The Lake Elsinore Storm is a minor league Advanced Single-A baseball team and part of the California League since 1997. In 2001, the team formed an affiliation with the San Diego Padres. Before that, the team's affiliation was with the Anaheim Angels from 1997-2000 and with the California Angels from 1994-1996. When at home, the team plays at Lake Elsinore Diamond stadium. The Storm has won the League Championship twice and has had stellar pitchers such as Ernesto Frieri rise to MLB teams like the San Diego Padres. In 2019, C Luis Campusano was the Storm's player of the year winning the batting title. Gabriel Arias was the runner-up having a breakout offensive season and an improved approach at the plate. The minor league standings place the Elsinore Storm with a 73-65 record and a .529 percentage. Grab your Lake Elsinore Storm tickets at StubHub.
How big is the Lake Elsinore Storm stadium?
The Lake Elsinore Storm plays its home games at Pete Lehr Field also known as the Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium in the town of the same name. The stadium sits on land donated by Pete Lehr, a local businessman and baseball enthusiast. Since opening in 1994, the stadium's seating capacity is approximately 7,000 including 4,000 fixed seats, 12 luxury suites at the press box level and a grassy hill down the right-field line for fans to spread blankets. In 2017, the stadium seating bowl underwent renovations to include Four Top table seating on both the first and third base sides, new padded seats and High-Top seats behind the home plate.
Who are some notable Lake Elsinore Storm players?
Shortstop Gabriel Arias owns an impressive record of 75 RBIs for the 2019 season and 55 RBIs for 2018 in hitting statistics. Eguy Rosario in April 2018 proved his worth as the youngest player in the Padres organization as he batted two homers to help his team beat the Visalia Rawhide 8-4 at Recreation Park.
Who is the coach staff of the Lake Elsinore Storm team?
The Lake Elsinore Storm has acquired a new manager for its 2020 baseball season, Mike McCoy. He managed the Tri-City Dust Devils in 2018-19 and is in his fifth season in the Padres' organization. The hitting coach is Patrick O'Sullivan, who was the hitting coach for San Diego's Northwest League affiliate, the Tri-City Dust Devils. In addition, coach Felipe Blanco is a former Storm player and will begin his second season coaching the Lake Elsinore Storm team.
What division does the Lake Elsinore Storm play for?
The Storm plays for the Southern Division in the California League, accompanying the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, Inland Empire 66ers and Lancaster JetHawks. The Storm won the California League Championship in 1996 and 2011, while in 2001 the terrorist attacks canceled the games, and the Storm was declared co-champs along with the San Jose Giants.
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