- Corpus Christi Hooks minor league baseball game
- When: Valid on 7/8, 7/12, 7/13, 7/19, 7/20, 7/21, 7/22, 7/27, 7/28, or 7/29
- Where: Whataburger Field
- Gate time: 90 minutes before opening pitch
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- Click here to view the team’s schedule.
Tickets and Seating Options
- $8 for two general-admission seats ($16 value)
- $15 for two reserved seats ($31.14 value)
- $16 for four general-admission seats ($32 value)
- $35 for four reserved seats ($62.28 value)
The Scouting Report
The 2015 Hooks are being called one of the most-talented teams in franchise history—and that’s with phenom shortstop Carlos Correa having already received a call to the big leagues. From top to bottom, the Hooks’ roster is loaded with rising stars, which explains the club’s dominance so far this season. The Hooks have already clinched a first-half division title, and with it, they’ve punched their ticket to the playoffs come September. Throughout July, they’ll continue to pursue their first Texas League Championship since 2006.
In addition to the action on the diamond, special promotions at Whataburger Field are designed to make game days even more festive. On Mondays, fans can feast on $1 hot dogs and sodas, and on Sundays, youngsters can run the bases after the game’s over and the pitcher’s mound has been deflated.
Corpus Christi Hooks
After joining the Texas League in 2005, the Corpus Christi Hooks wasted little time capturing a title, but they still had a little patience before reeling in their prize. On September 14, 2006, the team took 14 innings to defeat the Wichita Wranglers 8–7 in a five-hour barnburner and bring home the championship. But while it was only the Hooks’ first title as members of the Texas League, it was the 10th overall championship in franchise history—a legacy that stretches back to 1968, when the franchise began in Tennessee as the Memphis Blues.
Since moving to Corpus Christi, the Hooks have helped launch the careers of more than 40 big leaguers. Much of that success has unfolded before packed crowds at Whataburger Field, whose exterior of corrugated steel and bricks pays homage to the cotton warehouses that previously occupied the site. Inside, fans enjoy numerous amenities, including a rock wall, an interactive playground, and views of the USS Lexington, anchored out on the bay to defend Houston from any baseballs hit out of the park.