Florida Fire Frogs Announce Home Game Promotions

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The Florida Fire Frogs MILB baseball team have announced a few promotions for their upcoming home games at Osceola County Stadium in Kissimmee.

On Tuesday, June 26 enjoy Taco Tuesday while watching a game against the Dunedin Blue Jays. Get 2 for $3 tacos as well as $5 Coronas and buy one get one Bud Lights and Michelob Ultras.

Other Taco Tuesday games are July 24 vs the Charlotte Stone Crabs, August 7 vs the Palm Beach Cardinals, and August 21 vs the Jupiter Hammerheads.

June 26 is also Sensory Awareness Day. Enjoy an evening of baseball with lowered stadium sounds, designated quiet zones, peanut free sections and an expanded wheelchair friendly area.

Every Thursday this season is FREE BEER THURSDAY for those 21+. Beer is free from first pitch until the opposing team scores.

Tickets are available for as low as $8 for the following Thursday home games: June 28 vs the Dunedin Blue Jays; July 5 vs the Charlotte Stone Crabs; July 26 vs the Bradenton Marauders; August 9 vs Fort Myers Miracle; and August 23 vs the Jupiter Hammerheads.

Every Sunday home game all ladies, 21 & older, who attend a Fire Frogs game will be treated to a free brunch at the ballpark. Food will be served from 10am – 11am. Complementary Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas and Beermosas will be served from 10am – noon. All gentlemen, 21 & older, will have a $10 upgrade with admission, if they wish to partake in brunch.

Upcoming Sunday home games are: July 1 vs Daytona Tortugas; July 15 vs Clearwater Threshers; July 29 vs Bradenton Marauders; August 12 vs Fort Myers Miracle; and August 26 vs Lakeland Flying Tigers.

For tickets to these and other home games, visit FloridaFireFrogs.com.

About Michelle Snow

Michelle is the owner and editor of CitySurfing Orlando. She also owns Zengrrl.com, is a freelance writer specializing in travel and entertainment, and has authored/co-authored four guidebooks on Orlando and Florida. She lives in Orlando near Disney, and hears Magic Kingdom fireworks every night.
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