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12 LGBT Nights at MLB games during this June’s Pride Month

More than half the league has a Pride Night this season.

Chicago Cubs v Washington Nationals
The Washington Nationals host one of the largest LGBT Pride Nights in MLB.
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This year over a third of the teams in Major League Baseball will host an LGBT community night at one of their home games during Pride month, and over the season more than half will do so.

LGBT Pride Nights have been taking place at MLB games for almost two decades, with some events drawing thousands.

Here’s the rundown for this year’s Pride Month:

Tuesday, June 6

Detroit Tigers - The 3rd annual event is a Detroit Regional LGBT Chamber fundraiser

Oakland Athletics - Attendees receive free parking, admission to a pregame party and a special A’s Pride scarf.

Friday, June 9

Boston Red Sox - The New Hampshire Gay Men’s Chorus will sing the Star-Spangled Banner before the game.

Los Angeles Dodgers - Organized by Erik Braverman and highlighting various LGBT people in sports who have come out.

Tampa Bay Rays - Attendees receive a special Rays Pride tumbler.

Tuesday, June 13

Washington Nationals - Team DC is expecting 3,500 attendees, with proceeds going to their student-athlete scholarships.

Friday, June 16

Colorado Rockies - The first LGBT Night in over a decade with the Rockies, Outsports is hosting with One Colorado (Promo code: PRIDE).

Saturday, June 17

New York Mets - Part of the proceeds go to the LGBT Network and its Safe Schools Initiative to stop bullying in Long Island and Queens.

Thursday, June 22

Seattle Mariners - Attendees receive a Pride Night hat and can a pregame event at the ballpark.

Friday, June 23

Atlanta Braves - The Braves’ LGBT Night features a pregame party and postgame fireworks.

Monday, June 26

San Francisco Giants - Attendees will receive a special LGBT Giants scarf.

Tuesday, June 27

Arizona Diamondbacks - The team will host a special reception before the game, among other elements.

The rest of the season

Various other teams are hosting LGBT community events outside of Pride Month, including: Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres and St. Louis Cardinals.

If we missed your MLB LGBT Pride Night during Pride this year, please let us know in the comments below.