Baseball is Back!
Baseball is back in a big way at Ron Tonkin Field in Hillsboro this season! Not only will the Hillsboro Hops play, but Ron Tonkin Field also will serve as the home stadium for the Vancouver Canadians team. The Canadian high-A minor league team, affiliated with the Toronto Blue Jays, decided to play this season in Hillsboro due to the closures of the Canadian border.
The Hillsboro Hops begin its 2021 season on May 4th. This year, the team announced its Professional Development Agreement with the MLB, which means they will play a full season and draw in more talented players. The stadium has been approved to welcome fans to cheer on the team at 25% capacity.
May 4-9 vs. Everett AquaSox
May 18-23 vs. Vancouver Canadians
June 8-13 vs. Tri City Dust Devils
June 22-27 vs. Spokane Indians
June 29-July 4 vs. Eugene Emeralds
July 13-18 vs. Vancouver Canadians
July 27-August 1 vs. Tri City Dust Devils
August 10-15 vs. Eugene Emeralds
August 24-29 vs. Vancouver Canadians
August 31-September 5 vs Eugene Emeralds
May 11-16 vs. Spokane Indians
May 25-30 vs. Everett AquaSox
June 1-6 vs Eugene Emeralds
June 15-20 vs. Everett AquaSox
July 6-11 vs. Spokane Indians
July 20-25 vs. Everett AquaSox
August 3-8 vs Hillsboro Hops
August 17-22 vs. Spokane Indians
September 7-12 vs. Tri-City Devils
September 14-19 vs Hillsboro Hops
About the Hillsboro Hops
In 2012, Oregon’s Washington County welcomed the High-A, minor league, Hillsboro Hops, a farm team for Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks. The Hillsboro Hops has dominated the Northwest since it came to the Tualatin Valley. In just two short seasons, the Hops earned the title of Northwest League Champions, which they clinched two years in a row!
Experience the excitement of live baseball in a home-town setting with the Hillsboro Hops, which is hitting it out of the park with affordable entertainment for the whole family.
The Hops team is part of the 55-year old Northwest League, which includes teams in Boise, Eugene, Salem-Keizer, Tri-Cities, Spokane, Everett and Vancouver BC. Major League stars who rose to prominence via the Northwest League include: Ken Griffey Jr., Felix Hernandez, Edgar Martinez, Reggie Jackson, Ozzie Smith, Rickey Henderson and Tony Gwynn. Don’t miss the chance to see star players before they hit the big leagues.