Nationals Promotion/Giveaway Schedule for 2010

The Washington Nationals today announced that 2010 individual game tickets will go on sale Tuesday, March 2, and published the Nationals Park game day promotion/giveaway schedule for 2010.

Highlights this season include bobblehead nights for Ryan Zimmerman, Nyjer Morgan, and a “fan choice” which will be determined by an online and in-the-park poll.

In addition to the known dates and giveaways listed below, Friday Night Fireworks, Signature Sundays, and Sunday Kids Run the Bases programs will return.

2010 Washington Nationals Promotional/Giveaway Schedule

Mon 4/5 Opening Day Batting Practice Hat (first 20,000 fans)
Wed 4/7 Magnet Schedule/Car Magnet (first 20,000 fans)
Fri 4/16 Jackie Robinson Day
Tue 4/20 T-Shirt Tuesday (first 10,000 fans)
Sun 4/25 Kids Cap (first 10,000 kids 12 & under)
Tue 5/4 T-Shirt Tuesday (first 10,000 fans)
Fri 5/7 Cooler Bag (first 10,000 fans 21 & up)
Sun 5/9 Mothers Day Water Bottle (first 20,000 fans)
Sat 5/22 Nationals Cap (first 20,000 fans)
Sun 5/23 Kids T-shirt (first 10,000 kids 12 & under)
Sun 6/6 Kids Batting Helmet (first 10,000 kids 12 & under)
Sat 6/19 Ryan Zimmerman Bobblehead (first 15,000 fans)
Sun 6/20 Travel Mug (first 20,000 fans)
Tue 6/22 T-Shirt Tuesday (first 10,000 fans)
Sat 7/3 Replica Patriotic Cap (first 20,000 fans)
Sun 7/11 Kids Backpack (first 10,000 kids 12 & under)
Tue 7/27 T-Shirt Tuesday (first 10,000 fans)
Sat 7/31 Nyjer Morgan Bobblehead (first 15,000 fans)
Fri 8/13 Beer and Pitcher Cup Set (first 10,000 fans 21 & up)
Sun 8/15 Kids Back-to-School Supply Kit (first 10,000 kids 12 & under)
Tue 8/24 T-Shirt Tuesday (first 20,000 fans)
Sat 8/28 Fans Choice Bobblehead (first 15,000 fans)
Sun 9/12 Kids Run the Show
Sat 9/25 Third Annual Gospel Music Fest
Mon 9/27 Team Photo/Early Bird Schedule (first 20,000 fans)
Tue 9/28 T-Shirt Tuesday (first 10,000 fans)
Wed 9/29 Knit Beanie (first 20,000 fans)

Nationals offer half-price tickets to Teddy fans for today’s t-shirt Tuesday

T-Shirt Tuesday for Cinco de Mayo features Teddy RooseveltThe Washington Nationals have released a coupon code “for Teddy’s friends”: Order at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” and get half-price tickets in select seating sections for this afternoon’s free “T-Shirt Tuesday” game vs. the Houston Astros.

It’s a special Cinco de Mayo T-Shirt Tuesday with a 12:35pm start. The first 10,000 fans will receive a free “Corre, Teddy, Corre” t-shirt (“Run Teddy Run” in spanish) featuring Teddy Roosevelt in a sombrero.

The coupon code is valid only for online orders and may be used to get outfield box seats, outfield corner, or mezzanine seats for $15.00 to $18.00 each.

Abe’s T-Shirt Tuesday Kicks Off Nationals Homestand

Tuesday night the Washington Nationals return to town to face the Diamondbacks and Astros in a couple of series that promise great weather, light summer traffic, and some big promotions at Nationals Park.

The Nationals are in need of some home cooking after a brutal week which netted as many devastating injuries as team victories. For loyal Nats fans, it seems like an eternity since Nationals Park was packed and rocking for the team’s last home series against the Baltimore Orioles.

Washington Nationals Racing President Abe Lincoln at Nationals ParkRegular readers don’t need to be reminded that this is Abe Lincoln’s T-shirt Tuesday. The first 10,000 fans to enter Nationals Park on Tuesday will receive a free Washington Nationals Abraham Lincoln T-Shirt. Given his recent record, it’s doubtful that Abe needs any help to win the presidents race, but it should be noted that George Washington and Thomas Jefferson won on their free t-shirt nights, so the pressure is now squarely on Abe.

The homsetand will also feature Friday night fireworks, Hispanic Heritage night, and another free movie Saturday night after the game on the Nationals Park HD scoreboard. As for the presidents race, it’s hard to imagine how our racing presidents could top the excitement of the last homestand. After a week that featured kangaroos, president-on-president violence, sabotage, grudge matches, and an “unsanctioned” victory by Teddy Roosevelt, it was good to get a week off. I’m assuming that Teddy has gotten over it as well and will not be working with the grounds crew on Tuesday.

Photo by flickr member jsmjr

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