Cyclones game-night giveaways for 2015

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June 20: Schedule Magnet, presented by MCU

June 23: Garage Sale

June 24: T-Shirt, presented by CUNY, Salute to “Saved by the Bell”

June 25: Original Road Jersey, presented by DIME, 15th Season Celebration

July 2: 1.21 Gigawatts Jersey, presented by Pepsi, “Back to the Future” 30th Anniversary

July 5: Lil’ Jerry Bobble Beak, “Seinfeld Night 2: Bigger, Better and Bania”

July 9: Black & Red Jersey, presented by Verizon

July 16: Shamrock Jersey, presented by Budweiser, Irish Heritage Night

July 18: Bus Driver Sandy Bobble, presented by MCU, “Honeymooners” 60th Anniversary Night

July 29: Juan Lagares Bobble Glove, presented by Lutheran Medical

July 31: Smoke and Fire Hat, presented by GEICO, FDNY Night

Aug. 13: Road Trip Jersey, presented by Hospital for Special Surgery

Aug. 16: Kids Backpack Giveaway, presented by NY 529 College Savings Plan

Aug. 19: Greg Kelly and Rosanna Scotto Bobblehead, presented by MCU

Aug. 20: Pinstripe Jersey, presented by Domino’s, Frank Sinatra’s 100th Birthday, Italian Heritage Night

Aug. 26: Sidd Finch Bobblehead, Sidd Finch 30th Anniversary Celebration

Aug. 27: Throwback Jersey, presented by MCU, 1955 Dodgers Celebration

Sept. 5: Snow Ball Winter Cap, presented by Pepsi, Latin Music Night

Sept. 7: Team Photo Giveaway, Fan Appreciation Day

Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

VT from Bensonhurst says:
Yet another reason why it's a waste of my time going to MCU Park. What was once the standard of minor league organizations has now become a "Look at me" mentality from the idiots who currently run the club. We're smarter than you are! Look at this player. Do you think he's happy looking like this? When you have scum running this club, this is what you get!
June 6, 2015, 12:54 pm

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