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Tri-City Dust Devils Community page

Dust Devils' Community!

One of the great things about the Tri-City Dust Devils is the large and diverse community in which it serves. Fans from all cities gather in Gesa stadium to cheer on the Dust Devils and enjoy the warm weather together. Management looks to bring even more fun to Gesa Stadium this year as they plan on adding a few new upgrades around the ballpark.

Check out the Official Dust Devils blog here!

We would like to hear from you, the fans, on how to make your experience at the ballpark better! Please email suggestions, letters, or compliments to

Agrium Community Seats

Agrium Kennewick Fertilizer Operations and the Tri-City Dust Devils have teamed up to bring you the Agrium Community Seats. The Agrium Community Seats are donated to local charities, non-profit organizations or outreach groups every night this season. To inquire about reserving the Agrium Community Seats for your group, please contact Alicia Bowers in the Dust Devils ticket office at (509)544-8789.

Fun Facts

  • The Tri-City Dust Devils have been in Pasco for nine years!
  • The Dust Devils' mascot is Dusty
  • Until 2008, the Dust Devils' home stadium never had a solid name, it had been referred to as "Pasco Stadium," "Dust Devil Stadium," "Tri-City Stadium," and other such names. In 2008 Gesa Credit Union put a rest to all the confusion as they agreed to a 10-year naming rights agreement for the City of Pasco-owned stadium that coincides with a 10-year extension of the lease between the Dust Devils and the city.
  • The Dust Devils are owned by MLB Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett.
  • Dusty is known to receive visits from friends such as the Mariner Moose and Butch from WSU.