Without the minors, major-league baseball would run out of players, and sad songs would all sound like marching-band tunes. Cheer on today's youth and tomorrow's pros with today's Groupon: for $45, you get four reserved-seat tickets (a $48 value in advance, $56 at the door), four Intel Club passes (a $40 value), and one parking pass (a $5 value) at the June 26 Round Rock Express game (up to a $101 total value). The game starts at 7:05 p.m. at The Dell Diamond in Round Rock.
A Triple-A affiliate of the 2010 American League Champion Texas Rangers, Round Rock Express players bat, slide, steal, and knock spherical things out of The Dell Diamond. Managed by former Rangers' outfielder Bobby Jones, the team receives its silent hand signals and coaching from former major-league player Spike Owen, pitching coach Terry Clark, and star of Major League: Back to the Minors Scott Bakula. The PCL American South power beat the Nashville Sounds to clinch the American Conference finals in 2006. Watch this squad of dynamos take on the Oklahoma City RedHawks, and catch air-conditioned respites in the chic, WiFi-enabled Intel Club during slow innings, rain delays, or catastrophic nacho spills.
Because tomorrow's major-league baseball stars emerge from minor-league dark matter, catching a Round Rock Express game today is like seeing into the future, only without seeing far enough to witness terrifying robot insurrections, planet-wide extinction, and the eventual cancellation of The Simpsons. Invite presently significant people and live with them in the moment as you enjoy four seats at a Round Rock Express game.
3400 E Palm Valley Blvd.
Round Rock, Texas 78665Get Directions