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Trash Pandas, Biscuits final game rained out; Rocket City will be away until July 20

MADISON – Sunday night’s game between the Rocket City Trash Pandas and Montgomery Biscuits originally scheduled for 6:35 p.m. from Toyota Field has been cancelled due to rain.

The game will not be made up because the Biscuits and Trash Pandas do not play each other for the remainder of the season.

Tickets from Sunday’s game can be exchanged for a ticket of equal or lesser value for any future 2021 Rocket City Trash Pandas home game, subject to availability. Tickets must be exchanged in person at the Trash Pandas’ ticket office located at Toyota Field. Parking will be refunded by Clutch!.

Rocket City returns home to begin a season-long 12-game homestand from July 20-August 1. The homestand features a Commemorative Glass on July 20, an Adult Baseball Cap giveaway on July 22, our Negro Leagues Celebration on July 27, 90s night including a jersey auction on July 29, as well as four fireworks shows.

While the Trash Pandas are on the road, fans can still come to Toyota Field for movie night on Saturday, July 17 at 5:30 p.m. for a showing of Raya and the Last Dragon. Fans can sit in the outfield and enjoy the movie on our HD video board. Tickets from Sunday’s Trash Pandas game can not be exchanged for tickets to movie night.

Tickets to both movie night and all Trash Pandas home games are available at trashpandasbaseball.com.

The Trash Pandas (28-30) hit the road to begin a six-game series with the Birmingham Barons on Tuesday night. First pitch from Regions Field is scheduled for 7:05 p.m. Josh Caray will be on the call for 103.9 FM THE UMP and 730 AM SportsRadio.

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