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Can you feel the excitement of Round Rock Express’s new season? The Dell Diamond Stadium has crowd roaring already. The Round Rock Express is going to play another amazing year, surfacing as the kicking performers of the league.
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Round Rock Express
This minor league franchise has been synonymous for quality baseball in Round Rock, Texas for years. They have been the among the top rated Pacific Coast League players. They are the Triple A affiliates of Texas Rangers, before that they use to play as the Double A for Texas League. They have been playing their home games at the Dell Diamond Ballpark.
Dell Diamond Ballpark has been the home field for Round Rock Express since 2000. It covers 85 acres of land, offering an up-notch baseball experience for all. The stadium is thus considered to be among the best sports facilities of the region. A lot of University level sporting events are also held here. The ballpark was formed in 2000 and since then has been the center for exciting events. Dell Diamond is designed by the architects of HKS Inc., who are considered to be the masters of their craft. The Ballpark can accommodate up to eight thousand fans and its best attendance was in 2006, when over thirteen thousand sport fans showed up.
The Round Rock Express was playing in the Telus Field before 2000 as Edmonton Trappers. The team Edmonton Trappers has spent years of success starting from 1981. They have been affiliated with Montreal Expos and Minnesota Twins. They have been playing at the John Ducey Park from 1981 till 1994. Initially, they were established as Ogden A’s in the late 70s and early eighties.
The team is owned by Nolan Ryan, a top notch pitcher who has been inducted in the Hall of Fame. The franchise was acquired by the Ryans in 2003 and was moved from Edmonton to Round Rock. Nolan Ryan has always been known as the Ryan Express for his speed and naming his team ‘Express’ seemed to fit more than any other name. Since then his franchise, Round Rock Express is etching this name on all big platforms successfully. This year again the team stands a fair chance at the championship with a well picked roster.
The team is currently coached by Spike Owen with assistance from the pitching expert Terry Clark and Scott Coolbaugh for hitting. The team is managed by the high profile Bobby Jones and general manager of the team is George King. The team has Yhency Brazobán, Ramón Agüero, Dan Hankins, Cody Eppley, Eric Hurley, Zach Jackson, Michael Kirkman, Chris Mobley, Seth McClung, Tanner Scheppers, Ryan Tucker, Brett Tomko, Zachary Phillips and Yoshinori Tateyama as pitchers. Their catchers include Taylor Teagarden and Kevin Cash.
The infielders are Chad Tracy, Brian Barden, Brad Nelson, Esteban Germán, Matt Kata and Luis Cruz. Craig Gentry, Endy Chávez and Doug Deeds are the outfielders. This is the time when the team’s honor will be at stake. Do they have what it takes? Will this combination of players work out or fall flat? This season will be a litmus test to find out.
Round Rock Express has been an excellent minors program, responsible for creating legends like Jason Hirsh. The Express has been the Pacific Coast League champions for six times. Their latest win was in 2002 and their earliest success was in 1984. They have also been the American Conference winners for the year 2006. Their success rate on the division level has been pretty commendable, with ten years of success. The Round Rock is all set to play yet another memorable season. The Round Rock Express is going to take the minors league baseball to newer levels of competition and excitement. Will the Express take down their rivals or not? Will they emerge as the newest MILB champions? To catch all the action and thrill, order your Round Rock Express Tickets now!
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