1. Major Leaguer Plaques

Make sure to check out the plaques of former Missions who made it to the Major Leagues. The plaques are must-sees for die-hard baseball fans and let you know who the best Mission players are from over the years.

2. Kids’ Area

If you’re taking the kids to the game, then stop by the kids area. The kids’ area features a playground, inflatables, and other activities making it an excellent place for young fans to spend some time during the game.

3. Ballapeno and Puffy Taco

Keep an eye out for the Missions mascots Ballapeno and Puffy Taco. The mascots get into all kinds of antics during the game making them a fun part of any Missions game.

4. San Antonio Missions-Corpus Christi Hooks Rivalry

The San Antonio Missions and Corpus Christi Hooks 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 Hooks fans at Nelson W. Wolff Memorial Stadium when San Antonio comes to town, so make sure to get your tickets when the Missions take on the Hooks.

5. Corona Cantina

Enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet at the Corona Cantina for you and 24 to 199 of your friends, family, co-workers, or employees. The Corona Cantina includes all-you-can-eat food, beer throughout the game, discount merchandise, and more.

6. Missions Patio Parties

The patios on the second deck provide you with an excellent view of the game, food, drinks, and more. Mission Patio Parties are perfect for you and your friends, so reserve your patio today.

7. Towers

The two towers outside the main entrance to Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium give the ballpark a uniquely San Antonio feel and are a can’t-miss when visiting the ballpark. Get a picture of the towers to commemorate your trip to a San Antonio Missions game.

8. Picnic in the Park

Come to the game hungry and enjoy a Picnic in the Park. When reserving this package, you’ll receive an all-you-can-eat buffet full of hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, chips, ice cream, and more.

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