No Foolin', RiverDogs to Place Single-Game Tickets on Sale April 1
Fans Welcome at Limited Capacity to Start Season
Opening night is just over one month away and the Charleston RiverDogs have announced that single-game tickets for the 2021 season will go on sale to the public on Thursday, April 1. The organization also unveiled seating protocols that will allow a limited number of fans to attend RiverDogs games
RiverDogs Seeking to Fill Gameday Positions, Schedule Job Fair
Interested Candidates Encouraged to Attend on April 3
The Charleston RiverDogs continue to search for qualified candidates to fill several part-time, seasonal positions for the upcoming 2021 season. With that goal in mind, the team has scheduled a job fair for Saturday, April 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park.
Combination of Youth and Experience Marks 2021 RiverDogs Coaching Staff
New staff announced by Rays for RiverDogs manager Blake Butera.
The Tampa Bay Rays announced their minor league coaching assignments on Monday afternoon. The RiverDogs new manager Blake Butera will have plenty of organizational experience on his coaching staff to lead the 2021 squad.
Steve Watson will serve as Pitching coach for the ‘Dogs. He and Conditioning coach James McCallie
After the longest off-season ever, RiverDogs will open season at home on May 4th
Starting today, fans can purchase RiverDogs flex ticket plans to reserve a seat in the fun!
The Charleston RiverDogs, the Low-A Affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, in conjunction with Major League Baseball, have announced their schedule for 2021. Charleston will open the gates to fans on Opening Night, presented by REV Federal Credit Union, on May 4th, kicking off a six-day home stand at The
Future Looks Bright for RiverDogs & Rays Organization
Rays GM Neander and 2021 RiverDogs Manager Butera Talk Shop at Introductory Press Conference
Six weeks after receiving an invitation to become one of the Tampa Bay Rays’ minor league affiliates, the Charleston RiverDogs on Friday hosted a press conference with Rays GM Erik Neander and 2021 RiverDogs manager Blake Butera as part of the team’s 2021 Hot Stove Banquet, presented by Container Maintenance
RiverDogs-CCSD continue “Reading Around the Bases” despite COVID-19
Program enters fifth season focusing on continued literacy development and success among CCSD 2nd graders
Charleston County School District (CCSD) and the Charleston RiverDogs are moving forward with “Reading Around the Bases” for the fifth year in a row. The partnership started during the 2016-2017 school year as a way to encourage literacy. The Lowcountry’s professional baseball team (and Single-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay
New Era of Affiliated Baseball in Charleston to Begin in 2021
RiverDogs receive invitation to become affiliate of American League Champion Tampa Bay Rays
The Charleston RiverDogs are pleased to announce the club has been invited by the Tampa Bay Rays to become one of its minor league affiliates for the 2021 season and beyond. The Rays were previously the RiverDogs’ MLB affiliate from 1997-2004 and will replace the New York Yankees, Charleston’s MLB
Feliz NaviDOGS... Just in Time for the Holidays, RiverDogs Offer Two New Ticket Packages
It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year...and the year is 2020, so it was a pretty low bar
In the famous words of Buddy the Elf, "the best way to spread Christmas cheer is buying a RiverDogs holiday ticket package for someone you love."
The "Feliz NaviDOGS" packages are now on sale, while supplies last. There are two options to select from:
- Upper Reserved (learn more)
Charleston Has Spoken...Voters Favor Four More Years.
The incumbent takes the bobblehead poll by more than 2-to-1 margin
For the second-straight Bobblection, the fans have selected Donald J. Trump as the candidate of choice, winning the RiverDogs Bobblection 2020.
“The Lowcountry picked Trump again,” said GM Dave Echols. “We’d be happy to invite (President Trump) out to the ballpark to toss a first pitch next season to recognize
RiverDogs Recognized as Industry-Best for 2020 Marketing Campaign
‘Dogs receive award for creativity despite no games in 2020 season.
The Charleston RiverDogs were awarded a Golden Bobblehead Award—the top honor for creativity in Minor League Baseball—for the “Here for the Holy City” campaign. The award comes as recognition for Best Digital Campaign or Activation.
The #Here4HC slogan has been prominent across the team’s social media channels amidst the COVID-19
Bobblection 2020 Set to Take Place
The event that takes place every four years is back at the Joe. Fans will pick up on October 17
At long last, fans across the Holy City will be invited to come down to the ballpark in 2020 for the Bobblection. Fans will drive through the parking lot to cast their vote for either President Trump or former VP Joe Biden, by selecting a bobblehead of their candidate of
RiverDogs co-owner, Dr. Gene Budig, has passed away
The last President of the American League dies at 81
The RiverDogs are saddened by the passing of Dr. Gene A. Budig, 81, a part-owner of the RiverDogs since January 2007. He is survived by his wife Gretchen, his sister, brother, his 3 children and his 5 grandchildren.
“This is a truly sad day for the RiverDogs family. Gene was
Exclusive experiences continue into the fall
First-ever adult cooking experience in the Segra Club and weekend youth baseball clinics highlight offerings
In a year with no baseball, the RiverDogs are excited to introduce several new events at the ballpark starting in September. The ballclub will launch exclusive adult cooking and dining experiences in the Segra Club at Riley, led by chef Josh Shea, and continue on-field youth baseball instruction with weekend
RiverDogs, Minor League Baseball Make
2020 Season Announcement
RiverDogs will not play South Atlantic League contests in 2020, but plan other events at The Joe
On Tuesday, June 30th the Minor League Baseball offices, in conjunction with Major League Baseball, officially announced that the 2020 season will not take place. This includes the 2020 Charleston RiverDogs campaign, which included 70 scheduled home games at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park. (View message from President/GM Dave Echols)
RiverDogs reaching for new heights as part of McMaster's program
Friday's "To Go" service put on hold
In our continued commitment to fan safety, we are applying for the Palmetto Priority recognition program to ensure our food safety is in accordance with the CDC/reopening guidelines. Because of this, we will not be running our "To Go from the Joe" program tomorrow.
To be clear, our "To Go
RiverDogs release expanded summer camp offerings, starting June 16, with capacity restrictions and new protocols
Baseball camps to be led by Chris Singleton; new one-week culinary camp with Chef Josh Shea
With the start of the 2020 baseball season still delayed, the RiverDogs today announced the expansion of its Youth Summer Camps, presented by Fins Car Wash, along with new restrictions and protocols to keep campers safe in light of COVID-19 precautions.
The team will begin a six-week slate of summer
Charleston RiverDogs, Samsung Lions (KBO) announce International partnership
Rise and shine, Yankees’ Single-A affiliate teams up with 8-time KBO Champions
As fans eagerly wait for the return of baseball in The United States, the Charleston RiverDogs have announced a partnership with the Samsung Lions of the Korean Baseball Organization (KBO).
This mutually beneficial relationship between the two organizations is set to begin immediately with the main objective of encouraging fans
RiverDogs, Boeing Introduce ‘Hall of Honor’ to memorialize military families in Lowcountry
Nominations now being taken on eve of first planned Military Appreciation Night
On the eve of Armed Forces Day and the first scheduled RiverDogs Military Appreciation Night at The Joe, the ballclub is announcing the creation of the Hall of Honor, in partnership with Boeing, and asking for the public to nominate outstanding military veterans with Lowcountry ties.
The new recognition, which
RiverDogs share key points from COVID-19 Readiness Plan
Working plan outlines best practices, procedures for re-opening Riley Park when deemed safe
In anticipation of the 2020 season, the Charleston RiverDogs have developed an extensive COVID-19 readiness plan which sets forth best practices and new standard operating procedures that the team believes will be necessary for Riley Park to open when permitted. This detailed plan follows the journeys of fans, employees, and
‘To Go from The Joe’ will add Delivery Option, expand menu and hours starting this week
Contactless pickup and DoorDash delivery available 11am-6pm Tuesday-Friday
Even though the baseball season has yet to begin, the demand for delicious ballpark food, apparently, has not been delayed. Due to high demand and positive reviews, the RiverDogs will expand its “To Go from The Joe” food service in many aspects starting this week.
After a successful month-long run