San Antonio Missions Baseball
If you're planning a trip to San Antonio, Texas, make sure you get tickets to a San Antonio Missions game to watch America's past time, at the Nelson W Wolff Municipal Stadium!
San Antonio baseball team is a Double-A minor league team under the San Diego Padres, a major league ball club. The Missions play in the Texas League with other teams like the Arkansas Travelers, Springfield Cardinals, Tulsa Drillers, and more. All teams in the Texas League are from the states of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, and Missouri. In 2013 season, the San Antonio Missions baseball team was crowned the Texas League Champions.
The Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium seats 6,200 fans and holds more than 9,000. Opened in 1994, the stadium includes a left field grass berm that seats about 3,000 people, 14 luxury box-style suites, a 500-person picnic area parallel to right field line, and an all-you-can-eat fiesta deck that can be rented for parties of 25-200! Located a mere 8 miles from Downtown San Antonio, you'll have plenty of other things to do before or after the game. Come watch the Missions and their mascot, Ballapeño, a baseball-playing jalapeño!
The San Antonio Missions baseball park offers plenty of exciting deals and promotions, so be sure to get your tickets and watch an exciting Missions baseball game.