Dell DiamondRound Rock Express
3400 E. Palm Valley Blvd, Round Rock, TX, 78683
The Dell Diamond is home to the minor league baseball team that is a AAA affiliate to the MLB's Texas Rangers, the Round Rock Express. The stadium opened in 2000 after just over a year of construction with initial construction costs of $25 million. The facility is located in Round Rock, Texas and has a current seating capacity of 8,722. The ballpark's field uses a natural grass playing surface and the Dell Computer company owns the stadium's naming rights. The facility features a swimming pool and hot tub as well as 30 luxury suites. There are restrooms and concessions available on site as well as a permanent lighting system for night games.
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- Behind sections 113, 117, and 121.
- By Texadelphia Restaurant
Adjacent to facility - General
- General Admission/Berm: $6.00 ($7.00 day of)
- Home Run Porch Sections 206-209: $7.00 ($9.00 day of)
- Box Seats Sections 110-128: $12.00 ($14.00 day of)
- No event is scheduled here.
- Throughout facility
- 2.50 - 8.50
The Railyard Retail Store
- Behind 1st base
- Express Surrender Early Lead, Collapse in Series Finale 5-3
- Round Rock Shutout by Omaha, Lose Game Three 4-0
- Express Bash Storm Chasers, Take Game Two 5-1
- Round Rock Uses Long Ball to Stomp Omaha, 4-1
- Round Rock Thumps New Orleans for Game Three Win, 5-1
- E-Train Falls Behind Early, Zephyrs Take Game Two 6-3
- Round Rock Express to Welcome 10 Millionth Fan
- Round Rock Shutout by New Orleans in Game One, 5-0
- Round Rock Blasts Two Grand Slams in 14-8 Demolition of Iowa
- Round Rock Pummeled by Iowa in Game Two
- All items are subject to search.
- Designated areas only.
- Personal-use only
- Must fold.
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