4 MLB Theme Nights for Summer 2017

With 162 games played by every team in less than six months, Major League Baseball gives fans at each park 81 reasons to take in America’s favorite pastime throughout the summer. But with so many games, it’s understandable that sometimes teams would want to shake things up a bit. Enter theme nights. Even if you don’t bleed baseball, you might find a theme game that will convince you to spend a few hours at the ballpark.

Game of Thrones Night

Sponsored by HBO, Game of Thrones Night is taking a tour of ballparks all around the country. Each night will be slightly different, but all will involve GoT merchandise, bobbleheads and a chance to take your photo on the Iron Throne. Check out the remaining GoT theme nights schedule to find a game near you:

 

Multiple Promotions at SunTrust Park, Sunday, August 6

There’s a lot going on at this 1:35 pm. day game against the Miami Marlins in the Braves’ new digs at SunTrust Park. It’s Alumni Homecoming, where the team will welcome back some legendary Braves players from throughout history. It’s “Kids Run The Bases” day where your kids 14 and under can run the bases just like the pros. And if all that isn’t enough, the first 40,000 fans through the gates get a Topps Braves baseball card pack.

Yoga Day at Coors Field, Saturday, August 19

Get your stretch on at the 5th Annual Yoga Day at Coors Field when the Colorado Rockies welcome the Milwaukee Brewers for a 6:10 pm game on August 19. There will be a yoga class on the infield grass from 8:30 am to 9:30 am for the first 2,000 people to sign up. When you leave, you’ll receive a special Rockies-themed yoga-promotional item. After a relaxing morning, you’ll be ready to see the Rockies take on the Brewers later in the evening.

Star Wars Night at Yankee Stadium, Friday, August 25

Come to the 7:05 pm. game versus the Mariners at one of the world’s most iconic parks and get a themed knit cap from one of the world’s most iconic movies. This black cap has the face of Darth Vader on it and a Yankees logo, so you can represent both good and evil all winter (or evil and evil if you’re a Mets fan). Get there early: The giveaway is limited to the first 18,000 people through the gates.