Hawaii Warriors Baseball Tickets
Home Stadium: Les Murakami Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii
Conference: Big West Conference
Head Coach: Mike Trapasso
Notable Matchups: UC Riverside (2019), Colorado State (1984)
Notable Players: Derek Tatsuno, Matt Campos, Dustin Demeter and Daylen Calicdan
Hawaii Warriors Baseball TicketsThe first year of the University of Hawaii at Manoa Rainbow Warriors baseball was in 1923. Since then, the team has made 13 appearances in the NCAA Tournament and holds an all-time record of 1,933-1,437-9. Derek Tatsuno, considered one of the top college baseball pitchers, hailed from the Warriors. Originally drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in 1976, he chose to attend college instead. During his time at Hawaii, he was named to the Baseball America All-Time All-Star Team, Baseball America All-Century Team, and Collegiate Baseball Co-Player of the Century. The team has made 13 NCAA appearances since 1978. The current Warriors lineup has its sights set on making it to the post season and, ultimately, heading to Omaha. Grab your tickets to see the Hawaii Warriors baseball team in action at StubHub.
Where does the Hawaii Warriors baseball team play?The Les Murakami Stadium, originally named the Rainbow Stadium when built in 1984, is the Warriors home field. It offers 4,312 seats over three levels. All but about 500 of those seats are covered to protect fans from the daily occurrences of "Manoa Mist." Recent upgrades to the stadium include new seating, a Daktronics video scoreboard, polyethylene turf, a new roof and speakers.
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How much are tickets to Hawaii Warriors baseball games?You can find tickets at StubHub for around as little as $15 each. Remember that ticket prices can fluctuate depending on the type of game (regular or postseason), who is playing, and where the seats are located. Generally, seats closest to the field and luxury seating are more expensive than regular seats closer to the outfield. You will also find higher ticket prices for famous rivalry games and postseason tournaments. Check StubHub regularly for the most updated ticket pricing information.
Whois on the coaching staff for the Hawaii Warriors baseball team?Mike Trapasso took over the Warriors’ baseball program in 2002 after seven years as Assistant Coach at Georgia Tech. As a left-handed pitcher for his alma-mater, Oklahoma State, Trapasso was instrumental in leading his team to the College World Series in both 1984 and 1985. He ended up signing with the Atlanta Braves prior to taking on his coaching career. Trapasso lead the Warriors through the transition from the Western Athletic Conference to the Big West Conference. He is assisted on the field by assistant coaches Mike Brown and Carl Fraticelli. The volunteer assistant coach is Pi’Ikea Kitamura.
What is the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors baseball schedule like?The Warriors baseball team hits the fields in mid-February, playing at the Les Murakami Stadium in Honolulu and at various cities on the mainland, including Nashville, Tenn., Santa Barbara, Calif. and Reno, Nev. You can catch them competing against teams like the Chicago State Cougars, the Towson Tigers and the Vanderbilt Commodores. You will also be able to catch the Rainbow Warriors baseball team competing against other Big West Conference Schools, including the Cal State Fullerton Titans, the UC Irvine Anteaters and the Long Beach State 49ers.
Who are some former Warriors baseball players in the MLB?The Warriors baseball team has yielded more than a few players to the MLB over the years. Some of those players include Joey Meyer, Chuck Jackson, Bruce Walton, Scott Karl, Jay Spurgeon, David Freitas, Kolten Wong and Josh Rojas.
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