The Amarillo Sod Poodles have announced the upcoming promotions and ticket plans that will be available during the Texas Collegiate League Season at Hodgetown. They will feature seven fireworks nights, seven giveaway nights, plus daily promotions and more. The team wants fans attending the collegiate games to have the same great experience they would get if they were watching the Sod Poodles play ball.

Opening Night on June 30 will kick off the season with both a post-game fireworks show. There will be six additional fireworks shows throughout the season, including five Friday night games and an Independence Day Celebration on Saturday, July 4. Seven total giveaway nights are scheduled for the season featuring a T-shirt hoodie, Trucker Hat, and more to be announced. Daily promotions that will be included throughout the 30-game season are Wiener Wednesdays, featuring $1 hot dogs, Thirsty Thursdays, featuring $2 domestic beers and sodas, and Friday Night Fireworks. Every Sunday game will also feature “Kids Run the Bases” for kids 12 and under to run the bases following the conclusion of the games.

Two 15-game ticket plans and single-game tickets will be available for purchase starting Thursday, June 18 at 12 p.m. The 2020 season will begin on Tuesday, June 30. Pricing for 15-game plans start at $150 and include both Amarillo Sod Squad and Sod Dogs games. Single-game tickets are on sale now. Single-game ticket prices range from $5 to $12 depending on ticket type and seating location.

The Sod Squad will open the 2020 season with a three-game series at Hodgetown against the San Antonio Flying Chanclas on Tuesday, June 30. The Sod Dogs make their home debut on Friday, July 3 when they take on the Round Rock Hairy Men for three games. The Texas Collegiate League is currently represented by 250-plus players from 91 different colleges and universities. Some of the more nationally-recognized schools sending their standouts to the Texas Collegiate League include Alabama, Arkansas, Baylor, Cal State Fullerton, Dallas Baptist, Houston, Long Beach State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oral Roberts, Pacific, Rice, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas-Arlington, Texas State, Texas Tech, and Wichita State, among others. The Texas Collegiate League is Texas' first major collegiate summer wooden bat league and have played 17 seasons.