Lake Elsinore Storm Minor League Baseball Game - Lake Elsinore, CA

Location: The Diamond Ballpark
Lake Elsinore, California
Event Types: Pro Sports (view all Lake Elsinore events in April)
Start Date: April 2019
End Date: September 2019
Event Fee: Ticket prices vary
Organizer: Lake Elsinore Storm Ticket Office,, , 951-245-4487
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Event Overview

Lake Elsinore Storm Minor League Baseball Game, in Lake Elsinore, California, takes place in April and ends in September. This Pro Baseball event is sponsored by Lake Elsinore Storm Ticket Office and will be located at The Diamond Ballpark.

Days & Hours

The Minor League Baseball season is from April to September. Games can be played on any day of the week with the majority of them in the evenings. See their website for home game dates.

Additional Notes

As fans of the team already know, a night out at a Lake Elsinore Storm minor league baseball game can't be matched for excitement and fun. The major leagues have their heavy hitters and big names, as well as their cavernous stadiums, but minor league baseball has a spirit all its own. Fans are a part of the action in a way that the major leagues can never copy.

As the Class A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, the Storm have been preparing future big leaguers in Lake Elsinore, CA (southeast of LA area) since 1994. Originally a minor league affiliate of the California Angels, they switched to the Padres in 2001. Many of the former Storm players in the 1990s were part of the Angels team that won the 2002 World Series. Seeing future stars is just one of the many attractions that minor league baseball offers.

The minor leagues are known for their wild promotions and the Storm are no exception. Every Wednesday is "Wacky Weenie Wednesday", where free hot dogs are served through the seventh inning. You may think it's just another Friday, but at a Storm's game, it is "Man I Love Fireworks Friday". You do love fireworks, don't you? Are you a Grateful Dead fan? You're covered April 21st. On May 5th, the Storm are not celebrating Cinco de Mayo. Instead they are celebrating Charlie Sheen-co de Mayo. They'll give away a Sheen bobblehead, a Wild Things glass and retire his number 99 from the movie Major League. How fun is that? Just look at how much is going on at Storm games before summer even starts.

At the Lake Elsinore Diamond, the state of-the-art ballpark facility the Storm call home, there is not a bad seat in the house. The Diamond simply doesn't have a "nosebleed" section. With a seating capacity of only 14,000, the action is right in front of your smiling face. Whether you're seated in a preferred box, or enjoying the action in the reserved seats down the left and right field lines, you get the feeling you could reach out and touch the players. Management frowns on such things, but isn't it nice to know you can? With easy access from LA, Orange County, Riverside, and Temecula you should attend a Storm minor league baseball game sometime soon.

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