We’ll be sweeping away the competition with our promotions during Homestand from June 4 to 9

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June 3, 2024 – International League (IL)
St. Paul Saints news release

ST. PAUL, MN (June 4, 2024) – It’s been a long two weeks since you last saw us at CHS Field. Wipe away your two weeks of sleep and use the power to remember your favorite baseball team. It’s the program makers’ damn fault for sending us away for so long, but the pride we will show our fans over the next six games cannot be measured. This will be a fun homestand with monster surprises from June 4 to 9.

Tuesday June 4 vs. Syracuse Mets (New York Mets), 7:07 PM – Toilet Paper Drive provided by Innovative Office Solutions

There are countless uses for toilet paper. We’ll show you all during our annual Toilet Paper Drive, presented by Innovative Office Solutions. Whether you’re a front-to-back, back-to-front, fold-it-in-squares, or squeeze-it type of person, this is a day where we can all agree that giving back is most important. While the average person uses the toilet for about three years during their lifetime, they use more than 60,000 rolls of toilet paper in that time. With so much TP being used, the St. Paul Saints and Innovative Office Solutions are launching their annual Toilet Paper Drive. The toilet paper collection on this evening will be donated to 2nd Harvest Heartland. What better way to celebrate toilet paper than on a Sun Country Travel Tuesday.

Wednesday June 5 vs. Syracuse Mets, 7:07 PM – Pride Night presented by Cub

The inclusion of the LGBTQ+ community is extremely important. Pride Month takes place in June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots, which took place in late June 1969. The goal is to elevate the voices of the LGBTQ+ community, celebrate culture and support their rights. Bring on the parades, drag performances and celebrations of life for community members as we celebrate Pride Night, presented by Cub. Pride celebrations extend from the largest cities to the smallest rural towns and across every continent, including Antarctica. There is no right way to celebrate, so come out and help us rejoice in a holy way. Find all the cities hosting a pride event during our Explore Minnesota Wednesday

Thursday, June 6 vs. Syracuse Mets, 7:07 PM – Margaritaville Night presented by North Hennepin Community College

Since 1993, the St. Paul Saints have made sure that when you step onto the ballpark, you leave all your troubles behind. Let the wind blow through your hair, grab your lost salt shaker and just relax on this Margaritaville evening at North Hennepin Community College. If you’re an old man, put on your tank top. Visit our gift shop, smell our amazing food and try not to blow off your slippers. We have frozen concoctions that will help keep you full, strum your six-string in our rocking chairs on the porch and feel free to stay here all season long. If you’re going to do a Margaritaville Night, you better do it on a Thirsty Thursday with $2 beers and two-for-one Bud Light Seltzers.

Friday June 7 vs. Syracuse Mets, 7:07 PM – Star Wars Night with Friday Night Fireworks after the game, powered by Xcel Energy

Where does Princess Leia shop for Father’s Day? At the Darth Maul. How does Darth Vader like his toast? On the dark side. This day is no joke. Rebellions may be built on hope, but this day is built on fun and entertainment. Today we will let go of our pride and do what is asked of us during our Star Wars evening. The force is strong in our family because you will not feel much fear in us. We will not allow the Republic to fall under the control of a Dark Lord of the Sith. A special Star Wars package is available, complete with a ticket, lightsaber and Jedi training. Stick around after the game for fireworks powered by Xcel Energy to the music of Star Wars.

Saturday June 8 vs. Syracuse Mets, 6:07 PM – Kicking off the summer with a general giveaway (1,500) presented by Quantum Fiber, followed by Monster Food Truck Rally and Blaze Credit Union Fireworks Super Show after the game

The applications are countless. In summer they can be used for a picnic. In winter they can be used to keep you warm. You can have fun with the family and build a fort together with them. With summer just weeks away, we want to get you started with a general giveaway for the first 1,500 fans, presented by Quantum Fiber. While you lie on your blanket, you can amaze your friends with summer facts. For example, the word summer comes from the Old English word ‘somer’. The Eiffel Tower grows in summer because the iron it is made of expands when heated, making it up to 17 cm taller. And crickets chirp in the summer, where the number of chirps in 25 seconds can be used to calculate the air temperature in Celsius. You’ll sound even smarter when you put on your favorite Hawaiian shirt and feel chilly on a Treasure Island Saturday. After the game, come onto the field for our Monster Food Truck Rally and grab some delicious food from: Dine-1-1, iPierogi, KCM Egg Rolls, OHM Brownies, Pretty Great Cheesecake, Rollin Nolens, Thai Thai Street Food, Twin Cities Pita, Up in Smoke, and Youniverse Foodie. The evening is just beginning, because once you’ve satiated your taste buds, enjoy the Blaze Credit Union Fireworks Super Show.

Sunday, June 9 vs. Syracuse Mets, 2:07 PM – Minnesota Urology Day

Did you know that a urologist’s favorite shortcut is CTL+P? Oh boy, urine in trouble today with all the great jokes and puns we’re going to make. While we will have some fun, we are also here to teach about Minnesota Urology Day. We give you all the information about urinary tract infections, kidney stones, bladder and kidney cancer, prostate cancer and more. You laugh, but you are also informed on this day. Stick around after the game for Cub Family Sunday while the kids run the bases.

Saints tickets remain of enormous value. Tickets range in price from $5-$35. Friday home games with post-game fireworks cost an additional $3 per ticket. Post-game Blaze Credit Union Fireworks Supershow on June 8 and Post-game Fireworks Supershows (July 3, July 4 and September 21) cost an additional $4 per ticket. Tickets purchased on the day of the game cost an additional $2 per ticket. Children under 12 and seniors 65 and older receive a $1 discount on admission. Children under 2 years old who do not require a seat are free.

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