Oregon Softball (40-7, 15-3 Pac 12) are sitting at the highest point of the season. They have been given their all time highest rankings by both the USA Softball Poll(#4) and climbed one spot to #5 in the NFCA.
The weather should be awesome if you want to get out and see this team.
According to GoDucks.com, here is a list of promotions for the games.
Seattle, Wednesday, May 1, 1 p.m. (Doubleheader) – DayCare Day. Kids will get $2 admission, and all tickets are two games for the price of one. A Duck coloring contest will also be held at the promotions/marketing table.
Oregon State, Friday, May 3, 4 p.m. - ‘Go Green’ Day. Fans are encouraged to wear green, and several environmental awareness booths will be at the park.
Oregon State, Saturday, May 4, Noon - Junior Duck / Kids Sports / Eugene Little League Day. Junior Duck Club members get in free with their membership card as always. Fifty mini-posters will also be available to youth, and kids are invited to participate in a coloring contest at the marketing/promotions table. The Duck mascot will be on hand from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., and Duck players will also sign autographs afterwards. Fans with a ticket from Friday’s Oregon Twilight track and field meet can get a $2 softball ticket.
Oregon State, Sunday, May 5, 1 p.m. – Senior Day. Senior citizens and kids will get $2 tickets, and 100 free Oregon Softball t-shirts will be given away. Kids can run the bases post-game, and Duck students get double points for the Oregon Rewards program.
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