You won’t want to miss it when the RoughRiders square off with in-state rivals Corpus Christi. The Hooks are not only in-state divisional rivals of the RoughRiders they’re also the Double-A affiliate of the RoughRiders’ parent club the Texas Rangers’ arch-rivals the Houston Astros. The opportunity to see future Rangers take on future Astros is something no baseball fan could pass up, so make sure to be in attendance when the RoughRiders take on the Hooks.
There are always a lot of bragging rights on the line when the RoughRiders take on in-state rivals Midland. The RoughRiders and their fans hate losing to the RockHounds, so don’t miss it when the RockHounds come to town.
Games between the RoughRiders and fellow Texas-based rivals San Antonio are always must-see events for baseball fans in the Frisco area. There is no love lost between these two bitter rivals, so make sure to get tickets when the RoughRiders square off with the Missions.
Frisco RoughRiders Tailgate Guide
Tailgating is a big deal in Texas, and it should come as no surprise that the Frisco RoughRiders are one of the few teams to have a designated tailgate lot. Here you’ll be able to tailgate to your heart’s content, so arrive early and set up shop before the game.
RoughRiders fans love to tailgate, and the lot will be full of tailgaters on game days meaning you’ll have little trouble making friends with the people around you. Bring something to share, and you’ll make lots of new friends when tailgating before a RoughRiders game.
Finally, take some time before the game to get a picture of the statue outside the main entrance. The statue of a pitcher is a must-see for baseball fans, so make sure to check it out during your trip.
Texans love to tailgate, and it’s no different in Frisco, so arrive early and join in the pregame festivities when attending a RoughRiders game.
Tailgate LotIf you want to tailgate before a RoughRiders game, then reserve a spot in the tailgate lot. The tailgate lot opens two hours before the game giving you plenty of time to grill out and throw back a few beers with friends.
Frisco RoughRiders Stadium Guide
Dr Pepper Ballpark is home to one of the most unique atmospheres in baseball making a trip to Frisco a must for any baseball fan. Unlike a lot of parks where everything is in one building, Dr Pepper Ballpark contains several buildings creating a “park within a park” feel. You’ll feel like you’re in a neighborhood with a baseball diamond in the middle at Dr Pepper Park creating an experience that is unlike any other ballpark you’ve ever visited.
Another fun thing about attending a game at Dr Pepper Ballpark is that you’ll be able to watch the game from a raft in the lazy river. The lazy river in right field provides a unique way to watch a game, so don’t miss your opportunity to enjoy this unique experience.
Those of you who are more hardcore baseball fans will also enjoy Dr Pepper Ballpark thanks to its fantastic sightlines and the easy to which you can get autographs from players. Additionally, baseball fans may also enjoy the fact the bullpens are in the stands, which makes it easy for you to watch pitchers warm up before they enter the game.
Dr Pepper Ballpark is an incredible place to take in a game, so get your tickets to a Frisco RoughRiders game today.
Dr Pepper Ballpark is one of the only, if not the only, ballpark in baseball to feature a lazy river. When attending a RoughRiders game, bring your swimsuit and watch the game from the lazy river as its an experience you won’t find anywhere else.
The bullpens at Dr Pepper Ballpark are located in the stands making it easy for you to watch the relievers warm up. Get a ticket near the bullpen if you want to watch the pitchers warm up during the game.
Visit Riders Outpost to pick up a souvenir from your trip to Frisco. Riders Outpost sells a wide variety of RoughRiders merchandise including caps, t-shirts, jerseys, and more, so no matter what you’re looking for you’ll likely find it here.
The RoughRiders have not one but two playgrounds at Dr Pepper Ballpark. The Primrose Playground is for kids ages 2 to 5, and the Riders Playground is for kids 5 to 12, so no matter what your child's age there is a play area perfect for them.
If you’re looking to hold a large group even for 70 to 500 people, then you can’t beat the Diamond Deck. The Diamond Deck includes a fantastic view of the field, an all-you-can-eat buffet, a free limited edition souvenir, and more, so make your reservation today.
The Covered Wagons offer an excellent place for groups of 10 to 20 to take in a game at Dr Pepper Ballpark. When renting a Covered Wagon, you’ll receive food at the Teddy Express, game programs, your name on the video board, and more.
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