Mark your calendars, baseball season is almost in full swing.


Minor league baseball team, the Round Rock Express, has released its home schedule for the 2020 season, including fan-friendly events.


During the season, fans will have the chance to participate in drives benefiting local schools and organizations, attend post game concerts and bring their furry four-legged friends along to the games.


Community nights, dog-friendly games and Chupacabras - OH MY! Tickets and details for these 23 dates can be found at https://t.co/oNVLb2wT87. pic.twitter.com/A2l5LoJaFZ

— Round Rock Express (@RRExpress) February 13, 2020

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Here are some of the events the Round Rock Express has lined up for the 2020 season:


April 9: Opening Day — First 2,500 fans to arrive will receive a 2019 Astros American League champions replica ring.


April 11: Spazmatics Postgame Concert — First 3,000 fans to arrive will receive a Round Rock Express cap. The


April 13: Education Day — The Dell Diamond will be revamped into a classroom with exhibits covering subjects like science, history and math. College admission officers and recruiters will also be in attendance for the game.


April 22: Deaf Awareness Night — All proceeds for the game will benefit the Texas School for the Deaf.


April 23: Pints & Pups — The first of six where fans can bring their pups to this dog-friendly game.


April 24: Star Wars Night — The Bud Light Friday Fireworks show will be set to play songs from the Star Wars films.


April 25: Nolan Ryan Bobblehead Giveaway — First 2,500 fans to arrive will receive a Nolan Ryan bobblehead.


April 26: Reading Day for Spike’s Reading Program — The minor league team will hold a book drive benefiting Carver Elementary School. Those who donate will receive a voucher to exchange for two reserved tickets to a Sunday-Thursday regular season 2020 game.


April 27: Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Day — All proceeds for the game will benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society.


Tickets for the upcoming season are on sale now.