Last night it was Monday Night Football and Wolverine, and tonight it is Spider-Man and Triple-A Baseball. As part of the relationship with the ball club, Marvel will be giving away copies of Marvel Adventures Spider-Man, Marvel Adventures Iron Man, and Marvel Adventures Hulk during tonights World Series of Triple-A Baseball (ESPN2, check your local listing).

But that’s not all! Fans will also receive limited edition Amazing Spider-Man Thunder Sticks, featuring dynamic Spider-Man art and the comic shop locator number, to help direct new fans to comic stores nationwide!

During one of the inning breaks, an ESPN reporter will stand amongst the crowd and discuss Marvel’s partnership with Minor League Baseball as well as some upcoming Marvel comic books.

So when do we get to see Marvel cross promoting Excalibur and Cricket, the Fantastic Four with the Nobel Peace Prize, or the Ultimate line with the Ultimate Fighting Championship?

via Marvel

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  1. September 18, 2007 at 6:16 pm — Reply

    Said it once, say it again. Quesada is a master of pimp.

  2. mosdef
    September 18, 2007 at 7:25 pm — Reply

    speaking of spider-ball, why havent their been any reviews of SPIDER-MAN:ONE MORE DAY!!!!!, PLEASE REVIEW, FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THAT IS SPIDER-HAM!!!

  3. Mark I.
    September 18, 2007 at 7:56 pm — Reply

    So, any good Barry Bonds/Hulk jokes?

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