PRESS RELEASE – This morning at 11am in multiple cities in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana press conferences are being held to announce the return of baseball after the COVID-19 pause of the college and professional game. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – With the team’s 20th anniversary season on the horizon, the Round Rock Express are proud to announce that the club has entered into a Professional Development Contract (PDC) with the defending World Series Champion Houston Astros. The four-year agreement begins immediately and brings the club back within the Houston organization after it served as the Astros’ Double-A affiliate from 2000-2004 and the club’s Triple-A affiliate from 2005-2010.
On the eve of Opening Day, the Round Rock Express (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) revealed their full lineup of specialty jerseys coming to Dell Diamond in 2018. The E-Train will rock six different specialty looks over the course of 19 home games this season. Read more here.
— Minor League Promos (@MiLBPromos) April 4, 2018
PRESS RELEASE – The Round Rock Express return home to the friendly confines of Dell Diamond on Thursday, June 1 to open a four-game series against the New Orleans Baby Cakes (Miami Marlins affiliate). The first three games of the series feature What Could Have Been Weekend with the Express transforming into the Jackalopes. Continue reading
The Round Rock Express (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League) and St. David’s have partnered to open a private room for breastfeeding or pumping mothers at Dell Diamond, named the “Lactation Station.” The station has a padded bench with pillows to provide comfort for mothers, and includes a television with the in-game feed so they don’t miss a second of the game. Read more and view photo here.
PRESS RELEASE – Hurrah! The FireAnts are set to go marching one-by-one in to Dell Diamond on Thursday, July 21. For one night only, the Round Rock Express will become the Round Rock FireAnts on the first-ever What Could Have Been Night, paying homage to a team name that didn’t make the final cut. Continue reading