Biggest Fireworks Show in Fisher Cats History Coming July 4

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MANCHESTER, NH — The New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays Double-A affiliate) are set to host the Reading Fightin’ Phils (Philadelphia Phillies) in a five-game homestand from July 4-8, highlighted by the biggest Fireworks show in Fisher Cats history, and “What Could Have Been” Day featuring the Granite State Mountain Men.

The Fisher Cats’ group of All-Stars has helped New Hampshire (47-34) hang on to first place in the Eastern League for the majority of the season, with five Granite State standouts heading to Trenton, N.J. for the Midsummer Classic on July 10.
Bo Bichette, 20, continues to be a steady presence near the top of New Hampshire’s lineup and is one of the circuit’s most durable players. The #2 Blue Jays prospect appeared in 79 of 81 games for the ‘Cats to lead all Eastern League players, and is the top base thief with 26 stolen bags. His 61 runs scored are second in the league.
Cavan Biggio, 23, has been the biggest surprise of the bunch. He leads the league with 16 home runs and 61 RBI and has been named the #19 Blue Jays prospect after starting the season outside of MLB.com’s Top 30.
Jonathan Davis, 26, is in the midst of a breakout campaign and has earned his first all-star selection in six professional seasons. He leads the active roster with a .300 average and is the top run-scorer in the circuit with 64. His 22 doubles also pace the Eastern League.
Jordan Romano, 25, shot off to an incredible start, winning eight consecutive decisions to cement himself on the league leaderboard. The #27 Blue Jays prospect keeps hitters guessing; opponents are batting .203 against him, the third-lowest among all pitchers in the league.
T.J. Zeuch, 22, has shown why the Blue Jays took him as the 21st overall pick two years ago. The #9 Toronto farmhand has already earned Eastern League Pitcher of the Week honors for an eight-inning, two-hit shutout performance and most recently blanked Trenton on five hits over seven stanzas on July 1.
Those five and the rest of the Fisher Cats are back in town for their final homestand before the All-Star Break.
Tickets are available now at nhfishercats.com, 603-641-2005 or the Fisher Cats box office, located at One Line Drive in Manchester.
For media requests, contact Tyler Murray at tmurray@nhfishercats.com.
A list of promotional events and giveaways can be found below.
Fisher Cats vs. Reading Fightin Phils (Phillies): Wednesday, July 4 – Sunday, July 8

Wednesday, July 4 @ 7:05 p.m. – NH 

Lottery’s Megabucks Mega Blast Fireworks Extravaganza
What’s more American than fireworks and baseball in honor of our nation’s birthday? Stick around after the game for the NH Lottery’s Megabucks MEGA-BLAST Atlas Fireworks Extravaganza, the biggest show in Fisher Cats History!
 
Thursday, July 5 @ 7:05 p.m. – Robert Hight NHRA Funny Car Champion Bobblehead Giveaway + Thirsty Thursday
The first 1,000 fans will receive a Robert Hight – NHRA Funny Car Champion – Bobblehead, presented by AAA. Robert Hight will be in attendance to sign autographs, and fans can check out Joey Logano’s show car! $3 Domestics and $4 Import drafts – 12oz – will be available at the 1st & 3rd Base Concession Stands as part of Thirsty Thursday.
Friday, July 6 @ 7:05 p.m. – Atlas Fireworks
Friday night baseball AND Atlas Fireworks courtesy of Hyundai!
Saturday, July 7 @ 7:05 p.m. – Margaritaville Night + Parrothead Fireworks + Noche Latina
Take a holiday and join the Fisher Cats as we set sail for Margaritaville! Kick back, grab a tropical drink, and enjoy a cheeseburger in this ballpark paradise. Jimmy Buffett’s greatest hits will have you Havana Daydreamin’ all game long, and you won’t want to miss the Parrothead-Approved Atlas Fireworks Show after the final out.
We will also celebrate Latino heritage and culture at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium with a Liga Latina de New England All-Star Softball game at 2 p.m., followed by live music from Luis De Fama & Zona De Calle on the Eastern Propane & Oil Stage.
Sunday, July 8 @ 1:35 p.m. – What Could Have Been? Day + Replica Jersey Giveaway + Kids Run The Bases
Ever wonder what could have been? We ask that question as the Fisher Cats take the field as the Granite State Mountain Men, one of the finalists in the 2004 ‘Name the Team’ Contest. The team will be wearing limited-edition jerseys and Old Man of the Mountain hats. The first 1,000 fans will receive a replica Mountain Men jersey thanks to Powerade! Kids get to run the bases after the final out, too.
For tickets to these games or any others throughout the 2018 season, CLICK HERE or visit the box office at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.