Here Are The MLB Teams That Will Be Giving Their Fans The Most (And Best) Freebies This Season

Which MLB Teams Give Away Most Best Freebies

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One of the fun things about attending a Major League Baseball game (especially considering the cost) is when teams break down and decide to give us fans something “free” in the form of cool giveaways. (As if we didn’t actually pay for it, right?)

Still, you kind of feel like you came away with a little something extra for your money when an MLB team gifts you a bobblehead, a blanket, a jersey or a cap, don’t you?

So to help you score the most, and best, “free” giveaways this coming Major League Baseball season, the folks over at Custom Ink, did a new analysis that reveals specifically which MLB teams will treat their fans best with giveaways and special event nights this upcoming season.

In the study, the promotional schedule for each team’s home games were compiled and analyzed. Teams were then ranked in terms of number of giveaways, number of free jerseys, number of free bobbleheads, most kid-friendly, and more. Got it? Good.

Here are some insights:

• The teams with the highest count of individual giveaways are the Cardinals (49), Dodgers (42), Cubs (41), Pirates (39), and Mets (35).

• Teams in the National League give away 28.07 free items during the season on average — 11 percent more than teams in the American League (25.33 items).

• The most kid-friendly teams, based on count of kids giveaways or events, are the Padres (47 promos), the Pirates (28), and the Brewers (24).

• The Dodgers and Rangers give fans the most bobbleheads (12 giveaway days), while the Angels dole out the most jerseys (8 giveaway days).

Check out the rest of the results of their study below and you’ll know where to go to snag the most “free” swag this MLB season.









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