Jethawks Minor League Baseball
Baseball in Lancaster is a little different than you’ll find in many cities around the country. The fans are just as passionate, the players talented and the facilities second to none. Yet baseball here is more of a community celebration than a simple pastime. Perhaps it’s the stadium that puts spectators close to the action. Maybe it’s the Kids Zone which offers young fans a respite from pitching duels. Possibly it’s because luxury boxes are filled with everyday Joes who love being at the ballpark on game day.
The JetHawks have a great track record having made the playoffs six years running. The team has won the California League Championship in both 2012 and 2014. This year things are changing. Formerly affiliated with the Houston Astros, the JetHawks are now with the Colorado Rockies. At an altitude of 2,300 feet, “The Hangar” is an apt waypoint for players seeking to ply their talents in the Mile-High City.
Regardless of the team they feed, JetHawks baseball always gives the fans a chance to see promising players play ball before joining the big leagues at prices well below what’s paid at major league stadiums.
The season runs from April through early September, longer when the team makes the playoffs. For the full home game schedule and to purchase tickets online, visit jethawks.com.