SONOMA, Calif.– The Sonoma Stompers Professional Baseball Club is proud to announce it’s second consecutive year of partnership with the Red Grape, the official restaurant of Stompers spring training.
The Red Grape, which will provide post-game meals for Stompers players on select spring training days, is known for their delicious thin-crust pizza. Owners Carol and Sam Morphy offer their guests a relaxed dining environment just off the Sonoma Plaza complete with a classic brick oven and a large patio.
“The support of the Red Grape during our spring training is invaluable to us,” said Stompers General Manager Brett Creamer. “Their food is incredible, and I know our team appreciates the hospitality during their first few days back in town.”
Spring training officially begins on Tuesday, when the Stompers face each other in an intersquad game at Peterson Field in Sonoma. On Wednesday, the team is set to play its first exhibition game against the Napa Silverados at 1 p.m. at Seawolf Diamond at Sonoma State.
Fans can see several returners on new manager Zack Pace’s spring training squad, including championship game starter Ty’Relle Harris and stalwart right-hander Juan Espinosa. Fan favorites and Bay Area natives Eddie Mora-Loera, Daniel Baptista and Daniel Comstock also return.