LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Dodgers announced that the fourth annual LGBT Night at Dodger Stadium will take place on Friday, June 3rd at Dodger Stadium, when the Dodgers host the Braves at 7pm.

A special ticket package that includes a game ticket for June 3rd  and a special edition Dodgers LGBT Tank Top is available for purchase online exclusively by visiting www.Dodgers.com/LGBT

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LGBT Night at Dodger Stadium will feature a ceremonial first pitch by Robbie Rogers, a professional soccer player with the Los Angeles Galaxy and the first openly-gay professional soccer player.

Other scheduled special guests June 3 include: Michael Sam, former NFL player; Jason Collins, former NBA player; Julie Shaw, women’s basketball head coach at the University of Laverne; Mitch Eby, former defensive end at Chapman University; E.J. Johnson, TV personality and reality TV star; Noah Galvin, who currently plays the role of Kenny O’Neal in the ABC sitcom “The Real O’Neals;” and Lance Bass, international recording artist.

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“We are proud to work with so many incredible partners for our fourth annual LGBT Night at Dodger Stadium,” said Dodgers’ Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Lon Rosen.

“We are committed to providing a friendly environment to all who reflect the great community of which we are a part. The Dodgers, with a proud history of diversity, recognize the value of an inclusive environment,” Rosen added.

Fans will also be invited on the field at the conclusion of the game to watch fireworks.

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