Stompers' Home Opener Tuesday Set to Celebrate Champions, Support Community and Showcase New Ballpark Features

 The Sonoma Stompers line up for the National Anthem at Wilson Park before Tuesday's 11-4 victory over the Vallejo Admirals. (James W. Toy / Sonoma Stompers)

The Sonoma Stompers line up for the National Anthem at Wilson Park before Tuesday's 11-4 victory over the Vallejo Admirals. (James W. Toy / Sonoma Stompers)

Hayley M. Slye / Media Relations

SONOMA, Calif.– The Sonoma Stompers Professional Baseball Club, presented by Virginia Dare Winery, is hoping for a hero's welcome when they take the field at People’s Home Equity Ballpark at Arnold Field Tuesday, June 13 against the Vallejo Admirals. The homestand goes until Thursday, June 15 and first pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m. all three nights.  

The Stompers went 41-31 on their way to a Pacific Association championship in 2016, and return to Sonoma after a nine-game road trip to start the 2017 season. The Stompers are 4-0 on the season after a 11-4 victory in Vallejo Tuesday.

Sonoma is returning many from its title team, including 2016 Pacific Association MVP Joel Carranza, Pacific Association Manager of the Year Takashi Miyoshi, right-handed ace Mike Jackson Jr., four-year Stomper Matt Hibbert and fan favorite Yuki Yasuda.  


The Stompers are Sonoma

Each Stompers home series in 2017 will benefit a local non-profit organization or cause. The opening homestand will honor longtime Sonoma Valley High School Varsity Baseball Coach and English Professor, Don Lyons, for his dedication to Sonoma Valley youth sports and education. A portion of the proceeds will be made in his name to the El Verano School’s After School Program. The Stompers will also be accepting donations on his behalf.

 When you support the Stompers, you support Sonoma. 

Mary’s Slice Shack at Arnold Field

Mary’s Pizza Shack and Slice Shack, a founding partner of Stompers Baseball since its  inaugural 2014 season, has stepped up to the plate again with the Mary’s Slice Shack at Arnold Field. Located on the first-base side right at the main gate, fans can grab a Mary’s Pizza slice and a fresh salad, along with premium draft beers, local wine, soft drinks and snacks.

The Beer Garden is BACK!

Thanks to our friends at 3 Badge Beverage Corp., we’re excited to introduce the Gus The Bus Beer Garden, located in the grass down the left field line. The Gus The Bus Garden will feature ice cold beer, premium wines from Virginia Dare and Lesse-Fitch, as well as a casual atmosphere perfect for all ages. The Gus The Bus Beer Garden is also available for private events, be it company BBQs, family reunions, or picnics. Corn hole and baseball are calling your name. Call us at 707-938-7277 for information, pricing, catering menus and reservations.

The Stompers are also proud to announce new beverage offerings and new value pricing for the 2017 season, courtesy our partners at Columbia Distributing and Lagunitas. Coors Light is just $5 on draft, and Lagunitas, and other premium drafts are only $6 for 14 ounces. New to the ballpark this summer is Blue Moon on draft and in 16 oz. aluminium bottles, Coors Light in 16 oz. aluminium bottles, Modelo Especial in a thirst-quenching 24 oz. can and 16 ounces of Gus the Bus American IPA in a 16 oz. can, perfect for a Sonoma summer night.

KRAVE Klub Upgrade

Now with new chairs and improved sight lines, the KRAVE Klub, presented by our partners at KRAVE Jerky, is one of the best venues to watch the game. Available for single-game purchases or group events, the KRAVE Klub will leave you wanting more Stompers baseball.


Tickets and merchandise are available now either online or at the fan shop at 234 W Napa Street, in downtown Sonoma. Tickets will also be available at the box office on game days, starting 30 minutes prior to the game. Use promo code "OPENINGDAY" to receive 15% off of home opener tickets online.

For more information, please contact the front office at 707-938-7277, or email