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Sun Devil Baseball closes out historic Packard Stadium with the final four home games of the season. The Sun Devils will host Utah May 16–18, 2014, and then say goodbye to Packard Stadium with the final home game on Tuesday, May 20, at 6:30 p.m. Be sure to come out and “Tip your Cap” to an old friend one last time.

Sun Devil Baseball: The Final Games at Packard Stadium
Friday, May 16, 6:30 p.m.
Friday will also mark the final “Friday Night Fireworks” of the 2014 season. Bring the family and enjoy a post-game fireworks show themed with popular songs from 1974 & 2014 as we celebrate the final weekend in historic Packard Stadium.

Saturday, May 17, 6:30 p.m.
Saturday will be the final Papa John’s Baseball Bingo of 2014. Pick up your bingo card at the sales table just inside the main gates of Packard Stadium. Up to 300 Papa John’s bingo cards will be handed out each Saturday, and we will award up to 5 winners per a game.

Sunday, May 18,  12:30 p.m.
The Sun Devils will play their final Pac-12 game in Packard Stadium on Sunday afternoon with “Kids Sunday.” All kids 12 and under will be allowed to run the bases on Winkles Field after the game. Also, select 2014 Sun Devil Baseball players will be available post game to sign autographs on the concourse down the third base line at Packard Stadium.

Tuesday, May 20, 6:30 p.m.
The Sun Devils will play their final game in historic Packard Stadium. We will say good bye to our home over the last 40 years and look towards the future as we remember Sun Devil Baseball at Winkles Field-Brock Ballpark- Packard Stadium. To celebrate the final game in Packard Stadium we will give away 750 posters celebrating the “40 years of Sun Devil Baseball in Packard Stadium.” Be sure to arrive early and get your poster from the final game in historic Packard Stadium. Finally, all fans in attendance will be welcomed onto the outfield grass post-game to take a photo on the field celebrating the final game in historic Packard Stadium.

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