The passion the people of Corpus Christi share for their Houston Astros and Hooks is undeniable, ever present, and inspiring.The Hooks not only plan to bring the Houston Astros' World Series Trophy to Whataburger Field for Astros World Series Trophy Night presented by Mike Shaw Automotive on April 16 & 17,
The passion the people of Corpus Christi share for their Houston Astros and Hooks is undeniable, ever present, and inspiring.
The Hooks not only plan to bring the Houston Astros' World Series Trophy to Whataburger Field for Astros World Series Trophy Night presented by Mike Shaw Automotive on April 16 & 17, but also guarantee that every fan who attends the contests against Northwest Arkansas has the opportunity to take a picture with this piece of Baseball history.
"The Astros certainly earned it in 2017, and our Coastal Bend community has earned this opportunity to connect with history," Hooks General Manager Wes Weigle said. "Everyone who wants one will get a picture with our guest of honor. This commitment to the fans speaks to the generosity of our front office, gameday staffers, the Aramark crew, and the Houston Astros organization. We will stay open all night to make this happen."
The Commissioner's Trophy will be showcased in the VIP deck, which is elevated behind the right-field fence, affording fans a view of the game while they wait in line.
Click Here or call 361-561-HOOK (4665) to purchase advance tickets. Hospitality areas and suite rentals are limited, but still available for both nights.
Hooks Season Members can utilize a "fast lane" to take photos with the World Series Trophy. Click Here for more information on becoming a Hooks Season Member.
Select concessions stands will remain open throughout the evening. Alcohol sales end at midnight. Fans will not be able to enter or reenter the ballpark past the sixth inning.
A game ticket is required for entry, and children 3-and-under are admitted free.
The Astros captured the first World Series title in their 56-year history with a 5-1 Game 7 victory November 1, 2017, at Dodger Stadium. A contingent of 10 former Hooks were featured on Houston's 25-man World Series roster, including Fall Classic MVP George Springer and American League MVP José Altuve. Corpus Christi alums Chris Devenski, Lance McCullers, Jr., and Joe Musgrove accounted for three of the Astros' four Series wins.