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  • It's Another Promotion Packed Season of Tourists Baseball

    The Asheville Tourists 2017 home opener, the first of 70 games at McCormick Field, takes place on April 13 at 7:05pm against the Greenville Drive. This season's home portion on the schedule is packed with great promotions, fan giveaway items, and family friendly entertainment at the ballpark. Individual game tickets go on sale this Saturday, March 18, at 10am. MORE »
  • National Anthem Auditions This Saturday, March 18

    The Asheville Tourists are hosting National Anthem auditions for interested singers to perform during the 2017 baseball season. Auditions will be held on Saturday, March 18, from 9:00am until Noon at McCormick Field. Potential game-day singers will perform "The Star Spangled Banner" a cappella on the field during their audition. MORE »
  • 'Beer City' Tourists are Back in 2017

    On Thursday June 1, the Asheville Tourists will once again become the "Beer City" Tourists when they play host to the Lakewood BlueClaws. The city of Asheville alone has 26 craft breweries, with several more on the way, while Western North Carolina features 60. MORE »
  • Tourists Job Fair Thursday, February 23

    If you or someone you know is looking for a seasonal job and to become an integral part of the Asheville Tourists organization then come out to the job fair at McCormick Field on Thursday, February 23 between 6pm-8pm. MORE »
  • Job Fair Scheduled for Tourists Employment

    If you or someone you know is looking for a seasonal job and to become an integral part of the Asheville Tourists organization then come out to the job fair at McCormick Field on Saturday, February 18 between 9am-noon. MORE »
  • Tourists Public Address Announcer Tryouts Tomorrow

    The Asheville Tourists are in search of a Public Address Announcer for the upcoming baseball season and will hold tryouts at McCormick Field on Tuesday, January 31 from 3:00pm-6:30pm. Individuals must register in person on the day of tryouts by no later than 6:15pm. Registration will not begin until 2:45pm. MORE »
  • Rockies Unveil Tourists 2017 Coaching Staff

    The Colorado Rockies have announced the Asheville Tourists field staff for 2017. Manager Warren Schaeffer and Development Supervisor Marv Foley will return for another season to headline the coaching staff. Joining Schaeffer and Foley are newcomers Norberto Martin (Hitting Coach) and Ryan Kibler (Pitching Coach). MORE »
  • For One Night, Tourists Will Adopt Hippies Name

    On Thursday, June 29, 2017 McCormick Field will become the home of the Asheville Hippies. For one night only, the team will wear custom jerseys with a Tourists colored tie-dye theme and the word "Hippies" across the chest as they take on the Greenville baseball team. The jerseys worn on June 29 will be auctioned off to fans with proceeds benefiting a local charity. MORE »
  • Tourists Hosting Public Address Announcer Tryouts

    The Asheville Tourists are in search of a Public Address Announcer for the upcoming baseball season and will hold tryouts at McCormick Field on Tuesday, January 31 from 3:00pm-6:30pm. Individuals must register in person on the day of tryouts by no later than 6:15pm. MORE »
  • Firefighter Donations Being Accepted at McCormick Field

    Firefighter donations are now being accepted at the McCormick Field ServPro Box Office. Donations to local firefighters may be made during the stadium hours of operation of 8:30am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday. All donors will receive a pair of complimentary tickets to a future, select Asheville Tourists game. MORE »
  • Asheville Tourists 2016 Season Wrap Up

    The 2016 Asheville Tourists baseball season is one that will not be soon forgotten. Despite a 66-72 final record and failing to secure a playoff spot for the first time since 2013, the Tourists remained competitive and entertaining to watch throughout. Fans came out to support the team in record fashion. Even with four rainouts, McCormick Field saw 183,058 fans pass through the front gates; an all-time regular season Asheville Tourists record. MORE »
  • Suns Outshine Tourists in 10-5 Defeat

    The Asheville Tourists dropped their final night game of the 2016 season 10-5 to the Hagerstown Suns. Asheville fell behind big early but rallied back to make it close. The Suns broke through again late to claim the win. MORE »
  • Balanced Attack Sends Tourists Past Suns

    Not much went wrong for the Asheville Tourists on Saturday night as they methodically defeated the Hagerstown Suns 5-2 to even up the series at one game apiece. Asheville used 13 hits and a great pitching performance from Trey Killian to secure the victory. MORE »
  • Tinoco Strong but Tourists Come Up Short

    It has been a rough year for Asheville Tourists starting pitcher Jesus Tinoco. After a stellar campaign in 2015, the right-hander has struggled to take the next step. Tinoco finished his up-and-down 2016 season on Friday night and put together a solid pitching performance. MORE »
  • Tourists Drop Roller-Coaster Game

    What began as a pitcher's duel turned into a roller-coaster affair late between the Asheville Tourists and the Hickory Crawdads. Neither team would give in but in the end the Crawdads outlasted the Tourists 5-4. MORE »
  • Offense Finds its Stride in 13-5 Win over Hickory

    An early 2-0 deficit to the Hickory Crawdads did not rattle the Asheville Tourists on Wednesday night. Asheville rallied to outscore Hickory 13-3 over the last four innings and evened up the series at one game apiece with the 13-5 victory. MORE »
  • Rodgers Named Most Outstanding MLB Prospect; Mundell League MVP

    Earlier today the South Atlantic League and President Eric Krupa announced the selection of the 2016 Annual All-Star Team. Brian Mundell was named the league's best first-baseman; Brendan Rodgers the league's best shortstop, and Yonathan Daza as one of the three best outfielders. Furthermore, Mundell earned league MVP honors and Rodgers was selected as the Most Outstanding MLB Prospect. MORE »
  • George's Three-Hit Night not enough as Tourists Fall 6-2

    Max George followed up his big series in Greenville with a 3-for-4 night against the Hickory Crawdads. George pounded out two doubles, an RBI single, and scored a run but it was not nearly enough as the Crawdads knocked off the Asheville Tourists 6-2 in the series opener. MORE »
  • Killian, Bullpen Combine to One-Hit Drive

    The Asheville Tourists ended their 2016 road slate in style on Sunday afternoon. Trey Killian, Cristian Quintin, Ben Bowden, and Sam Thoele combined to limit the Greenville Drive to one run on just one hit in Asheville's 5-1 series clinching victory. MORE »
  • Tourists Unable to Hold Lead; Fall 8-4

    The Asheville Tourists jumped out to a 4-1 lead on Saturday night; however, the Greenville Drive scored the game's last seven runs en route to an 8-4 win over Asheville. The series is now even at one game apiece with the rubber match set for Sunday afternoon. MORE »