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The Diamondbacks To Host “Pride Night” vs. Giants

PHOENIX — In celebration of Pride Month, the D-backs will host Pride Night tomorrow at the D-backs vs. Giants game at Chase Field.

Fans are able to purchase a Pride Pack, which includes a rainbow-themed D-backs branded shirt and a ticket to the game. Pride Pack purchasers will also be able to take part in a pregame parade around the field, led by local social media influencers Matt Jacobi and Nick Caprio.  For more information, and to purchase the Pride Pack, visit

Tomorrow night, Dutch Bros will feature the Double Rainbro drink at locations within the ballpark and Absolut will serve up the “Need to Calm Down Cooler,” featuring Absolut Mandarin, pineapple juice, cranberry juice and lemonade and will be available at all liquor portables. The pre-game party in the Coors Light Strike Zone from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m., will include a free tasting of “Reveal Pale Ale” from Hop Valley. The D-backs will also sell slices of rainbow cake at the Sweet Treats portable in section 315 throughout the game. In addition, the Chase Field Team Shop will have a variety of rainbow-themed items, including a T-shirt and men’s tank top from State Forty-Eight, ladies T-shirts, adjustable caps, souvenir baseball, pin, keychain, magnet and a patch.

The D-backs will recognize Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Central Arizona, one·n·ten, and Safe Out AZ to raise awareness for LGBTQ teens during a special pregame ceremony. The Phoenix Metropolitan Men’s Chorus will sing the national anthem.

Fans can also enjoy a post-game fireworks show, presented by Gila River Hotels & Casinos. For more information about Pride Night, visit

Paul Cicala

Paul Cicala is a 2-time winner of the prestigious”Edward R. Murrow Award” for his reporting/anchoring in news & sports. Paul Cicala has also been nominated for multiple EMMY’s. Cicala has won the “Best Sportscaster” category in Tucson the last 3 years (voted on by readers of “Tucson Weekly”). Cicala is a native Tucsonan who specialized in border stories during his earlier career as a news reporter in this market, and now concentrates mainly on sports stories (with an occasional special report and/or feature story on life in Tucson & the Sonoran Desert).

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