Come on out to an Albuquerque Isotope home game this season to see baseball at its best. The Isotopes are hoping to
send a few of their players onto the major leagues, and they're also preparing to make a run at the Pacific Coast League
title. So see the 'Topes play teams like the Round Rock Express, the New Orleans Zephyrs and the Oklahoma City RedHawks
by getting some Albuquerque Isotopes tickets.
The main affiliate of the National League’s Los Angeles Dodgers, the Albuquerque Isotopes formed in 2003 after the
Calgary Cannons moved to New Mexico. Previously, the city of Albuquerque had been represented by the Albuquerque Dukes,
who relocated to Portland, Oregon in 2001. Interestingly enough, the name Isotopes comes from a fan’s suggestion
as a reference to the baseball team on the popular TV show “The Simpsons.” The Isotopes play in the Southern
Division of the Pacific Coast League.
Up and atom! Get your Albuquerque Isotopes tickets now, so you won’t
miss any of the exciting AAA baseball action this season. Isotope’s Park, which was completely rebuilt in 2003, will
be packed with baseball fans this coming season, ready to root for their local heroes. Getting minor league baseball tickets to an Isotopes game would be a treat for the whole family.