Ole Miss Baseball Promotions

Inning Promotions:

1st Inning

-Jimmy Johns Freaky Fast Inning-One lucky fan can win a $50 gift card if the Rebels steal a base in the bottom of the 1st inning.

2nd Inning

-Rebel Rags Double Your Dollars- In the top of the 2nd inning one fan can win a $25 gift card if the Rebel defense turns a double play. In the bottom of the 2nd the same fan can double their dollars and win another $25 gift card if the Rebels hit a double or better in that inning.

3rd Inning

- Neilson's 300 Third-One lucky fan can win up to $300 from Neilson's. If the Rebels leadoff hitter gets a single they win $100, a double gets $200, and a triple or Homerun gets $300.

4th Inning

-Oxford Floral Homerun Inning-If the Rebels hit a homerun in the bottom of the 4th one lucky winner gets a $100 gift card to Oxford Floral.

5th Inning

-Chic Fil a Row of Champions-In the top of the 5th Inning one lucky row will win a coupon for a free chicken sandwich from Chic Fil a.

5th Inning

-Oxford T-shirt Company T Shirt Toss-T-shirts are tossed into different sections of Swayze Field.

6th Inning

-Hunter's Hollow Ducks on the Pond-If the Rebels load the bases in the 6th inning one lucky fan will win a gift card worth $50 compliments of Hunter's Hollow.

8th Inning

-University Sporting Goods Sit Em' Down-If the Rebels retire the opposing team in order one fan will win a $50 gift card to University Sporting Goods.

8th Inning

-Texaco Star of the Game-One super fan will be chosen at each game to win a $50 gas card compliments of Chevron with Techron.

Weekend Promotions: *Subject to Change

*Tuesday Feb. 21

-Opening Night-Celebrate Fat Tuesday-Ole Miss beads for first 2500 fans.

March 2-4-Miami Series-


*All Weekend-Free Ole Miss baseball posters and schedule cards
Sunday-Kids run the bases compliments of Belles and Beaus

March 16-18-Auburn-Opening SEC weekend


Sunday-Ole Miss baseball cards Set #1 for first 500 fans. (Set includes: Tanner Mathis, Will Allen, Zach Kirksey, Sikes Orvis, Tanner Bailey, Senquez Golson, and Tyler Roach)
Sunday-Kids run the bases compliments of Belles and Beaus

Autograph Alley-Kids can stay after the Sunday game and get autographs from all the players and coaches. They may enter on the 3rd base side of the grand stands and are encouraged to stay between the stands and the foul line.

March 30-April 1-Florida


Friday-Ole Miss Baseball Pennants for first 500 fans
Saturday-Rebel's 1-Year Birthday Party. Free cake for kids.
Sunday- Ole Miss baseball cards Set #2 for first 500 fans (Set includes: Will Jamison, Chase Reeves, Hawtin Buchanan, Jon Andy Scott, Bobby Wahl, Dylan Chavez, and Brett Huber)
Sunday-Kids run the bases compliments of Belles and Beaus

Autograph Alley-Kids can stay after the Sunday game and get autographs from all the players and coaches. They may enter on the 3rd base side of the grand stands and are encouraged to stay between the stands and the foul line.

April 20-22-Arkansas-sponsored by Baptist Hospital North Mississippi


Friday-Concert in the Grove after game-Gavin DeGraw and Craig Morgan
Saturday-Grove Bowl Saturday
Sunday-Ole Miss baseball cards Set #3 for first 500 fans. (Set includes: John Gatlin, Chris Ellis, Jake Overbey, Andrew Mistone, Austin Bousfield, Alex Yarbrough, and Austin Knight)
Sunday-Kids run the bases compliments of Belles and Beaus

Autograph Alley-Kids can stay after the Sunday game and get autographs from all the players and coaches. They may enter on the 3rd base side of the grand stands and are encouraged to stay between the stands and the foul line.

May 4-6- LSU- Armed Forces Weekend


Saturday-Mini American Flags to first 4000 fans. Special thanks in 7th inning.
Sunday-Ole Miss baseball cards Set #4 for first 500 fans. (Set includes: Blake Newalu, Aaron Greenwood, Austin Anderson, Blair Wright, Matt Snyder, Scott Weathersby, and Rebel)

Autograph Alley-Kids can stay after the Sunday game and get autographs from all the players and coaches. They may enter on the 3rd base side of the grand stands and are encouraged to stay between the stands and the foul line.

May 11-13- Tennessee-Kids Weekend


Friday-Ole Miss Baseball welcomes the Boys and Girls Clubs and Boys and Girl Scouts
Saturday-Ole Miss Baseball Camper Appreciation Day-All former campers can wear camper t-shirt and get in free.
Sunday-Youth League day. Any child wearing a youth league jersey will get in free.
Sunday-Ole Miss baseball cards Set #5 for first 500 fans. (Set includes: Preston Overbey, Sam Smith, Josh Laxer, Mike Mayers, R.J. Hively, and Casey Mulholland)

Autograph Alley-Kids can stay after the Sunday game and get autographs from all the players and coaches. They may enter on the 3rd base side of the grand stands and are encouraged to stay between the stands and the foul line.

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