawstring bag and a portion from each ticket purchased at the link will benefit autism programs. Caleb Giannoccaro, who is affected by autism, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. 
 
AMERICAN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY: American Leadership Academy schools will host a special pregame event for their students and families. The American Leadership Academy dance team will perform on the field and the jazz band will perform outside Gate K prior to the game. In addition, the American Leadership Academy baseball team will be recognized on the field.
 
CULINARY CRAWL: The D-backs will host a special event starting at 5:30 p.m. along the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Suite Level, in which suite partners and select suite buyers will be able to taste the new food items available at Chase Field in 2018 and will hear from special guests, including Chef Stephen Tilder. 
 
MOST VALUABLE TEACHERS, supported by Papa John's: The D-backs and Papa John's will recognize this month's Most Valuable Teachers during a special pregame recognition. Parents and students are encouraged to nominate their favorite teacher to receive a $1,000 grant for school supplies, a Papa John's Pizza Party for their class and be honored at a D-backs game in 2018. For more information, visit dbacks.com/mvt.  
 
SCHOOL CHALLENGE GRANT WINNERS: The D-backs will recognize winners from the $100,000 School Challenge, presented by University of Phoenix, in which 25 schools received up to $5,000 each from the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and University of Phoenix in 2017. Winners were selected through an online grant process to help make improvements to schools across the state. 
 
FRY'S DIAMOND DAYS PROGRAM: Fry's Food Stores and the USO will treat more than 200 Arizona National Guard soldiers to the game. 
 
SAT., APRIL 21 | 5:10 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES    
 
GIVEAWAY: Archie Bradley Audio Bobblehead, courtesy of Gila River Hotels & Casinos - 20,000
 
D-BACKS FIESTA, presented by Fry's Food Stores: Starting at 3:00 p.m. the D-backs will have a Street Festival set up at 4th Street and Jackson with food trucks, D-backs inflatables, live music, activities and more. For more information, visit dbacks.com/fiesta
 
BURGERS & BEERS COOK-OFF CHALLENGE, presented by Budweiser: Fans can enjoy burgers and beers beginning at 2 p.m. at Game Seven Grill along the Gila River Hotels & Casinos Plaza. Tickets for the event are $50 and includes three complimentary Budweiser beers and six burger samples as well as a Baseline Reserve ticket to the game and guaranteed giveaway item. The event will feature a cook-off challenge with the top burger chefs from around the Valley and the best burger will be named by a panel of celebrity judges. For more information, visit dbacks.com/burgers
 
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: BASIS Schools Band
 
SUN., APRIL 22 | 1:10 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES    
 
GIVEAWAY: D-backs Bat & Ball Set, courtesy of MLB Play Ball & Chevrolet - 5,000 kids
 
EARTH DAY: In celebration of national Earth Day, the D-backs will have a pregame harvest of the D-backs Greens urban garden, presented by UnitedHealthcare. The vegetables and herbs harvested from the D-backs Greens garden will be donated to Kitchen on the Street. The D-backs Greens garden was designed and installed by Flower Street Urban Gardens, in which Flower Street will also provide a free garden to one school and one business. In addition, ASU School of Sustainability Dean Chris Boone will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. 
 
BREAKING BARRIERS ESSAY CONTEST: Major League Baseball and Scholastic are celebrating the 22nd year of Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life, the educational program designed to teach young students about obstacles faced by Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson as he broke baseball's color barrier in 1947. The program has reached more than 34 million youths and 4.6 million educators in the continental United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. For a second year in a row, Arizona has had a winner of the Breaking Barriers Essay Contest, which provides an opportunity for diverse students of all backgrounds in grades 4 through 9 to submit an essay about barriers or obstacles they have faced or are still facing in their lives, and how they used the values exemplified by Jackie Robinson to deal with those obstacles. The D-backs will recognize national contest winner, 4th grader Esme Curran (from Oro Valley), during a special pregame ceremony alongside Sharon Robinson. Esme will be accompanied by 330 classmates from Innovation Academy as a part of a school visit to Chase Field. 
 
DONATE LIFE: Representatives from Donate Life will be located at tables along the concourse to create awareness and encourage people to register for organ and tissue donation. More than 700 people will be at the game wearing the Donate Life T-shirt to help encourage others to sign up. 
 
GREAT HEARTS ACADEMY: The D-backs will recognize members of Great Hearts schools from around the Valley as part of Great Hearts Family Day at the ballpark.  
 
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.  
 
FOX SPORTS ARIZONA/SANDERSON FORD KIDKASTER: One lucky kid will have the opportunity to work in FOX Sports Arizona's booth for a half-inning, interview a D-backs player before the game and appear on the D-backs Live pregame show. The young fan also gets to work as the PA announcer during the second inning when the D-backs are up to bat and tours of the FOX Sports Arizona production truck. The D-backs will host Kidkaster auditions in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. For more information, visit online at kidkaster.com.
 
National Anthem: Solel Preschool
 
COMMUNITY EVENTS     
 
SCIENCE OF BASEBALL TEACHER TRAINING, presented by Chase & Insight -- April 21: 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. in the Game Seven Grill Champions Room at Chase Field. Each teacher will receive a curriculum booklet as well as a supply kit to teach the Science of Baseball in their school. 
 
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL -- April 21: Chase Field will play host to a High School baseball game as part of the High School Baseball Series fundraising opportunity. The baseball game will feature a matchup between Boulder Creek High School (New River) and Coconino High School (Flagstaff) starting at 9 a.m.
 
CHEVROLET ARIZONA ALL-STARS -- April 21 & 22: The D-backs will recognize youth sports leagues in a pregame parade around the field. The event also serves as a fundraiser for youth sports teams. Last year, the program raised more than $55,000 that went back to Little Leagues across the state of Arizona. 
 
PACK THE HOUSE -- April 22: More than 75 volunteers from UnitedHealthcare will pack Bags of Hope at 11 a.m. at the Gila River Hotels & Casinos Plaza. The Bags of Hope will be delivered to underserved children in the Phoenix Community. With this event, the UnitedHealthcare team hopes to hit its goal of "Packing the House" by providing more than 49,000 meals to underserved children in Phoenix, one for each seat at Chase Field.
 
D-BACKS ALL-TIME TEAM VOTE: Fans are encouraged to cast their vote for the D-backs All-Time Team at dbacks.com/20. Fans who cast their vote will automatically be entered in the All-Time Team Sweepstakes to win an autographed 20th Anniversary jersey signed by several D-backs Alumni players and four lower-level tickets to enjoy the game. Voting ends by 4:59 p.m. MST on May 15.
 
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 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.

STUDENT PASS: Students will get discounted tickets, including tickets as low as $5, for select games through the Student Pass program. The offer is activated by texting STUDENT to 76925. 
 
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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