San Antonio Missions unveil 2021 schedule, first home game on May 18
SAN ANTONIO – Minor league baseball will officially return to the Alamo City in May. On Thursday afternoon, a week removed from announcing their reunion with the San Diego Padres to play Double-A baseball, the San Antonio Missions unveiled their 2021 schedule. San Antonio opens this year’s campaign with 12 straight road games, two six-game series against Corpus Christi and Midland starting on Tuesday, May 3. https://t.co/e20KFaG3sV ☀️⚾ pic.twitter.com/1UszCdNfbu — San Antonio Missions (@missionsmilb) February 18, 2021San Antonio will play exactly half of their 120 scheduled games at home. The Missions have three vital stretches of 12 straight home games starting in mid June, early July and the latter stages of August.
Flying Chanclas to face Brazos Valley in first round of TCL playoffs
SAN ANTONIO – The Flying Chanclas have finalized their playoff scheduleSan Antonio will face Brazos Valley in a best-of-three series starting on Tuesday night. Brazos Valley defeated the Generals 11-1 on Sunday night to claim the South Division title and secure home field advantage in their first round series against the Chanclas. Flying Chanclas will take on @bv_bombers in a best of three series. #FearLasChanclas pic.twitter.com/tUz0Gih2bA — Flying Chanclas de San Antonio (@missionsmilb) August 3, 2020Brazos Valley faced San Antonio six times this season over the course of six straight days from July 21-26. The Chanclas won two of the three games played at Wolff Stadium before the Bombers returned home to Travis Field and swept San Antonio.
Flying Chanclas win home opener against Cane Cutters
SAN ANTONIO – The Flying Chanclas opened Texas Collegiate League play at Wolff Stadium and put on a show in front of the hometown fans, using a 5-run 4th inning to top the Cane Cutters 7-4. With the win, San Antonio improves to 2-2. MORE LOCAL BASEBALL COVERAGE
Seniors bid farewell to high school careers with All-Star doubleheader at Wolff Stadium
SAN ANTONIO – After their final seasons were cut short by the coronavirus, San Antonio area senior baseball players donned their high school jerseys for the final time Thursday night at Wolff Stadium for a doubleheader filled with All-Stars from 5A and 6A schools.
Hello baseball! Flying Chanclas Return In Less Than Three Weeks
Now, baseball is returning to Wolff Stadium as Major League Baseball owners and players continue to fight on when and how to begin the 2020 season. Say hello to the Texas Collegiate League, a wooden bat league made up of college sophomore, junior and senior baseball players, many who didn’t get to compete this spring due to COVID-19. That mean’s we could see baseball players from UTSA, UIW, etc. Below you will find a few of the new procedures put in place at Wolff Stadium. There will be new social distancing rules in place at Wolff Stadium as baseball resumes later in June.
Did move to Triple-A help attendance for San Antonio Missions?
SAN ANTONIO - The front office for Minor League Baseball has a lot to be happy about this year. So how did the San Antonio Missions help the increase with their inaugural season in Triple-A baseball at Wolff Stadium? The Missions were ranked 12th in the Pacific Coast League for total attendance, and San Antonio ranked 44th in total fan attendance across Minor League Baseball, which includes 160 teams. Last year, San Antonio was ranked 45th. Baseball fans loved the idea of the Missions switching to the Flying Chanclas de San Antonio for select games.