Prices range from $7 to $17 for single game tickets. Full season, half season, seven-game, and partial season packages are available as well as entertainment suites. Get all the details on how to purchase tickets, available plans and packages, promotions and more.
Previously sponsored by AT&T (originally SBC), the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in downtown Oklahoma City was built in 1998. Called "The Brick" or "RedHawks Ballpark," it is a beautiful minor-league park constructed in the tradition of the older playing fields. Unique and charming, the park seats just over 13,000 fans and features private suites and restaurant seating. Get a detailed guide on the Bricktown Ballpark that includes map and directions, park history, images and more.
2013 will mark the Oklahoma City RedHawks' 3rd season as a AAA affiliate of the Houston Astros, after a long stint with the Texas Rangers. The season begins April 4th at home Memphis, and the home opener is 8 days later, also against Memphis. It all wraps up on September 2nd in Oklahoma City against, you guessed it, Memphis. See the full 2013 RedHawks Schedule.
Who will be on the field when you visit the Bricktown Ballpark this season? Get the full 2013 Oklahoma City Redhawks roster, with short profiles on each player. The RedHawks primary coaching staff is as follows:
Manager: Tony DeFrancesco
Hitting Coach: Leon Roberts
Pitching Coach: Steve Webber
RedHawks Apparel and MerchandiseCurrently, the Oklahoma City RedHawks' online shop is under construction, but team apparel and merchandise can be purchased at the team store, located at the ballpark. For more information, call (405) 218-1000.
If you're flying in for an Oklahoma City RedHawks game, you might want to look at a hotel near the airport, but for those looking to stay just a short walking distance from the Bricktown Ballpark, there are several excellent choices. Get details on the best nearby hotel options.
The Oklahoma 89ers began play at All Sports Stadium at the state fairgrounds way back in 1962 as a minor-league affiliate of the Houston Colt .45's. In the early 70's, all new players came in as a connection with the Cleveland Indians was established, then with the Philadelphia Phillies that lasted into the 80's.
In 1983, the Texas Rangers became the parent club, a relationship that would continue as the 89ers adopted all new colors and uniforms along with the nickname "RedHawks" in 1997 in the move to the Bricktown Ballpark. In 2010, the Rangers opted to sign an affiliate agreement with Round Rock, also owned by Texas head man Nolan Ryan. Several teams pushed to get the RedHawks, and in the end, Oklahoma City signed with the Houston Astros.