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MF Angels Pitch
That’s our National Sales Representative, Matthew Mendel, about to throw out the first pitch at the Los Angeles Angels game on June 8th against the Tampa Bay Rays. At Mrs. Fields, we are longtime fans of Major League Baseball. That’s why we’re so excited about our new line of MLB licensed products. Now you can root, root, root for your home team with custom gifts and gourmet goodies, celebrating every team in the MLB. Check out the entire line on our website and knock one out of the park for someone you love today!

Watch the video of Matthew’s pitch here! (Was that a strike?)

America's Favorite Past Time & America's Favorite Cookies

Let’s travel back to the 1970s in Oakland, California. (Do you have your feathered hair and bell bottoms ready?) There we’ll find a young Debbi Sivyer, Oakland A’s ball girl and cookie hobbyist. Debbi often brought her soon-to-be-famous chocolate chip cookies to the umpires during the game.┬áThe A’s were building a baseball dynasty, and Debbi was on her way to build a cookie dynasty too.

You know what they say, the rest is history.

If you’re in Oakland, you can revisit the past with us this weekend at Saturday’s A’s game. We’re turning back the clock with the Oakland A’s on June 26th, serving up our famous cookies at the umpires meeting at home plate for old time’s sake. We’re also surprising a lucky section of fans with free cookies. That’s what we call a guaranteed win.

If you’re in the Oakland area, we hope to see you there!

Visit: Longwood Gardens

If you’re ever visiting Philadelphia, it’s worth a short 30-minute drive southwest to visit the incredible, awe-inspiring Longwood Gardens. And if you head there soon, you’ll see an amazing array of tulips on display.

Everywhere you turn, you feel as if you’ve wandered into a beautiful painting. The gardeners and landscape designers (a good portion of which are volunteer) do an amazing job. The landscape is at times perfectly tailored, and other times it celebrates the beauty of the natural landscape.

Once the country home and personal gardens of Pierre du Pont, the 1050 acres, 20 indoor gardens and 20 outdoor gardens are now beautifully preserved and open to the public. There isn’t a time of year that it isn’t worth visiting (the holiday displays are amazing), but those tulips put on quite a show!

Find more information, including hours and ticket prices here.

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