Thursday, June 28, 2012

Still Have Batcat Fever? Go See the Padres Tonight!

Posted By on Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 12:00 PM

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If you found yourself captivated by the University of Arizona baseball team's run to the NCAA championship over the last month, extend your enjoyment of their winning season tonight at the Padres game, sponsored in part by the Tucson Weekly. Not only will you be able to get your picture taken with the championship trophy and see Arizona Athletic Director Greg Byrne, Head Baseball Coach Andy Lopez, and members of the baseball team participate in the first pitch, it's also Thirsty Thursday, so 16 oz. Budweiser and Coke products will be just $1.50 starting at 6 pm.

If you wear Wildcat apparel, you'll be able save some money as well, getting a general admission ticket for $4. See you at the ballpark.

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