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The Redbirds and AutoZone Park Host the Triple-A National Championship Game on Tuesday, Sept. 17!

The Memphis Redbirds have been selected to host the 2019 Triple-A National Championship Game at AutoZone Park on Tuesday, Sept. 17!

The game, presented by Ephesus Sports Lighting, pits the winner of the Pacific Coast League against the winner of the International League in a one-game, winner-take-all showdown for Triple-A supremacy.



Ticket Options

All ticket purchases come with a free order of BBQ Nachos and a drink and a free Redbirds hat!

Also available are specialty tickets that include a great Redbirds or Cardinals item along with the nachos/drink! ($19 Field Box/$22 Dugout/$26 Club Level)

Ticket +
Free Nacho/Drink

Ticket + Free Nacho/Drink + Redbirds Cooler

Ticket + Free Nacho/Drink + Cardinals Adult Fleece Vest

Ticket + Free Nacho/Drink + Cardinals Golf Umbrella

Ticket + Free Nacho/Drink + Mystery Championship Ring

Ticket + Free Nacho/Drink + Mystery Bobblehead

Triple-A Playoffs Bracket

Game History

The Redbirds are the reigning Triple-A National Champions after being the runner-up in 2017, and the City of Memphis previously hosted the game in 2016.

Memphis is the first city to have the honor of repeating as Triple-A National Championship Game host since the game moved away from being played annually in Oklahoma City in 2011!

The Redbirds previously hosted the game in 2016, a 3-1 win for the IL's Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (Yankees) over the PCL's El Paso Chihuahuas (Padres), in front of a raucous Downtown Memphis crowd of 9,471.

Triple-A National Championship Game History
2006: Tucson 5, Toledo 2 (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
2007: Sacramento 7, Richmond 1 (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
2008: Sacramento 4, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 1 (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
2009: Durham 5, Memphis 4 (11 inn.) (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
2010: Columbus 12, Tacoma 6 (Oklahoma City, Okla.)
2011: Columbus 8, Omaha 3 (Albuquerque, N.M.)
2012: Reno 10, Pawtucket 3 (Durham, N.C.)
2013: Omaha 2, Durham 1 (Allentown, Pa.)
2014: Omaha 4, Pawtucket 2 (Charlotte, N.C.)
2015: Fresno 7, Columbus 0 (El Paso, Texas)
2016: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 3, El Paso 1 (Memphis, Tenn.)
2017: Durham 5, Memphis 3 (Scranton, Pa.)
2018: Memphis 14, Durham 4 (Columbus, Ohio)
2019: PCL vs. IL (Memphis, Tenn.)

    Notable Alumni

    • Trevor Bauer (Reno, 2012)
    • Josh Bell (Reno, 2012)
    • Lorenzo Cain (Omaha, 2011)
    • Clint Frazier (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 2016)
    • David Freese (Memphis, 2009)
    • Jon Jay (Memphis, 2009)
    • Tony Kemp (Fresno, 2015)
    • Ian Kennedy (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 2008)
    • Kevin Kiermaier (Durham, 2013)
    • Jason Kipnis (Columbus, 2010)
    • Ryan Ludwick (Toledo, 2006)
    • Whit Merrifield (Omaha, 2014)
    • Jake Odorizzi (Durham, 2013)
    • Hunter Renfroe (El Paso, 2016)
    • Travis Shaw (Pawtucket, 2014)