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Vamos a Tucson Mexican Baseball Fiesta Promotional Summary

The Fourth Annual Vamos a Tucson Mexican Baseball Fiesta takes place at Kino Stadium from October 2 – 5. This year’s teams include four of the top teams from the Mexican Winter League – the Naranjeros de Hermosillo, Yaquis de Obregon, Tomateros de Culiacan, Mayos de Navojoa as well as some the best young players in baseball – the Dodgers and Royals Future Stars. The Naranjeros, representing Mexico, won the Caribbean World Series earlier this year. That series includes the top talent from Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and the Dominican Republic.

The Mexican Baseball Fiesta is a lot more than baseball. Its music all of the time, live bands following the second game every night, authentic Mexican food, mascots, discount beer on Thursday, kids free on Sunday and a lot more. Here is our promotional lineup:

Thursday, October 2   

First Game at 5:30                           

Game One:         Culiacan vs. Kansas City Future Stars

Game Two:        Hermosillo vs. Dodgers Future Stars

Promo:   THIRSTY THURSDAY – $1 domestic beer and soft drinks from 5:30 to the start of the second game

Band:       La Picosa, and La Membrillera from Magdalena


Friday, October 3                           

First Game at 5:30                    

Game One:       Dodgers Future Stars vs. Obregon

Game Two:        Hermosillo vs. Navojoa (rematch of LMP Finals)

Band:       Los Hacendados, and La Membrillera from Magdalena


Saturday, October 4  

First Game at 5:30                    

Game One:         Culiacan vs. Navojoa

Game Two:        Hermosillo vs. Obregon

Band:    La Membrillera from Magdalena


Sunday, Sept. 21 

First Game at 3:00                    

Game One:         Obregon vs. Navojoa

Game Two:        Hermosillo vs. Culiacan

Promo:                 Free kids tickets (6 – 16) are available at all Tucson area eegee’s locations

Band: La Gran Ciudad and Britney y Sus Consentidos


MASCOTS:      Three of the Mexican Winter League teams are bringing their mascots: Beto Coyote from the Naranjeros; Chacho from the Yaquis; and Chango from the Tomateros. They will be performing at all of their team’s home games.

Tickets: The prices are premium seats $15, box seats $13, adult general admission $9, kids (6 – 16) & senior citizens general admission $6, kids under six are free. Fans will be able to purchase tickets at, the Hispanic Chamber on Speedway and Euclid, and Yoli’s Music Shop on 3504 S 6th Ave. The MBF box office at Kino Stadium will open at 10:00 Thursday through Saturday, and noon on Sunday. Tickets can also be ordered by phone by calling 434-1367.


Hispanic Radio Broadcast:   All eight games of the Vamos a Tucson Mexican Baseball Fiesta will be broadcast live on ESPN Deportes KTKT AM 990. Francisco Romero, the voice in Spanish of the Arizona Wildcats and Houston Astros, will do the play by play.

More information on the Mexican Baseball Fiesta, LLC is available at