The Chihuahuas announced their 2023 10th year schedule Tuesday! Opening Day will take place on Friday, March 31 versus the Houston Astros affiliate, the Sugar Land Space Cowboys, at Southwest University Park.
The Chihuahuas will play 75 home games of a 150-game schedule that runs through September 24. The final home game at Southwest University Park is slated for September 17 against Albuquerque (Colorado Rockies).
The 10th year celebration opens in March for the first time in history and 2023 marks the second time the Chihuahuas home opener is on a Friday (2016). The 2023 campaign also marks the first time the Chihuahuas will play on the Fourth of the July.
The Chihuahuas open the season with a 3-game home series before hitting the road. They return home April 11 versus Albuquerque and April 25 versus Salt Lake. Friday, April 28, will mark the official 10th Year Celebration, commemorating the day Southwest University Park opened its gates for fans in 2014.
Except for the opening series, March 31-April 2, all home series will be played Tuesday through Sunday, with Mondays off. The Chihuahuas lone Monday game will come on July 3 at Albuquerque. Additionally, the team is set to play 12 home games in every month through September, except for April (14).
The Chihuahuas will play Albuquerque, Oklahoma City, and Round Rock twice as part of the Pacific Coast League (PCL) East Division. They will face Sugar Land for nine home games, and will take on PCL West members – Las Vegas, Reno, Sacramento, Salt Lake, and Tacoma once each.
The complete 2023 Chihuahuas home schedule follows. Times and promotions will be announced at a later date. All dates and opponents are subject to change without notice.
Season Seat Memberships for the 2023 season are on sale now including the popular Starting 9 membership. Payment plans are available. Fans are encouraged to secure their favorite seat now for the 10th year!
Reservations for Groups and Premium Hospitality Areas are now available. Reservations can be made by calling (915) 533-BASE or texting (915) 666-2005.