An Alabama minor league baseball team has canceled a gun raffle that was supposed to be featured during its Second Amendment Night promotion.
Huntsville Stars spokeswoman Nicole Collins said Monday that the raffle during the team's Wednesday night game against the Chattanooga Lookouts was canceled after Minor League Baseball officials said the promotion was likely not in the franchise's best interest.
Collins says Second Amendment Night will still feature free admission for members of the National Rifle Association who present their membership card.
A minor league baseball team in Alabama is holding a gun giveaway at a game and offering free admission to members of the National Rifle Association.
The Huntsville Stars are planning a promotion called "Second Amendment Night" on July 3.
A Huntsville-area gun shop is sponsoring the promotion for the Stars, a Class-AA affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers. NRA members will get into the game for free with their membership card, and the team will hold a drawing for two free rifles and a handgun during the game.