The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes drilled their way into the California minor leagues in 1966 when they were known as the Lodi Crushers, and decades later they continue to shake things up on the field. Over the years, the Quakes have mentored several alumni to major league opportunities, won division championships and continue to draw record crowds of cheering fans at their games. If you want to see superb teamwork either at their home field or on the road, catch a Quakes game showcasing Melvin Jimenez pitching and Hunter Feduccia catching. Feduccia sported a .282 slugging percentage in the 2019 Quakes and his fellow catcher, Tre Todd, owns an on base plus slugging percentage of .730 for the same year. The Quakes play their home games in LoanMart Stadium, where you can practice your own baseball skills in a batting cage before the match. One of their alumni currently manages the team, so you know the Quakes have what it takes to deliver solid baseball action. Join in with the crowd and shake with excitement in the stands when you pick up your tickets to see the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes at StubHub.
Who coaches the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes?
Former Quakes player Austin Chubb is onboard to return to manage the Quakes in the upcoming 2020 season. He served as a catcher for the team during its 2015 championship season. Chubb was named the 2019 Pioneer League Manager of the Year after coaching the Ogden Raptors to a standout season of 54 wins and 22 losses.
Who are some of the more notable Rancho Cucamonga Quakes players?
Austin Chubb, who now manages the Quakes, caught for the team in the standout year of 2015 in which the Quakes won the Championship, and Chubb earned a respectable slugging percentage of .414. Fan favorite, Quakes pitcher Melvin Jimenez, achieved a walks plus hits per inning pitched figure of 1.40 in 2019 with opposing hitters averaging just .207 off him.
What is the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes home field like?
LoanMart Stadium in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., seats 6,200 people, and the Quakes' home games often break attendance records. The individual seating arrangements are out in the open for those seeking an opportunity to catch a fly ball or two. There is also plenty of night lighting, and the field sports natural turf. Fans holding Rancho Cucamonga Quakes tickets can expect to see lots of Dodger blue in the home field stands and may stroll the All-Star Walk of Fame to view the tributes to every famous Dodger, Angel and Padre who wore the Quakes uniform since 1993, even those on rehab assignment.
Have any of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes players gone on to play in Major League Baseball?
Clayton Kershaw, whose 96 miles per hour fastball is a southpaw force to be reckoned with on the MLB Los Angeles Dodgers, pitched three innings during his rehab time on the Quakes in September of 2016. Kershaw surpassed expectations as he has earned the Cy Young Award three times and was named National League Most Valuable Player in 2014. In 2019, his walks plus hits per inning statistic stood at 1.043. A right-handed pitcher, Walker Buehler, earned the Dodgers Minor League Pitcher of the Year award in 2017, accumulating 117 strikeouts and 29 walks. Buehler went on to play with the MLB Dodgers and performed well in the National League Division Series in 2019.
Have the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes won any important titles?
Yes. The Quakes won the California League Championship in 1994, 2015 and 2018. In the 2018 match with the Visalia Rawhide, the Quakes beat the Rawhide 3-0.
What division in the California League do the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes play for?
Fans run the base path to stubhub.com for Rancho Cucamonga Quakes tickets to view the team perform in the Southern Division. The Lancaster JetHawks, Lake Elsinore Storm and Inland Empire 66ers are other teams in the division.Back to Top
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