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Association: American Association of Independent Professional Baseball
Home Games: Impact Field
Location: Rosemont, Ill.
Manager: Butch Hobson
Inaugural Season: 2018
Chicago Dogs TicketsThe Chicago Dogs became members of the independent American Association of professional baseball in the summer of 2017 and began play in May 2018, delivering a new game experience to baseball fans in the Windy City. The team got its name from the iconic Chicago hot dog, and it hosts its home games in its $60-million, 6,300-seat state-of-the-art park in Rosemont. Led by former Boston Red Sox manager Butch Hobson, the Dogs roster is made up of former and future MLB players. The Chicago Dogs finished the 2019 season in third place of the North Division of the American Association with a 59-41 regular season record. Infielder Keon Barnum led the league with 31 home runs for the season and was second in the league with 90 RBIs. Pitcher Austin Wright led the league with 135 strikeouts for the season. The goal of the Chicago Dogs organization is to treat fans to a unique experience that feels like fan appreciation day at every home game. Get your Chicago Dogs tickets at StubHub.
Who are the Chicago Dogs’ opponents?The Chicago Dogs North Division opponents include the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, the Saint Paul Saints, the Winnipeg Goldeyes, the Gary SouthShore RailCats and the Milwaukee Milkmen. From the South Division, the Chicago Dogs will face the Kansas City T-Bones, Sioux City Explorers, Cleburne Railroaders, Lincoln Saltdogs, Sioux Falls Canaries and Texas AirHogs.
Who is a notable player for the Chicago Dogs 2020 season?Chicago Dogs first baseman Keon Barnum was named Baseball America's Independent Baseball Player of the Year in 2019. Barnum had a .311 batting average for the year and 116 hits. Barnum was the third American Association player to earn the award. Barnum was drafted in 2012 by the Chicago White Sox and worked his way through their farm system until he reached the Double A level in 2016 with the Birmingham Barons. Barnum joined the Chicago Dogs in 2019.
What is it like to attend a Chicago Dogs game?From pregame festivities to post-game activities, the Chicago Dogs provide entertainment for all ages including music, games, skits and baseball. The Dogs’ mascot, Squeeze, and his archrival, Ketchup, interact with fans throughout the event. On Fantastic Fridays, there are giveaways for the first 1,500 fans, and kids get to run the bases after the game. Saturday games feature a post-game Fireworks Extravaganza. Family Sundays allow fans to get items autographed before the game. The Kids Zone area of the concourse allows youngsters ages 8-15 to enter the Home Run Derby, Golden Arm Throwing Challenge or Roadrunner Base Running Challenge.
Are the Chicago Dogs a minor league baseball team?The Chicago Dogs team is a member of the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. Association members are minor league teams that are not affiliated with teams in Major League Baseball. While the rules of the game are the same, rule changes can be tested in independent leagues before being implemented at the major league level.
What are some of the Chicago Dogs 2020 season highlights?The Chicago Dogs opening night is May 22. Upcoming season highlights include a Father's Day game on June 21, nine family Sundays, six Wiener Wednesdays and a double-header scheduled for June 17.
How can I get tickets to see a Chicago Dogs game?You can get tickets for Chicago Dogs home games at Impact Field and tickets to away games at StubHub, the largest online ticket marketplace in the world. Buy your tickets with confidence, knowing you're covered by the site's FanProtect guarantee.
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