You won’t want to miss it when the Hooks square off with in-state rivals Frisco. The RoughRiders are not only in-state divisional rivals of the Hooks they’re also the Double-A affiliate of the Hooks’ parent club the Houston Astros’ archrivals the Texas Rangers. The opportunity to see future Astros take on future Rangers is something no baseball fan could pass up, so make sure to be in attendance when the Hooks take on the RoughRiders.
The Corpus Christi Hooks and San Antonio Missions have a fierce rivalry over who is the best team in South Texas. There are a lot of bragging rights on the line, and you’ll find a lot of Mission fans at Whataburger Field when San Antonio comes to town, so make sure to get your tickets when the Hooks take on the Missions.
Corpus Christi Hooks Tailgate Guide
You’ll want to arrive early to a Corpus Christi Hooks game as you’ll have the option to tailgate as well as visit some fun nearby sports bars. The Hooks allow tailgating as long as you make arrangements with the team before hand, so if you love to tailgate, then you’ll be in luck when attending a Hooks game.
Those of you who prefer the bar scene will also find what you’re looking for when attending a Hooks game. Brewer Street Ice House is only a block or so from the park and offers something for everyone. Here you’ll find a traditional sports bar experience including fantastic brews and delicious food, so stop by and grab a drink or bite to eat before the game.
Finally, make sure to get a picture of yourself with the For the Love of the Game statue outside the ballpark before the game. The statue is a must-see for any baseball fan and presents an excellent photo op.
There is a lot to see and do before a Hooks game, so get here early and enjoy the pre-game festivities.
Take a picture with the For the Love of the Game statue before entering the park. The statue is one of the largest bronze statues in the minor leagues and a must-see for anyone visiting Whataburger Field.
Tours of Whataburger Field cost $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and military personnel, and $3 for kids making them a cheap way to see what goes on behind the scenes. If you love baseball and ballparks, then arrive early and take a tour of Whataburger Field.
Where to tailgate
$5 ParkingYou can park at the ballpark for $5 a game meaning you won’t have to worry about breaking the bank when attending a Hooks game. You also are allowed to tailgate as long as you make arrangements with the team before the game.
Brewster Street Ice HouseIf you want to grab a drink or bite to eat before the game, then stop by Brewster Street Ice House. Brewster Street Ice House is only a block or so from the ballpark and features a fun sports bar atmosphere and great grub.
Corpus Christi Hooks Stadium Guide
You’ll find lots to do when attending a Hooks game, so even if you aren’t a huge baseball fan, you’ll still find plenty to entertain you at the park. Whataburger Field is chalked full of in-game entertainment including a climbing wall, basketball court, playground, splash park pool, youth baseball field, and more, meaning you won’t have to worry about being a bored at a Hooks game.
Those of you who are ardent baseball fans will also enjoy Whataburger Field as it offers incredible sightlines from all over the park. No matter where you’re sitting, you’ll have an excellent view of all the action on the field. You’ll also love the ease to which you can get autographs from your favorite up and coming stars making a Hooks game a hit with baseball fans as well as families.
Whether you’re looking for some family entertainment or to catch a ball game, you’ll have an excellent time taking in a Hooks game at Whataburger Field.
Those of you who would rather play baseball than watch it will be in luck at Whataburger Field. The little league field in center field is the perfect place to play a game, so head down to center field for a pickup game.
Check out the warehouses in the outfield during your visit to Whataburger Field. The warehouses help give the ballpark a unique feel that pays tribute to the city’s cotton industry and feature old equipment including boilers and cotton presses.
Keep an eye out for the Hooks beloved mascots Rusty Hook and Sammy the Seagull. The two mascots get into all kinds of antics during the game, and if you see them on the concourse, make sure to give them high-fives.
Reserve the Pool & Spa at Whataburger park to catch a game poolside during your visit to Corpus Christi. You won’t have to worry about the Texas heat when taking in a game from the Pool & Spa so make your reservation today.
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