Every Sunday throughout the baseball season, the Tigers host their Salute to the Troops promotional games in honor of all the brave men and women who serve to preserve and protect our freedoms both home and abroad.
For each game, the Tigers don their camouflage jerseys, a tradition started in 2009. In addition, every Sunday home game offers a military theme in support of the troops, from the video board all the way to the music played.
Prior to the first pitch at each Sunday home game, on-field presentations take place such as the presentation of the colors and honorary first pitches from local heros.
Admission to all Sunday home games is free for all military personnel.
Beginning in 2009, the Tigers were one of the first collegiate teams in the nation to put together a Salute the Troops celebration as they hosted five games in its first season of action.
Wearing the camo jerseys for the first time, Pacific honored the heros of the armed forces first on March 16, 2009, defeating Houston 10-2 at Klein Family Field. The Tigers would host four more Salute the Troops games that season.