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The ballpark Dell Diamond in Round Rock, Texas is hosting the playoff games of the Minor League Baseball teams. Round Rock Express and Colorado Springs Sky Sox are geared up to give their best performance against each other. Home to the Express, the grass ballpark has been hosting Minor League as well as collegiate playoff games. The Sky Sox will be stepping into their rival team's home arena, hoping to crush the opponents. Watch Round Rock Express as it defends its honor at the 8700-seat facility. Purchase Colorado Springs Sky Sox Vs Round Rock Express tickets.
The team stepping into Round Rock Express's home arena is Colorado Springs Sky Sox. Formed in 1988, the team initially became Chicago White Sox's Class-A affiliate. Joining the Western League, the side remained its member till it folded. It was during this time that the Minor League team got named after the Major League Baseball team, Chicago White Sox. The side was formed after Hawaii Islanders moved to Colorado Springs to become Colorado Springs Sky Sox. With this, the Colorado Springs area witnessed a reformation of the 1950 Sky Sox Minor League team. Initially the baseball team became a Triple-A affiliate of the MLB team, Cleveland Indians. It was in 1992 that the Sky Sox became affiliated with Colorado Rockies. With the Spurgeon Stadium as the team's home arena, Colorado Springs Sky Sox is supports the colors red, white and blue. Currently playing in the PCL (Pacific Coast League), the Sky Sox have bagged two PCL League and Northern Division titles in 1992 and 1995. Owned by the Elmore Sports Group, the baseball team is managed by Glenallen Hill.
The team that will be playing against Colorado Spring Sky Sox is Round Rock Express. Formed in 1979, the Express are Texas Rangers' Triple-A affiliate. Before moving to Round Rock, Texas to become Round Rock Express, the team was initially based in Edmonton and called Edmonton Trappers from 1981 till 2004. Bought by the Ryan Group, the baseball team was previously affiliated with Montreal Expos and was a part of the Texas League. In the team's career it has been affiliated with numerous MLB clubs, a few of which include Oakland Athletics, California Angels, Florida Marlins, Anaheim Angels and Minnesota Twins. It currently plays in the American Conference's Southern Division. Throughout the Express's career it has bagged six League titles, eleven Division Championships and a Conference title. Notable alumni from the Minor League team that went onto joining the MLB include pitchers Josh Banks and Jason Hirsh, outfielders Craig Gentry and Hunter Pence and catchers Chris Tremie and Taylor Teagarden. Currently owned by the Ryan-Sanders Baseball, the Express is managed by Steve Buechele. Buying Colorado Springs Sky Sox Vs Round Rock Express tickets to watch the two teams in action.