Field and stream will meet bat and ball on Saturday as Outdoor Channel HD celebrates its rollout on Comcast systems serving Atlanta.
Outdoor Channel is hosting "Fields & Reels Outdoorsman Night" on Aug. 20 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Turner Field, prior to the Braves hosting the National League West-leading Arizona Diamondbacks.
Willie Robertson, star of Outdoor Channel's Buck Commander Protected by Under Armour and Benelli Presents Duck Commander, will headline the event with appearances by former Braves players, including Ryan Klesko, to celebrate the night with area hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts. In partnership with Comcast's Xfinity, the network will offer activities and prizes at a co-branded booth at the stadium's Monument Grove area. Tickets for the Braves-Diamondbacks game are available at a discounted price via the promo code: OUTDOOR at www.braves.com/outdoorsman.
Outdoor Channel HD is now available in Atlanta on Xfinity Channel 758 as part of Comcast's digital preferred and sports and entertainment tiers.
Buck Commander is a reality-based TV show that follows Willie, aka "Boss Hogg," and current and former Major League Baseball players Chipper Jones, Ryan Langerhans, Adam LaRoche and Tom "Tombo" Martin from batting practice to bow practice and from in-the-field to the outfield. Every episode highlights the camaraderie, comedy and antics of the six co-owners of the Buck Commander company, where the end of baseball season is only the beginning.
Benelli Presents Duck Commander takes viewers behind the scenes of the Duck Commander Company and invites them to meet the Robertsons - the first family of duck hunting. Hidden away in the Louisiana backwater the Duckmen have remained illusive and mysterious for three decades. Benelli provides a glimpse of the action as the Robertsons hunt through the season while staking their claim as the world's greatest duck hunters.
Buck Commander Protected by Under Armour airs on Saturdays at 10: a.m. (ET) and Benelli Presents Duck Commander airs on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 5 p.m.