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Your guide to the 2024 San Antonio Missions baseball season

Let’s play ball, San Antonio.

SATXtoday: San Antonio Missions Jared Kollar

See pitcher Jared Kollar this season at Nelson Wolff Stadium.

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It’s time for the three Bs: Brats, beer, and baseball. This baseball season is packed full of games and events. With fun initiatives like giveaways and themed nights, the spring + summer months are heating up for the San Antonio Missions.

About the team

The Missions made their major league debut in 1888. Once the Austin Senators, the team moved to San Antonio and then changed their name to the Cowboys. The team has changed their name six times before settling on the Missions and is the oldest sports franchise in the city.

Today, the team plays at the Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium (also known as “The Wolff”) just west of downtown. Fun fact: The stadium opened on April 18, 1994 as the San Antonio Municipal Stadium. See the stadium guide.

Upcoming games

On Friday, April 5 we’ll be defending our home turf against the NW Arkansas Naturals at 7:05 p.m. Grab your tickets now and the first 1,500 fans will receive a limited-edition Missions-themed thermal mug.

Can’t make it? See one of these upcoming home games:

  • vs. NW Arkansas Naturals | Saturday, April 13 | 7:05 p.m | Come see if you’re sitting in the lucky row during the game to receive lottery tickets from Texas Lottery, and stay for the post-game fireworks show.
  • vs. NW Arkansas Naturals | Sunday, April 14 | 1:05 p.m. | The first 250 kids 48 inches or shorter will receive a free ticket to Six Flags Fiesta Texas.
  • vs. Wichita Wind Surge | Tuesday, April 23 | 7:05 p.m | Check out the AARP’s $2 Tuesday deals that include $2 bullpen reserved, outfield reserved, and berm tickets; $5 parking; and $2 domestic draft beers, sausage wraps, Bill Miller sweet tea, and Sofia’s pizza slices.

Check out the rest of the schedule and the promotional nights.

Feeling the team spirit? Visit our guide to local sports teams.

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