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Sponsorships, Promotions
Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 11 June 2010 15:15
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Hard as it may be to believe, the forever-youthful, baseball-loving Peanuts gang turns 60 this year. It was October 2, 1950, when cartoonist Charles Schulz first introduced his comic strip featuring the wise and witty child philosophers who would become global icons within a few short years. To celebrate this momentous occasion, numerous events are being held across the globe, including a variety of Major League Baseball events that celebrate the Peanuts characters’ (perhaps-unrequited) love of the game. In addition, a myriad of special Peanuts books, tees, plush and memorabilia can help fans savor the joy of the anniversary for years to come.

Major League Baseball teams including the San Francisco Giants, Detroit Tigers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and Minnesota Twins are also on board and will host 60th anniversary days with various activities including bobblehead giveaways and other Peanuts-themed activities. All nine Cedar Point locations will celebrate with themed parties at each park. Hallmark, the exclusive destination for Peanuts 60th anniversary product such as plush, giftware and Keepsakes ornaments, will feature Peanuts prominently throughout the year.

Whether you’re a dogged Snoopy devotee, a Linus lover or Charlie Brown champion, you’ll find a special way to celebrate—from ballpark outings to gift-collecting and much more.


Go to Bat for Peanuts!

Charles Schulz loved baseball—and so does the Peanuts gang. Though Charlie Brown’s hapless team may not ever win a game, dozens of “Peanuts” comic strips find them out in the ballpark fielding flies (and, sadly, dropping them) and throwing witticisms from the outfield. This summer, Major League Baseball teams around the country are hosting special Peanuts Anniversary events:

June 13—San Francisco

San Francisco Giants vs Oakland A’s

AT&T Park

1:05 p.m.

Lucy serves as guest of honor for “Girl’sDay!” when the team honors female athletes from the Bay Area. The first 20,000 guests will receive a Lucy bobblehead.

June 20 (Father’s Day)—Detroit

Detroit Tigers vs Arizona Diamondbacks

Comerica Park

1:05 p.m.

“Every Kid, Every Sunday.” Snoopy throws out the first pitch and every kid in attendance receives a Charlie Brown bobblehead.

June 26—Anaheim, California

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs Colorado Rockies

Angel Stadium

7:05 p.m.

“Peanuts 60th Anniversary Angels Snoopy Bobblehead courtesy of Knott’s Berry Farm Camp Snoopy.”  Snoopy helps throw out the first pitch, and all kids ages 2–18 receive a Snoopy bobblehead.

August 8—Cleveland, Ohio

Minnesota Twins vs Cleveland Indians

Progressive Field


Peanuts costumed characters from Cedar Point will be at the game

August 15—St. Paul, Minnesota

Minnesota Twins vs Oakland A’s

Target Field

1:10 p.m.

A special occasion in Charles Schulz’s hometown, where Charlie Brown’s dreams of baseball glory were born! Event details will be forthcoming.

Maury BrownMaury Brown is the Founder and President of the Business of Sports Network, which includes The Biz of Baseball, The Biz of Football, The Biz of Basketball and The Biz of Hockey, as well as a contributor to Forbes SportsMoney blog. He is available for hire or freelance. Brown's full bio is here. He looks forward to your comments via email and can be contacted through the Business of Sports Network.

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