Out of the Park Activities for R Fans
So you’ve already done all your homework for the next two months, played alone outside, watched every Disney movie ever made and you just don’t know what to do next? Look no further, friend. On this page, the Tacoma Rainiers have activities that’ll have you up to your ears in coloring book pages, videos, baseball lessons and even some puzzles for a rainy day.
The Rainiers will keep adding fun stuff to this page, so check back in every now and then. Rhubarb and the team can’t wait to see you at Cheney Stadium, but until we can hang out again, these things should help pass the time.
Always together, We R Tacoma.
Always Together, We R Tacoma
Brave women and men in Tacoma are working to #KickCOVID and are inspiring us today so that we can bring joy tomorrow. Think about who is inspiring you while we wait to get back to Cheney Stadium.
Always Together, We R Tacoma.
Q&A with the Rainiers
While you’ve been staying home, so have your favorite baseball players. With games on hold, we caught up with current and former Tacoma Rainiers to learn what exercises they’re doing to stay in shape, what games they’re playing to stay entertained, and what dishes they’re cooking up to keep their bodies in tip top shape while in shelter.
“Recently, my mom has been kicking my butt in Backgammon so I think the competitive side makes me want to keep coming back from more… even though she’s too dominant.” – Darren McCaughan on what game’s he’s playing in quarantine
“Standing out in the outfield warming the pitcher up as the fans are starting to roll in and the atmosphere is starting to grow is always one of my favorite parts of the day.” – Joe Odom on his favorite memories from Cheney Stadium
“I would have to go with Braden Bishop. He’s been one of my closest friends in baseball. We’ve lived together for the past few years and the dude can cook and make the best cup of coffee out there.” – Tim Lopes on which teammate he would want to be quarantined with
Read The Full Q&A with Tim Lopes
“Onward, Just Mercy, The Hunt, Serenity, The Invisible Man, The Way Back, Downhill, The Gentlemen, Ballers, Westworld, Ozark, Friends, The Righteous Gemstones, Tiger King, and The Office.” – Dan Altavilla on what he’s watching in quarantine
“Throwing my 8-inning no-hit bid last year. Wish I would have gotten to go out for the 9th, but it was a great memory nonetheless.” – Anthony Misiewicz on his favorite Rainiers memory
R Educational Resources
Heroes of R City Coloring Book
From Super Rhu to Doctor Dirt, all of the Heroes of R City work tirelessly behind the scenes to make your experience at Cheney Stadium an unforgettable one.
Whether you’re looking to download the entire Heroes of R City Coloring Book or your favorite R City character, we’ve got a enough fun to keep you and the whole family entertained all quarantine long.
We can’t wait to see what you come up with, Tacoma.
For additional printables and activities that connect you to Cheney Stadium, head on over to R Kids Corner. We’ve got word searches, mazes, connect the dots and more.
About the Tacoma Rainiers
The Tacoma Rainiers, Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. Tacoma has been a member of the Pacific Coast League since Cheney Stadium opened in 1960, and has been a Mariners affiliate since establishing the Rainiers moniker in 1995.
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More information on social distancing and how to prevent the spread of Covid-19 can be found at Tacoma-Pierce County Health. The most up-to-date information on how COVID-19 is affecting events at Cheney Stadium can be found here.