The South Bend Silver Hawks are the proud single-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. Playing in the Midwest League at newly renovated Coveleski Stadium, fans will see young athletes develop into future stars right before their eyes. Visit www.silverhawks.com for complete information.
South Bend Silver Hawks FAQ
Q: What's the difference between going to a Silver Hawks game and a Major League game?
A: You're still going to get a baseball game regardless of where you go, but at Coveleski Stadium, you get so much more family friendly entertainment. With the Silver Hawks, you can bring your family to the game and buy food and drinks for everyone for less than it costs you to park at some Major League stadiums. Plus, the entertainment at the Cove consists of skits between every inning, a new state-of-the-art video board, and plenty of laughs to go around.
Q: What are the new renovations at the Cove?
A: After nearly 25 years, Coveleski Stadium was in need of some repairs. This offseason, we've replaced the playing field with an artificial surface that allows us to open up the stadium to many more community events. You can't miss the brand new video board in right field that will bring you even closer to the action than ever before. Plus, check out the renovated suites, Upper Deck, and picnic areas at your next trip to the ballpark.
Q: How much are tickets?
A: Tickets are just $6 for bleacher seats and $8 for box seats. However, you'll want to keep checking our website and promotional calendar for special discounts that are available on certain days throughout the season.
Q: How many games do the Silver Hawks play each year?
A: The team has 70 scheduled home games, plus an exhibition scrimmage with the University of Notre Dame. The season lasts from early April until Labor Day in September, so make sure you stop in often throughout the summer .
Q: Where do the Silver Hawks players come from?
A: The players you see with the South Bend Silver Hawks are selected by our parent club, the Arizona Diamondbacks. It's the Diamondbacks that decide who plays here, when they get promoted, when they get traded, etc. Did you know that 120 former Silver Hawks players have gone on to play in the Major Leagues?