- Tickets to see a Carolina Mudcats game
- When: Any Sunday–Thursday game through June 11; see the schedule
- Where: Five County Stadium
- Seating: Box
- Gate time: One hour before first pitch
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- $9 for two tickets (a $22 value)
- $11 for four tickets (a $44 value)
The Scouting Report
This spring, five players from last season’s Mudcats roster were invited to Cleveland Indians camp, including one of baseball’s most highly regarded prospects. Since beginning play in 2012, the Mudcats have continually replenished the organization’s talent pool and, in the process, have offered fans extended peeks at future big league stars. Starting on April 3, Mudcats supporters can once again begin filing or sliding cleats-first into Five County Stadium to watch some of the game’s most promising talents take the field. The team will be challenged right off the bat, too, as it begins the new season with series against the Potomac Nationals and Salem Red Sox—the Carolina League’s top two squads last summer.
Though the same catfish logo still peeks out from a red “C,” its barbels draping over the side, the Carolina Mudcats are part of a new era of minor-league baseball in North Carolina. Two years after the original franchise left for Pensacola, Florida, in 2010, a new team arrived in Zebulon to don the signature red jerseys. As the new Mudcats spawned, so too did new affiliations—the team is now the Class A-Advanced affiliate of the MLB’s Cleveland Indians, and mascot Muddy the Mudcat now trolls the stands of Five County Stadium, where a 300-square-foot videoboard broadcasts instant replays of the outfielders’ most breathtaking stretches.