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Evansville Otters Announce Promotional Schedule for 2021

Some of the big nights include Boy Scout Night, Taco Tuesdays, Dog Days Of Summer, and postgame fireworks.

Posted: Apr 14, 2021 10:58 AM

Evansville Otters have announced their promotional schedule for the 2021 season.

For the first season back since the COVID-19 pandemic destroyed their 2020 season, the Otters have multiple events taking place throughout the exhibition and regular season.

It starts on Saturday, May 15th, which wil be Boy Scout Night.  Pre-registerted boy scouts will recieve a General Admission ticket, hot dog, chips and participate in a postgame baseball clinic.  Following the clinic, there will be a camp out overnight at Bosse Field.

Taco Tuesdays will take place on every home Tuesday date and will include a food truck at Bosse Field.

Saturday, June 12th will be Deaconess Employee Night and Superhero Night.  Some superhero characters will be in attendance and kids are invited to wear superhero costumes.

Starting on Sunday, June 13th, Otters will have Dog Days of Summer Sunday games, where fans can bring their dogs for a day at the ballpark..  Reminder, fans are responsible for cleaning up after their dogs following the games.

On Saturday, June 19th, the Otters will partner with the Evansville African American Museum for a Salute to the Negro League night with postgame fireworks.  Teams will wear Negro League-themed jerseys.  There will also be Firefworks following four other games during the season.

Complete listing of Promotional Schedule dates and events can be found at EvansvilleOtters.Com

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