BRYAN STOW TO YELL "PLAY BALL!": San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow will yell "Play Ball!" after the ceremonial first pitch.
2014 RBI WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS RECOGNIZED: Several members from each championship team of the 2014 RBI World Series will be recognized during pre-game ceremonies. Teams include Miami Marlins RBI (junior baseball division), Jackie Robinson-Jersey City RBI (senior baseball division) and Santo Domingo RBI from the Dominican Republic (softball division).
MEMBERS FROM THREE MLB URBAN YOUTH ACADEMIES TO ATTEND GAME FOUR: One member from each of the fully-operational MLB Urban Youth Academies will attend Game Four and be recognized during pre-game ceremonies with Hall of Famer and MLB Executive Vice President of Baseball Development Frank Robinson. The kids attending include: Buck Anderson (Lakewood High School; Lakewood, CA) from the MLB Urban Youth Academy in Compton; Christian Marshall (McDonogh 35 High School; New Orleans, LA) from the New Orleans MLB Urban Youth Academy; and Tyrone Thomas (Clear Springs High School; League City, TX) from the Houston Astros MLB Urban Youth Academy.
GAME FOUR PERFORMANCES: Legendary musician Carlos Santana and his son, Salvador Santana, will together perform the National Anthem. For forty years and as many albums later, Santana has sold more than 100 million records and reached more than 100 million fans at concerts worldwide. To date, Santana has won ten GRAMMY ® Awards and three Latin GRAMMY ® Awards.
Singing "God Bless America" before the bottom of the 7th inning will be Staff Sgt. Pedro Aleman of the United States Army.
ANNOUNCING THE WINNERS OF THE 2014 HANK AARON AWARD: The winners of the 2014 Hank Aaron Award will be announced at a press conference prior to Game Four of the 2014 World Series today at AT&T Park.The press conference will include Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig and Hall of Famer Hank Aaron.
T-MOBILE'S #TheBig7th INNING STRETCH: MLB sponsor T-Mobile will celebrate the seventh-inning stretch with a 60-second commercial created entirely by fans. T-Mobile invited fans across the U.S. to film and upload video of themselves singing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame", and the results will be shared en masse in a tribute to fans and the World Series on FOX following the 7th inning.
HEAD & SHOULDERS CHECK PRESENTATION TO THE RBI PROGRAM: To celebrate Head & Shoulders' fourth year as the official shampoo of MLB and year two of the "Season of the #Whiff" campaign, the brand donated over $260,000 to local RBI leagues, as well as $1 to the national RBI program for every strikeout during the regular season. With 37,441 total strikeouts this season, H&S is donating an additional $37,441 to the RBI program. Before Game Four, Nick Stacy from Head & Shoulders will present a check for $37,441 to RBI participants on the field of AT&T Park.
TRAVELING BASES: After being used during regular season games in all 30 MLB ballparks, plus the All-Star Game, the first-of-its-kind Thirty Base Tour is traveling to San Francisco for Game Four of the World Series. The bases, which have been authenticated by Major League Baseball after each use, will be placed on the field by the Giants' grounds crew after the bottom of the third inning, then removed by the crew and representatives from the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) World Series Champions after the bottom of the sixth inning. Representing Miami Marlins RBI (Jr. Baseball division champions) will be Robert Robinson and James Spatafora, representing Jackie Robinson Jersey City RBI (Sr. Baseball division champions) will be Angel Perez and Josh Witherspoon, and representing RBI Santo Domingo (Softball division champions) will be Anyelis Ariesty and Lupe Matos. Each pair of teammates will handle their own base, removing the "Traveling Bases" and replacing them with a new set. The bases have been listed for auction at MLB.com/travelingbases with proceeds benefitting the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) program. The auction closes the week after the conclusion of the World Series.
A WORLD SERIES WISH: Four young people from Make-A-Wish whose wish it was to attend the World Series will be on-hand. They are Avinash Day, 10, from Tacoma, WA; Jeffrey Eckenrode, 20, from Frederick, MD; Cole McCully, 14, from Anaheim, CA; and Korbin Perkey, 16, from Elk City, OK.
GAME BALL DELIVERY: Boys & Girls Clubs of America's National Youth of the Year, Maryah Sullivan, 18, will deliver Game Four's game ball. Sullivan is currently a student at the University of South Florida and was a member of Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida - Joe R. Lee Branch.