• October 21, 2021
 Chihuahuas Saturday Game Sold Out; Tickets still available for remainder of homestand

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Chihuahuas Saturday Game Sold Out; Tickets still available for remainder of homestand

The El Paso Chihuahuas announced Wednesday that tickets for Saturday, May 29 versus the Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate, Oklahoma City Dodgers, are sold out. 

The Chihuahuas added a Fireworks Spectacular on Monday, May 31, in honor of the Memorial Day Celebration presented by GECU. Fans are encouraged to purchase now as tickets for Monday’s game are going fast.

The Chihuahuas face the Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate, Oklahoma City, in a six-game series starting tomorrow, Thursday, May 27. The Chihuahuas are offering Thrifty Thursday $2 food and drink specials presented by Speaking Rock Entertainment Center.

The first GECU Bark at the Park is Friday, May 28, followed by Saturday’s sold out game. Kids Day Sunday, Memorial Day Celebration presented by GECU, and Taco Tues and Brews presented by Isabella Foods round out the promotions this homestand.

The series versus Oklahoma City has some familiar faces as former Chihuahuas infielder Carlos Asuaje, who was a member of the 2016 Pacific Coast League (PCL) Championship team and named PCL Rookie of the Year, will make his return to El Paso as a Dodger.

Longtime Chihuahuas pitcher Kevin Quackenbush is also now a member of the Dodgers organization.

Single-game tickets for the remainder of the Chihuahuas 2021 season are on sale now. Fans who purchase in advance will receive a savings over day-of-game pricing. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Southwest University Park Durango Box Office.

A complete list of homestand promotions follows or can be found at epchihuahuas.com.

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