New NL title rings added to Astros giveaways to all fans

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Monday, August 5, 2019
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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- There were a lot of highly-coveted items that have found new homes with Astros fans. Now, the remaining most sought-after Minute Maid Park giveaways this season will go to every person going through the gates on game days.

Here are the remaining giveaways set for the 2019 Astros season:

Aug. 6 vs. Colorado: Topps baseball cards for all fans, presented by Topps; Zack Greinke "Welcome to Houston" T-shirt for all fans

Aug. 19 vs. Detroit Tigers: Craig Biggio 2005 NL Championship replica rings for all fans, presented by Gallery Furniture

Aug. 21 vs. Detroit Tigers: Josh Reddick 'On-Base' Bobblehead, presented by Veritex Community Banks, for all fans

Sept. 7 vs. Seattle: Justin Verlander bobblehead for all fans

Sept. 9 vs. Oakland Athletics: Jeff Bagwell 2005 NL Championship replica rings for all fans, presented by Gallery Furniture

Sept. 18 vs. Texas Rangers: Michael Brantley Bobblehead for all fans

Sept. 21 vs. Los Angeles Angels: Carlos Correa 'Puerto Rico Flag' Bobblehead for all fans, in honor of Hispanic Heritage month celebrated at Minute Maid Park the weekend of Sept. 20-22

Sept. 22 vs. Los Angeles Angels: Team poster and 2020 schedule for the first 10,000 fans

In addition, the Astros added its brand new "T-Shirt Tuesday" promotion, which offers an exclusive designed tee for sale during home games that fall on a Tuesday.

Other regular promotions have returned, including Dollar Dog Night, which falls on Tuesdays; Friday Night Fireworks; Friday pregame happy hour; and Kids Run the Bases Sundays.

Full details of the promotions can be found at the Astros website.

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