Mexican Baseball Fiesta
Double-headers between rival teams and plenty of family-friendly entertainment in October.
Mexican Baseball Fiesta: Rivalries on The Field. Party in the Stands.
Cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19
Favorite professional teams from Mexico's Pacific League (the MLB of Mexico) face the Kansas City Royals Future Stars over four days of double-headers. Family-friendly festivities include music and live entertainment in Spanish, wacky mascots on the field and fans dancing in the stands. There are Tucson-style stadium food vendors (Sonoran hot dogs, tacos and tortas) and food and drink special promotions.
Fierce team rivalries are part of the fun.The 2019 participating teams included Naranjeros de Hermosillo, Yaquis de Obregón, Águilas de Mexicali, Mayos de Navojoa, Cañeros de Los Mochis, and Tomateros de Culiacán. Playing regularly are the Future Stars of the Kansas City Royals, who send their best young prospects to this tournament—a tribute to the level of baseball the Fiesta provides on both sides of the border.
All games are played at Kino Stadium in the Kino Sports Complex where there is plenty of parking. Gates open one hour before the first game. Before you head out to the tournament, read about the clear bag policy for Kino Sports Complex.
Purchase tickets: Kino Sport Complex box office (Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.). Online (MexicanBaseballFiesta.com). Telephone (520-222-1008). Email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Tickets (prices to be announced closer to event date): Box seats $. General admission - Adult $. children 6-16, Seniors (55+), Military and College Student with ID $.
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