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Hagerstown Suns Tickets
League:South Atlantic League
Hagerstown Suns TicketsThe Hagerstown Suns serve as the Single-A affiliate for the Washington Nationals and a member of the South Atlantic League. While there have been multiple iterations of the Hagerstown Suns, the franchise that exists today goes back to 1993. That was when the Myrtle Beach Hurricanes relocated from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to replace the Hagerstown team that the Baltimore Orioles had moved to Bowie, Maryland. The newly relocated team picked back up the "Suns" moniker and remained an affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, who had been the parent organization in Myrtle Beach. The Blue Jays remained in control until 2001, when the San Francisco Giants took over before the team aligned with the New York Mets for the 2005 campaign. That affiliation would only last for two seasons before the Washington Nationals became the parent organization prior to the 2007 season. The Washington Nations have been in that role for the last 13 seasons. While the Suns have yet to win a South Atlantic League Championship, they have been to the postseason four times since 2012. Get your tickets to see the Hagerstown Suns today at StubHub.
Are there any notable players that have played for the Hagerstown Suns?Over the last few seasons, some of the most recognizable names for the Washington Nationals passed through Hagerstown on their way to the nation's capital. Bryce Harper, Anthony Rendon, Seth Romero and Lucas Giolito all spent time with the Suns before going to the Big Leagues. There are also some recognizable names on the current roster. Ryan Ripken, Cody Dent and Mariano Rivera III are all members of the Hagerstown "Sons", their fathers being Cal Ripken Jr., Bucky Dent and Mariano Rivera, respectively.
Do the Hagerstown Suns have any rivalries?Both of the Hagerstown Suns rivals can be found within their division. The Suns and the West Virginia Power battle for Northern Division supremacy. The Suns' rivalry with the Lakewood BlueClaws has a layer that goes beyond their battle for the Northern Division. The BlueClaws parent organization, the Philadelphia Phillies, are a division rival for the Washington Nationals. You can find out when the Hagerstown Suns play these two rivals at StubHub.
Where do the Hagerstown Suns play home games?Opened in 1931, Municipal Stadium has been a part of professional baseball in the northeast in some capacity for nearly 90 years. The 4600-seat stadium does little to move away from its history in an attempt to modernize; instead, the history is embraced. Municipal Stadium is the place where Willie Mays took his first professional swings. Jim Palmer and Hack Wilson also played in this legendary ballpark. To commemorate all of that history, and more, there are plaques all over the stadium that tell the history of the stadium. One unique feature of Municipal Stadium is the sloped outfield. While Major League Baseball doesn't care for the concept, it is something that makes Municipal Stadium stand out.
Who is the manager for the Hagerstown Suns?Mario Lisson will enter his first season as the manager of the Hagerstown Suns. Coach Lisson has spent the last two seasons as the manager of the Gulf Coast Nationals. Prior to entering into the world of coaching, Lisson enjoyed a 16-year Minor League career where he played for the Kansas City Royals, San Francisco Giants and the Washington Nationals organization. Lisson inherits a Suns squad that went 65-75 in 2019.
Where can I buy Hagerstown Suns tickets?You can get your tickets to see the Hagerstown Suns and the rest of the South Atlantic League at the world's largest online ticket marketplace, StubHub. StubHub provides a secure checkout process designed to protect your information. At StubHub, there are also electronic ticket delivery options and added bonuses like 360-degree seating previews on select seats.
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