Military Appreciation Day during homestand
The Yankees returned home Friday night following the All-Star break for the first of six games at Yankee Stadium. The stretch of games begins with a three-game series against the Mariners featuring former Yankees All-Star Robinson Cano Friday night, Saturday and Sunday afternoons followed by a three-game set against the American League East rival Orioles Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Thursday afternoon.
The Yankees will pay tribute to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and the United States Armed Forces by hosting Military Appreciation Day Saturday. Ceremonies will begin approximately at noon, prior to the scheduled 1:05 p.m. game against Seattle. As part of the festivities, the Gold Team of the United States Army Golden Knights will parachute into the Stadium.
Following the jump, Maddeline and Mitchell Voas, the family of fallen Air Force Special Operations Pilot Major Randell Voas, will be recognized in a special ceremony. Also taking part in the day’s ceremonies will be United States Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Matt Caruso – who will throw out the ceremonial first pitch; country music recording artist and former Army Ranger, Keni Thomas – who will sing the national anthem; and current member of the United States Air Force Band in Washington, D.C., Technical Sergeant Aaron Paige – who will sing God Bless America.
2000 World Series Champions Fan Ring Day will take place Sunday. The first 18,000 people in attendance 14 and younger will receive a fan ring, courtesy of Betteridge Jewelers.
Ticket specials will run Saturday (Youth Game), Sunday (Youth Game), Tuesday night (Military Personnel Game), Wednesday night (Military Personnel and Student Game) and Thursday (MasterCard Half-Price, Military Personnel, Senior Citizen, and Youth Game).
For a complete list of ticket specials, including game dates, seating locations, and terms and conditions, fans should visit http://www.yankees.com/ticketspecials. Please note that all ticket specials are subject to availability.
The homestand will also feature the following promotional item and date:
Saturday, July 18 – Yankees vs. Mariners, 1:05 p.m.
* Collectible Truck Day, presented by W.B. Mason, to the first 18,000 in attendance, 14 and younger.
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