Round Rock Express Schedule
The Round Rock Express first came into existence in 2005 after they were moved from
their previous home in Edmonton, and have since become one of the most popular teams in the Pacific Coast League. As the Class
AAA affiliate of the Texas Rangers, this is a team that tends to have more than a fair share of talented players looking to
take their game to the next level, which is part of the reason there is such an exciting buzz surrounding this team from one
game to the next. Come out and see the Round Rock Express this season and you'll end up with an amazing matchup that is sure
to be fun for the whole family, as Dell Diamond is one of those venues that that is the perfect atmosphere for an exciting
Take a look at all of the big home series for the Round Rock Express to see which games you can attend
and you'll see that there are plenty of opportunities to join in the heart-pounding excitement. The Round Rock Express always
seem to be in the middle of one great game or another, which has helped make them a staple of the sports scene around Round
Rock, Texas. Though this is also knee-deep in football country, you'll see that fans in the area also have an enormous appetite
for baseball is well as well as soon as you come out to see the Express do their thing.
Round Rock Express Team
The Round Rock Express play in the South division of the American League of the Pacific Coast League and are currently
affiliated with the Texas Rangers of Major League Baseball, which means you might just be seeing some future MLB All-Stars
playing in the smaller confines of Dell Diamond, so be sure to get some autographs. The team has won six league titles along
with 11 division titles over the years, as well as one conference title. Put it all together and the Round Rock Express have
put together a tradition of excellence that has helped to build a very committed fan base over the years.
Nothing quite compares to the time honored tradition of taking in a baseball game. After all, there
is a reason it is referred to as America's Pastime, and you'll get a nice reminder of that as soon as you head out to Dell
Diamond this season. From the smell of the freshly cut grass to the National Anthem bellowing through the stands and the crack
of the bat as a hitter connects with a pitch, to the sight of a ball flying over the outfield wall and the taste of a fresh
hot dogs or Cracker Jacks, attending a baseball game is a sensory experience like no other and the memories it produces will
last a lifetime. And that's exactly why baseball has been passed down from one generation to the next, making Triple-A baseball
yet another exciting reason to head out and see some of the best pro baseball players you're going to find anywhere.
Round Rock Express History
The Round Rock Express started off as the Edmonton Trappers, but were purchased by
Nolan Ryan and his son Reid in 2003 and moved to Austin following the 2004 season. The Pacific Coast League is one of three
AAA minor league baseball leagues, which is just one step below Major League Baseball and regularly sends up some of their
best players who become superstars at the highest level. Players like Hunter Pence, Chris Davis and more have dominated for
the Round Rock Express before heading on to Major League Baseball, and you just never know when you're going to see the next
amazing player burst onto the scene and end up the next Express superstar.
Round Rock Express Trivia
you know that Dell Diamond was used for the filming of Disney's film "The Rookie"?
Starring Dennis Quaid, "The Rookie"
was an emotionally stirring and uplifting film that celebrated a journeyman player who finally made it to Major League Baseball.
For the filming, many scenes were filmed both in Dell Stadium and in the surrounding area.
Round Rock Express
Just two seasons after moving to Austin the Round Rock Express won the Southern Division and the American League
Championship before losing to the Nashville Sounds in the Pacific Coast League Championship Series, helping make them a major
part of the local sports scene in the process. These days, Express fans are definitely for real, helping to create the perfect
atmosphere filled with excitement every single time that the Express take to the field at Dell Diamond. Though we know that
the Major Leaguers are great to watch too, seeing a top-tier Class AAA game featuring a talented team like the Round Rock
Express can be every bit as exciting, making it the perfect fit for baseball lovers of all ages and interest levels.