Did you miss out on the chance to get your Opening Night tickets for the 2019 Aberdeen IronBirds? While Opening Night (June 14) is officially sold out, there are plenty of other ways to be a part of the action at the start of the season.
Wednesday, June 12: Night Under The Lights: Free Open Workout
Fans are invited to come out to the ballpark and enjoy the IronBirds' first workout of the season June 12 from 6-8 p.m. This is the fans' first opportunity to witness the 2019 IronBirds roster! Enjoy special concession offers, autographs with the team and appearances by IronBirds mascot Ferrous.
Saturday, June 15: Youth Sports Night Featuring Cal Ripken Jr. And Bill Ripken
Come out for the second game of the season and enjoy a special program for youth sports teams. Cal Ripken Jr. and Bill Ripken will be throwing out first pitches and addressing all youth sports teams in attendance with a pre-game speech regarding their thoughts on the importance of youth sports. Less than 500 tickets remain and are available at
or by calling 410-297-9292
And while you're at the ballpark this summer, be sure to check out some of the new concession offerings this season:
Through a new partnership with the Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium will be serving
Coca-Cola products, including Dasani water, for the first time in more than a decade.
Hot Corner BBQ, a new, full-service barbeque location on the third base side of the ballpark, featuring house-smoked ribs, brisket, pulled pork, chicken and oversized turkey legs. Enjoy fresh carved sandwiches as well as plates featuring meats and delicious sides like mac and cheese, corn bread, baked beans and potato salad.
And to satisfy every sports fan's sweet tooth, stop by
Sweet, the ballpark's new dessert concept, located on the third base concourse. Take your pick from soft serve ice cream, funnel cake and brownie sundaes or hand-dipped gourmet cookie ice cream sandwiches and soda floats.
Plus, Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium now features extended safety netting that extends to the ends of both the first and third base dugouts, keeping fan safety the top priority.