Trash Pandas Blast Off

Trash Pandas connect with the local industry with custom jerseys and more.

Amazing threads for the players highlight this noteworthy promotional night in Madison.

The Rocket City Trash Pandas have a strong connection to space due to their location and name. Based in Madison, Alabama, they are a Minor League Baseball team playing in the Southern League. The name “Trash Pandas” is a colloquial term for raccoons, which are known for their curious and adaptive nature. The choice of this unique name pays homage to the region’s strong ties to space exploration, as Madison is situated near the renowned U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville. The city has a long history of aerospace research and development, earning it the nickname “Rocket City.” Through their name, the Rocket City Trash Pandas celebrate the city’s contribution to space exploration and its pioneering spirit in the field of aerospace technology.

  • Join us for Space Night one of two! The first 1,500 adults 18 and older will receive a Space T-Shirt upon arrival.

And of course its also Ladies Night….ladies love astronauts.

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