Frisco RoughRiders Unveil ‘Rougie’s Red PUNCH’ Mixed Drink

Frisco RoughRiders New Teddy LogoPRESS RELEASE – The Frisco RoughRiders, the Double-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers, are winding up for a thirst-quenching haymaker with the introduction of “Rougie’s Red PUNCH.”

The new alcoholic energy drink, named in recognition of former RoughRider Rougned Odor‘s iconic punch in Sunday’s Rangers game, will be available for a limited time at Dr Pepper Ballpark’s Bull Moose Saloon beginning this upcoming weekend when the RoughRiders host the San Antonio Missions beginning Friday, May 20.

Frisco RoughRiders Rougies Red Punch

The beverage is the perfect blend of ingredients made as an homage to Odor, who played for the Riders in parts of 2013 and 2014. It contains fruit punch (in honor of his prodigious right hook), an energy drink (perfect for those looking to embody Odor’s ferocious and frenetic style of play), and a secret ingredient from Odor’s native Venezuela (Rougie’s Red PUNCH will be available to fans 21-and-older only!).

“Odor is a feisty, energetic player, and we have come up the perfect drink to honor him,” said RoughRiders Executive Vice President and General Manager Jason Dambach. “Rougie’s Red PUNCH will punch you in the mouth with great flavor and an intense energy burst.”

Rougie’s Red PUNCH will be served out of a punch bowl, of course, and sold in limited edition souvenir 12 oz. cups, as a tribute to Odor’s number (12). Cups of Rougie’s Red PUNCH will be sold at the price of $5.15, commemorating the date of Odor’s ascension to the pantheon of Texas Rangers’ lore.

Tickets for all games during the upcoming homestand and the rest of the season are available now online at RidersBaseball.com, via email at info@ridersbaseball.com, over the phone at (972) 731-9200, or in-person at the RoughRiders box office. The RoughRiders host 70 games through Labor Day, September 5.

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One response to “Frisco RoughRiders Unveil ‘Rougie’s Red PUNCH’ Mixed Drink

  1. pretty neat… surprised not to see a post on the Binghamton(Double A) name the team finalists. STUD MUFFINS!

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