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Eight-game homestand highlighted by Alumni Night

FRI., AUGUST 22 | 6:40 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES  

POST-GAME FIREWORKS presented by GILA RIVER CASINOS

PLAY BALL FUND: As a part of the on-going D-backs Give Back charitable efforts, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will recognize Play Ball grant recipients during a special pregame ceremony on the field. Throughout the season, the Play Ball Fund, supported by Chase and Western Refining, will award teams, leagues and organizations $1,000 in grants for equipment, training resources and more. The D-backs will present up to 10 grants per month totaling $10,000. In addition, the D-backs will recognize a Youth Player, Coach and Volunteer of the Month. Each winner will receive a D-backs jersey, complimentary tickets, batting practice visit and a $500 grant to each winner's team or league.  

COORS LIGHT FRIDAY NIGHTS: D-backs fans can enjoy happy hour drink specials and music from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the Coors Light Strike Zone. All fans are welcomed to the refurbished Coors Light Strike Zone during Happy Hour. 

HELPFUL HONDA FRIDAYS: At every Friday home game, the Helpful Honda team will greet fans along the plaza with game day essentials, such as personal misters and sunscreen. They will also surprise fans with $20 D-bucks gift cards and some lucky Honda owners will receive seat upgrades to enjoy the game from a luxury suite, complete with free food and drinks. In addition, 50 Honda cars will receive complimentary parking at the Chase Field Garage on Helpful Honda Fridays. The Helpful Honda team will also lead D-backs fans in the singing of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the 7th Inning stretch and game-goers are invited to stop by the Chase Field Rotunda to view the latest Honda vehicle on display.

National Anthem: Corona del Sol High School Choir 
Ceremonial First Pitch: Kristie Cocco, United Way campaign winner from APS

SAT., AUGUST 23 | 5:10 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES   

FAITH & FAMILY NIGHT: D-backs fans can enjoy a post-game concert by four-time Grammy Award winning Christian-rock band Third Day. One of the band members from Third Day will also throw out the ceremonial first pitch. A portion of ticket sales from Faith & Family Night ticket packages will benefit Hopefest and their mission to help the local homeless community. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/faith. 

BETH MCDONALD CELEBRATES 30 YEARS WITH FIRST PITCH: Beth McDonald, morning show host on 99.9 KEZ, will throw out the ceremonial first pitch in celebration of her 30 years on air in the Valley. In addition, fans can take advantage of a special ticket package that includes a lower-level Baseline Reserve seat for just $19.99 by visiting www.dbacks.com/beth. 

ARIZONA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD OATH OF ENLISTMENT: More than 20 men and women will take the oath of enlistment into the Arizona Army National Guard prior to the game on the field.  

RAISING CANE'S DONATION: Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers will present a check for more than $6,000 to the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation during a pregame ceremony. Funds were raised during a two-week promotion in the month of June in which Raising Cane's patrons could donate $1 to the Foundation at the cash register. 

D-BACKS EXPRESS: The D-backs offer a hassle-free way to see a D-backs game for fans in Tucson. A luxury bus will pick up fans at the Foothills Mall (located on the Southwest corner parking area between the food court and Outback Steakhouse) in Tucson and drops off fans in front of Chase Field. Round-trip fares are only $20 per person and leaves three hours before game time. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/express.

National Anthem: Jaime Geideman, Central Christian 
Color Guard: Arizona National Guard 

SUN., AUGUST 24 | 1:10 P.M. | SAN DIEGO PADRES     

D-BACKS ALUMNI Q&A SESSION: The D-backs will host a Q&A session with D-backs alumni Elmer Dessens and Augie Ojeda starting at noon on the Game Seven Grill stage to promote the third annual Alumni Night on Aug. 30. The free event is open to all fans and those in attendance will have the opportunity to ask questions of the alumni.

DISABILITIES AWARENESS & HUMAN SERVICES DAY: The D-backs will host their third annual Disabilities Awareness Day, including a Disability Expo. The Disability Expo features several disability-related organizations including adaptive sports and recreation organizations and wellness initiatives to help offer outreach, awareness and resources for people with disabilities. The Expo will start at 11 a.m. in the Legends Suite as well as along the main concourse near the Coors Light Strike Zone. The national anthem will be signed by Nanette Bowles and during the 7th inning stretch, Beautiful Signers will sign "God Bless America" and "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." 

ADULT DROWNING AWARENESS: August is Drowning Awareness month and the D-backs will recognize Cari Castillo, who lost her husband in a drowning accident, during a special pregame ceremony. The Castillo family is encouraging family, friends and supporters to purchase a ticket near the RamTrucks.com pool in which a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Ryan Thomas Foundation, which works to provide life jackets at local lakes. 

SUNDAY SLUGGERS NO CHEW CREW SHOW presented by DELTA DENTAL: No Chew Crew Show, presented by Delta Dental, is free to children 15 and younger who pledge awareness of the harmful effects of spit tobacco. No Chew Crew members can enjoy a show with Baxter, hosted by Mike and Vanessa along with Bobby Freeman, from 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in the Sandlot. No Chew Crew members receive a free ticket to every Sunday game and a toothbrush, courtesy of Delta Dental, when they pledge awareness of the harmful effects of spit tobacco. No Chew Crew is free to children 15 and younger. To register, visit www.dbacks.com/nochewcrew.com or sign up at the No Chew Crew Headquarters located in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot.

KIDS RUN THE BASES FOR PCH: Kids ages 15 and younger are invited to run the bases after the game and can line up on the ramps near section 110 immediately following the game. The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will donate $1 to Phoenix Children's Hospital for every kid that crosses home plate. Alise Mapp will serve as line leader. Mapp was diagnosed with tricuspid atresia before birth and now at 11, she enjoys reading and trampoline jumping. 

SUBWAY KIDS TAKE THE FIELD: Kids ages 7-15 can enter for the chance to "Take the Field" with D-backs players at every Sunday home game prior to the National Anthem. Entry forms are available at Subway.

CHEVROLET "PLAY BALL" KID: Phoenix-area Little League teams will be recognized on the field before the game and one lucky team member will get to say "Play Ball" at the start of the game. Fans can register at a local Chevrolet dealer.

MILITARY AND FIRST RESPONDERS 50% OFF SUNDAYS: Every Sunday home game, the D-backs offer 50 percent off single-game ticket prices for all military active duty, reserve, retired and veterans, as well as active or retired fire and police personnel with valid ID. All-You-Can-Eat tickets are excluded from this offer and can only be redeemed for up to four tickets.

FOX SPORTS ARIZONA/SANDERSON FORD KIDKASTER: One lucky kid will have the opportunity to work in the FOX Sports booth for a half-inning, Arizona Sports 98.7 FM booth for a portion of the game and work as the PA announcer during the second inning when the D-backs are up to bat. The KidKaster winner will also get a tour of the FOX Sports Arizona production truck, appear on the pregame show and interview a D-backs player. The D-backs will host Kidkaster auditions in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot from 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. For more information, visit online at www.kidkaster.com

SANDERSON FORD CRONISTA INFANTIL: The D-backs and Sanderson Ford will host the next Cronista Infantil as a guest on the D-backs' Spanish radio broadcast alongside Oscar Soria and Rodrigo Lopez during the game. Kids ages 8-12 are encouraged to sign up and audition to become the next Sanderson Ford Cronista Infantil by visiting www.losdbacks.com/kids. 

COLD STONE KIDS SUNDAYS: Each Sunday home game, one winner is selected to deliver the lineup card to the umpires with a D-backs coach before the game and deliver Cold Stone Ice Cream to the D-backs' broadcast booths. Winners are selected from applications that can be picked up at a local Cold Stone Creamery location.

TUES., AUGUST 26 | 6:40 P.M. | LOS ANGELES DODGERS    

HEART & HUSTLE AWARD: D-backs' Luis Gonzalez will present Paul Goldschmidt with the 2014 Heart & Hustle Award before the game. The award is given to a member from each MLB club that demonstrates a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game. One overall winner from the 30 teams will be selected by a panel of former MLB players and honored in Nov.

National Anthem: Palo Verde Brass Quintet 

WED., AUGUST 27 | 6:40 P.M. | LOS ANGELES DODGERS  

FOX SPORTS BROADCAST FUNDRAISER FOR D-BACKS GIVE BACK JERSEY PROGRAM: The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation and FOX Sports Arizona will team up during the television broadcast to raise money for the D-backs Give Back Jersey program that was launched earlier this year. Fans can make a $50 donation to receive a mystery ball autographed by a current or former D-backs player; a $100 donation will receive two mystery balls and a personalized D-backs jersey photographic print; a $200 donation will receive two mystery balls, a personalized D-backs jersey photographic print and a Tony La Russa autographed 2014 Hall of Fame inscribed baseball. The fundraiser will begin during the FOX Sports Arizona pregame show and conclude 30 minutes after the final out of the game. Tune into the broadcast to find out how to make a donation. 

UPS STORES SMALL BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM: UPS Stores will host a Small Business Symposium on the Suite Level from 1-5 p.m. that will feature a Q&A session with industry leaders, including D-backs Senior Vice President of Communications Josh Rawitch, as well as D-backs players Matt Reynolds and Bronson Arroyo. In addition, one lucky symposium participant will be selected to throw out the ceremonial first pitch that night. 

PACK THE HOUSE: More than 100 volunteers from UnitedHealthcare will help pack Bags of Hope in the Right Field Upper Deck during the game. The Bags of Hope will be delivered to underserved children in the Phoenix Community. With this event, the UnitedHealthcare team will hit its goal of "Packing the House" by providing more than 49,000 meals to underserved children in Phoenix, one for each seat at Chase Field. 

National Anthem: Kyrene del Aprede Middle School

FRI., AUGUST 29 | 6:40 P.M. | COLORADO ROCKIES  

CLASSIC TV NIGHT, presented by Safelite AutoGlass: The D-backs will host Classic TV Night, presented by Safelite AutoGlass, in which fans that purchase the Classic TV Night ticket package will receive a custom D-backs "A-Team" T-shirt. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/events. 

#DBACKSSOCIAL SPEAKEASY: The D-backs will host their first-ever #DbacksSocial Speakeasy in the Coors Light Strike Zone, beginning at 5 p.m. D-backs social media followers will be required to follow special instructions from the team's social media accounts to gain entrance to the exclusive area that will include guest appearances by current and former D-backs players and the FOX Sports Arizona Girls. Fans will also be able to win various prizes, including autographed items, throwback bobbleheads and game-used memorabilia. The Coors Light Strike Zone will include several drink specials throughout the night. Be sure to follow the D-backs on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and Facebook to learn how to enter the #DbacksSocial Speakeasy in the Coors Light Strike Zone. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/dbackssocial. 

SAFELITE DAY AT THE BALLPARK: Safelite representatives will present a check for $25,000 to the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation during a special pregame ceremony. The funds were raised through the Safelite glass replacement program in which Safelite donated $1 from each window or glass repair job in the months of July and August. Safelite will also host a special Windshield Replacement Event on the plaza exclusively open to D-backs Season Ticket Holders before the game. Each Season Ticket Holder that signs up will be able to attend a Q&A session with Bob Brenly and Steve Berthiaume and can choose to receive free wiper blades or a Safelite donation of $25 to the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation on their behalf. Safelite and the D-backs have also teamed up to help Rebuilding Together make veterans' homes handicap accessible and will present a $5,000 check to the program for their efforts during a special pregame ceremony.   

HELPFUL HONDA FRIDAYS: At every Friday home game, the Helpful Honda team will greet fans along the plaza with game day essentials, such as personal misters and sunscreen. They will also surprise fans with $20 D-bucks gift cards and some lucky Honda owners will receive seat upgrades to enjoy the game from a luxury suite, complete with free food and drinks. In addition, 50 Honda cars will receive complimentary parking at the Chase Field Garage on Helpful Honda Fridays. The Helpful Honda team will also lead D-backs fans in the singing of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the 7th Inning stretch and game-goers are invited to stop by the Chase Field Rotunda to view the latest Honda vehicle on display.

PARADISE VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL TROJAN BASEBALL: The D-backs will recognize Paradise Valley High School Trojan Baseball Coach Roy Muller, who recently announced his retirement after a 37-year career that included 620 wins. 

National Anthem: Orpheus Male Chorus
Ceremonial First Pitch: Emery Vicente, a 5th grader at Ryan Elementary in Chandler on behalf of the Gila River Indian Community

SAT., AUGUST 30 | 5:10 P.M. | COLORADO ROCKIES   

GIVEAWAY: Bob Brenly Bobblehead, courtesy of Sanderson Ford - 20,000  

ALUMNI NIGHT, presented by Sanderson Ford: Current D-backs players and coaches will wear "throwback" jerseys that feature the team's former purple pinstripes which will be autographed and auctioned off online at www.dbacks.com/auctions. Shortly after the game, D-backs alumni including Luis Gonzalez, David Dellucci, Steve Finley, Travis Lee and Brandon Webb will take the field to play a three-inning game. 

ALUMNI WEBCAST: The D-backs will host live show online at www.dbacks.com starting at 2:30 p.m., featuring several D-backs Alumni as guests and showing live batting practice on the field. 

MYSTERY BALL: The season's second Mystery Ball will benefit the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation. Fans can purchase grab bags ($40 each) with a 'Mystery Ball' inside signed by a D-backs player, coach or alum. Fans can choose from more than 500 grab bags. 

National Anthem: Ahwatukee Brass Quintet

SUN., AUGUST 31 | 1:10 P.M. | COLORADO ROCKIES     

GOING GONZO FOR KIDS: GOING GONZO WITH CENTURYLINK: The D-backs, CenturyLink and Luis Gonzalez have teamed up to highlight non-profit community organizations for their outstanding efforts in serving youth. During a pregame ceremony, the D-backs, Gonzo and CenturyLink will present a $4,000 check to the Be Kind Project to use toward classroom programming and materials that help promote character development and student growth emotionally and socially to improve learning. Nominations will be accepted through Sept. 5 at www.dbacks.com/goinggonzo. 

NO CHEW CREW presented by DELTA DENTAL: No Chew Crew members receive a free ticket to every Sunday game and a toothbrush, courtesy of Delta Dental, when they pledge awareness of the harmful effects of spit tobacco. No Chew Crew is free to children 15 and younger. To register, visit www.dbacks.com/nochewcrew or sign up at the No Chew Crew Headquarters located in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot.

MILITARY AND FIRST RESPONDERS 50% OFF SUNDAYS: Every Sunday home game, the D-backs offer 50 percent off single-game ticket prices for all military active duty, reserve, retired and veterans, as well as active or retired fire and police personnel with valid ID. All-You-Can-Eat tickets are excluded from this offer and can only be redeemed for up to four tickets.

SUBWAY KIDS TAKE THE FIELD: Kids ages 7-15 can enter for the chance to "Take the Field" with D-backs players at every Sunday home game prior to the National Anthem. Entry forms are available at Subway.

CHEVROLET "PLAY BALL" KID: Phoenix-area Little League teams will be recognized on the field before the game and one lucky team member will get to say "Play Ball" at the start of the game. Fans can register at a local Chevrolet dealer.

KIDS RUN THE BASES FOR PCH: Kids ages 15 and younger are invited to run the bases after the game and can line up on the ramps near section 110 immediately following the game. The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will donate $1 to Phoenix Children's Hospital for every kid that crosses home plate. Aiden Morales will serve as line leader. Morales was diagnosed with tricuspid atresia before birth and now at 10, he recently won the 2014 ACE All-Star for raising money for Children's Miracle Network. 

FOX SPORTS ARIZONA/SANDERSON FORD KIDKASTER AUDITIONS: The D-backs will host Kidkaster auditions in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot from 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Each month, one lucky kid will have the opportunity to work in the FOX Sports booth for a half-inning, Arizona Sports 98.7 FM booth for a portion of the game and work as the PA announcer during the second inning when the D-backs are up to bat. The KidKaster winner will also get a tour of the FOX Sports Arizona production truck, appear on the pregame show and interview a D-backs player. For more information, visit online at www.kidkaster.com.

COLD STONE KIDS SUNDAYS: Each Sunday home game, one winner is selected to deliver the lineup card to the umpires with a D-backs coach before the game and deliver Cold Stone Ice Cream to the D-backs' broadcast booths. Winners are selected from applications that can be picked up at a local Cold Stone Creamery location.

National Anthem: ASU Desert Bones Trombone Choir
Ceremonial First Pitch: Dr. Jason Hill, on behalf of Smile Generation 

COMMUNITY EVENTS     

D-BACKS PLAYERS TO VISIT PHOENIX CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL - Aug. 26: D-backs players David Peralta, Chase Anderson, Ender Inciarte and Tuffy Gosewisch are scheduled to visit kids at Phoenix Children's Hospital from 11 a.m. - noon. 

THROWBACK BLEACHER CREATURE AVAILABLE: The Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) and Paul Goldschmidt have launched a third "Bleacher Creature" that will be available beginning this homestand. The "Bleacher Creature" program was launched earlier this season and due to popular demand, fans can now choose between three Bleacher Creature plush dolls that feature Goldschmidt in the D-backs Home (White) Uniform, the D-backs Sedona Red uniform, or the D-backs Black Alternate Uniform (1998-2000). Fans that make a $44 tax-deductible donation to Goldy's Fund 4 Kids, can choose between the three Goldschmidt Bleacher Creatures. To make a donation and receive the one-of-a-kind Bleacher Creature, visit dbacks.com/goldyfund or visit the Chase Field Team Shop. Fans that make a $44 tax-deductible donation will also receive $10 off a D-backs adjustable cap at the Chase Field Team Shop for a limited time. 

D-BACKS SCHOOL CHALLENGE presented by UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX: The D-backs and University of Phoenix will give away $150,000 to benefit schools across Arizona. Thirty schools will be selected and will receive $5,000 to help improve their school. The deadline to apply is Sept. 30. Schools can apply for the grant online at www.dbacks.com/schoolchallenge.

GOING GONZO WITH CENTURYLINK: The D-backs, CenturyLink and Luis Gonzalez have teamed up to highlight non-profit community organizations for their outstanding efforts in serving youth. During a pregame ceremony each month, the winning non-profit will be recognized and presented with a $4,000 grant to continue their efforts. Nominations are now being accepted at www.dbacks.com/goinggonzo. 

D-BACKS BASEBALL ACADEMY YOUTH CLINICS: D-backs Baseball Academy coaches will host two free clinics for kids at Futures Field located in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot at each D-backs home game starting one hour before first pitch and at the end of the fourth inning.

TICKET SPECIALS    

TICKET OFFER WITH KFYI: Fans can join Barry, Jim, Mike and the entire KFYI crew at the game on Aug. 22 in a special section for only $5.50. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/kfyi. 

D-BACKS GROUPON OFFER: Groupon subscribers can enjoy discounts of 20-50 percent off regular ticket prices for games on Aug. 26-27 and Aug. 29-31 by logging on to www.dbacks.com/groupon.   

D-BACKS SEASON TICKET HOLDER PRIZE VAULT: The D-backs Renewal Prize Vault is back by popular demand. More than 500 randomly selected Season Ticket Holders who renew their 2015 season tickets will win. Prizes include free parking for the 2015 season, suites and autographed memorabilia.

SINGLE-GAME TICKETS: D-backs single-game tickets start at just $10 on select gamedays and are available online at dbacks.com/tickets, by phone at 602.514.8400 and in person at the Chase Field Ticket Office, Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and on non-gameday Saturdays from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.

D-BACKS VALUE PACK: The $21 package includes one bleacher or $19 Infield Reserve ticket, one hot dog or SUBWAY sandwich, 24-ounce Pepsi and a coupon for a free SUBWAY® Restaurants cookie. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/value.

ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT SEATS: Located in the Diamond Level, tickets range from $34-$40 and include unlimited hot dogs, chips, popcorn, peanuts, Pepsi products and Aquafina water. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/ayce.

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