Savannah Bananas and Party Animals players visit the Dunkin’ restaurant at 409 7th North Street in Liverpool on Thursday, Sept. 14 ahead of their game at NBT Bank Stadium. From left to right: Party Animals Pitcher Sean Fluke; Savannah Bananas Pitcher Connor Higgins; Dunkin’ Mascot Cuppy; Party Animals Catcher Joe Lytle; and Savannah Bananas Center Fielder D.R. Meadows.

The “Greatest Show in Sports” officially runs on Dunkin’, as the brand recently announced its new partnership naming Dunkin’ as the official coffee and donut of the Savannah Bananas. As part of the team’s Banana Ball World Tour, the Savannah Bananas are in Syracuse.


About Dunkin’

Dunkin’, founded in 1950, is the largest coffee and donuts brand in the United States, with more than 13,200 restaurants in nearly 40 global markets. Dunkin’ is part of the Inspire Brands family of restaurants. For more information, visit and

About Savannah Bananas

The Savannah Bananas are based in Savannah, Georgia and play their home games at Historic Grayson Stadium, but they take the show on the road on their Banana Ball World Tour where they play their rivals the Party Animals and other professional teams in Challenger Series. The team has been featured on ESPN, Wall Street Journal, CNN, and Sports Illustrated and are made popular by their on-field hijinks and videos. The Bananas play their own version of baseball called Banana Ball which features new rules to make the game more fast-paced and entertaining.

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