Upcoming 10-game Homestand to Feature Several Special Fan Nights at the Ballpark

Pinot in the Park, Teacher Appreciation Night, Medical Professional's Night and Mother's Day to highlight homestand

HOUSTON, TX-- The Astros begin a 10-game homestand this Monday, May 2 as they host the Minnesota Twins for a three-games series, May 2-4. Following the Twins, Houston will face the Seattle Mariners (May 5-8) and Cleveland Indians (May 9-11) in the club's longest homestand to date.

 

Monday, May 2 - 7:10 p.m. vs. Minnesota Twins

The Astros kick off the homestand with the second edition of Keuchel's Korner, presented by Houston Methodist, on Monday, May 2. Tickets for the dedicated fan section, located in sections 105 and 106, include a signature Dallas Keuchel beard giveaway and an exclusive Keuchel's Korner T-shirt. For tickets and more information, please visit www.astros.com/keuchelskorner.

 

Tuesday, May 3 - 7:10 p.m. vs. Minnesota Twins

Tuesday is Teacher Appreciation Night at Minute Maid Park. The special offer includes a ticket to Tuesday's game vs. the Minnesota Twins and a Houston Astros Navy Tote, which is available for pickup through the end of the 5th inning at Section 152 with a valid Teacher Appreciation Night ticket. The totes are available on a first come, first served basis. For tickets and more information on Teacher Appreciation Night, please visit www.astros.com/teachers.

 

Astros fans can also catch the deal of the season with Double Play Tuesdays, presented by Coca-Cola. Participating fans receive two View Deck II tickets for only $22. Present two (2) labels from any Coca-Cola product containers at the Minute Maid Park Box Office to receive two (2) View Deck II tickets for $22. This offer is good at every Tuesday home game. For more information, please visit www.astros.com/value.

 

Wednesday, May 4 - 7:10 p.m. vs. Minnesota Twins

Every Wednesday night home game is $1 Hot Dog Night at the ballpark. Fans can purchase an unlimited number of Nolan Ryan Beef hot dogs at $1 each while supplies last (limit of four per person per concession visit).

 

Friday, May 6 - 7:10 p.m. vs. Seattle Mariners

Friday night, fans are invited to enjoy a night of baseball, wine and wellness at the Astros Pinot in the Park event, presented by Houston Methodist. The event features a pregame wine tasting with healthy food pairings, action stations with live demonstrations of recipe pairings, Sommelier classes and chair massages, a panel discussion on Women's Health and Wellness presented by Houston Methodist and a stemless wine glass giveaway for the first 500 fans with a Pinot in the Park ticket or voucher. Ticket packages include either a $29 View Deck ticket or a $59 Field Box ticket. For tickets and more information, please visit www.astros.com/pinot.

 

Big and Bright Friday Night fireworks return this Friday, featuring a "Ladies Night" musical theme to kick off Mother's Day Weekend. Fireworks begin approximately 15 minutes following the conclusion of Friday's 7:10 p.m. game vs. the Seattle Mariners.

 

Saturday, May 7 - 6:10 p.m. vs. Seattle Mariners

Prior to Saturday's 6:10 p.m. contest, 10,000 fans will receive a Dallas Keuchel Cy Young/Gold Glove Bobblehead, presented by Houston Methodist. Saturday's giveaway is the first of the 2016 Award Series Bobbleheads, which also include a Jose Altuve Silver Slugger/Gold Glove Bobblehead and a Carlos Correa Rookie of the Year Bobblehead. The 2016 Award Series Bobbleheads celebrate the first time in franchise history that the Astros boasted a Cy Young Award winner, Rookie of the Year, two Gold Glovers and Silver Slugger in a single season. 

 

Fans are encouraged to arrive at the ballpark early to receive this weekend's promotional giveaways, as supplies are limited and not guaranteed.

 

Sunday, May 8 - 1:10 p.m. vs. Seattle Mariners

Sunday, May 8, is Mother's Day, and the Astros are taking the day to celebrate moms everywhere. In participation with Major League Baseball, the Astros will wear special-edition pink jerseys in addition to the traditional pink wrist bands and bats. In a special pregame ceremony, breast cancer survivors and volunteers from Houston Methodist and The Rose organization will form a human pink ribbon on the field. Additionally, several Astros players and their mothers will participate in a ceremonial first pitch. The Astros will also be participating in the Honorary Bat Girl Contest, as Belinda Sheldon will be recognized prior to the game and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Sheldon, a devoted wife and mother of four, is a breast cancer survivor.

 

Prior to Sunday's game, 10,000 fans will receive a Cross Body Bag, presented by Houston Methodist.

 

Bring the whole family out to Minute Maid Park on Sundays for Kroger Family Sunday. Kids ages 5-12 can run the bases and Astros Buddies get front-of-the-line access. For Kroger Family 4-Pack or Kroger Family Sunday tickets, please visit www.astros.com/family or by calling 1-877-9ASTROS.

 

Tuesday, May 10 - 7:10 p.m. vs. Cleveland Indians

On Tuesday, May 10, the Astros will host Medical Professional's Night. The ticket package is available for $23 in the Mezzanine and for $30 in Field Box IV and includes an Astros scrub top for the first 500 purchasing fans. The Astros scrub top will be available for pickup through the end of the 5th inning at Section 152 for those with a valid Medical Professional ticket. Scrub tops are available on a first come, first served basis. To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit www.astros.com/medical.

 

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