Photo Credit: Memphis Redbirds (Memphis, TN)
Baseball on the Great River Road!
Enjoy a 7th-inning stretch at these river city stadiums where baseball fans flock for collegiate, professional, Minor League and Major League games.
Saint Paul Saints (St. Paul, MN)
There’s no downtime between innings at CHS Field, home to this entertaining, independent professional league favorite. Last minute stop? Get cheap seats on the berm!
Minnesota Twins (Minneapolis, MN)
Get your Major League fix at Target Field, an open-air stadium in the heart of Minneapolis. Enjoy the excitement of Twins Territory from any seat.
La Crosse Loggers (La Crosse, WI)
Watch talented college players hone their skills in the Northwoods League. Soon-to-be MLB talents take the field in La Crosse each summer.
St. Croix River Hounds (Hudson, WI)
The River Hounds will bring fun and family entertainment to Hudson when they join the Northwoods League in 2021.
Burlington Bees (Burlington, IA)
Find out what all the buzz is about with this Class A-affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels. Bring the whole family, this club offers great concessions and entertainment.
Quad Cities River Bandits (Davenport, IA)
The Mississippi River provides an iconic backdrop—really, you can see it from the stadium—for this Class A-affiliate of the Houston Astros.
Paducah Chiefs (Paducah, KY)
Baseball in Paducah has a rich history and now the Chiefs carry that torch—or the wood bat—as members of the Ohio Valley League.
Memphis Redbirds (Memphis, TN)
St. Louis Cardinals affiliate Memphis Redbirds are a AAA club who play their games at AutoZone Park, a fan-favorite stadium with good seats, good food, and good baseball.
Arkansas State Red Wolves (Jonesboro, AR)
Got a little extra time? Jonesboro, a short drive from the river, is home to the Red Wolves. This NCAA Division 1 team is worth the trip.
Mississippi Braves (Pearl, MS)
Minor league fans should make their way off-route to Pearl to watch this AA club affiliated with the Atlanta Braves.
Mississippi Valley State University Devils (Itta Bena, LA)
Itta Bena is a bit of a drive, but if you’re a fan of college baseball, you’ll want to take that detour to watch the Devils, a Division 1 team.
Baton Rouge Rougarou (Baton Rouge, LA)
Summer collegiate-league baseball in the capital city! Locals will tell you their Cajun-creature mascot is not just legend, so don’t venture too far into the swamp.
UL-Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin’ Cajuns (Lafayette, LA)
Take a little day trip to Lafayette to support this NCAA D1 club with the most memorable team name.