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.
Purposed New Hillsboro Hops Ballpark in the Works
Earlier this year, the Hillsboro Hops and City of Hillsboro announced plans to build a new Hillsboro Hops ballpark on the northwest side of the Gordon Faber Recreation Complex. Fan experience and affordable fun will continue to be at the forefront of the new ballpark.
The ballpark will be designed as a year-round outdoor entertainment venue that could host more than 300 events per year, including Hops home baseball games, concerts, festivals, community events and amateur baseball games. The design-build team of Mortenson, SRG and Populous will begin the construction process in late summer 2023, with project completion prior to the 2025 Hops baseball season. The project is anticipated to cost up to $120 million and will be designed to accommodate 6,000 people for baseball and up to 7,000 for concerts and other events.
Hillsboro Hops Home Games
This summer, don’t miss Hillsboro’s own High-A minor league baseball team, the Hillsboro Hops. The following are upcoming Hops home games at Ron Tonkin Field:
- September 5-10: Hillsboro vs Spokane
About the Hillsboro Hops
Hillsboro Hops, a High-A, minor league team is a farm team for Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks. The Hillsboro Hops has dominated the Northwest since it came to the Tualatin Valley. The 2014, 2015 & 2019 Northwest League Champion Hillsboro Hops are the High-A baseball affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks of Major League Baseball. The team’s season runs from April to early September. The franchise relocated to Hillsboro in 2012 and began play in 2013 at Ron Tonkin Field. The Hops team is part of the 55-year old Northwest League. 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.