FAQ

For detailed information on Rochester Honkers Baseball, please visit the topics below:

Where is the Rochester Honkers Office located?
When is the Rochester Honkers Office open?
Where do the Rochester Honkers play?
When does the ticket booth open?
When do gates open?
What happens in the event of a rainout?
What can I bring in with me?
How much are tickets?
Is there a child or senior price?
Can I purchase my tickets online?
What’s the difference in the kinds of tickets?
Can I upgrade my ticket?
Can I exchange my ticket for a different game?
Can I get my tickets mailed or placed at will-call for me?
Is there Handicap parking and seating available?
Pet Policy
Rain Policy
Ticket Back Disclaimer
What level of baseball are the Rochester Honkers?

Rochester Honkers Office (Business)

307 E Center Street
Rochester, MN 55904
(507) 289-1170

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Rochester Honkers Office Hours

Off Season
Monday: 9am – 5pm
Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
Wednesday: 9am – 5pm
Thursday: 9am – 5pm
Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED
Game Days (7:05pm Start Times):
Monday: 9am – 4pm
Tuesday: 9am – 4pm
Wednesday: 9am – 4pm
Thursday: 9am – 4pm
Friday: 9am – 4pm
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED
 

 

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Game Days (12:05 pm and 1:05 pm Start Times):
Weekday Day Games (12:05 pm Start Times): 9am – 10am
Sunday Day Games (1:05 pm Start Times): CLOSED

Where do the Rochester Honkers play?

The Rochester Honkers play at Mayo Field.
Mayo Field is located at:

403 E Center Street
Rochester, MN 55904

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When does the ticket booth open?

The ticket booth opens 90 minutes prior to the scheduled first pitch.

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When do gates open?

Gates open 1 hour prior to the scheduled first pitch. This includes the Main Gate and the Sports Deck.

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What happens in the event of a rainout?

In the event of bad weather, the best place to find out if the game has been delayed, postponed, or canceled is on our website at www.rochesterhonkers.com, or the Honkers Facebook page.  If we need to make any adjustments to the game, we’ll immediately put a story on our home page and Facebook describing any details.

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What can I bring in with me?

No food, beverage or related containers are allowed into Mayo Field. No pets,except certified assistance dogs, are allowed into Mayo Field unless otherwise approved by the Rochester Honkers Front Office Staff. Blankets and umbrellas may be carried in as long as they do not interfere with the game experience for the fans in attendance. Rochester Honkers Front Office Staff reserves the right to ask any fan to return their items to their vehicle in such cases that it does interfere.  To ensure the safety of fans, players, and employees, all containers and bags are subject to inspection.

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How much are tickets?

2018 Individual Game Ticket Prices:

General Admission: $8 (Ages 3 & under: Free)
Grandstand Reserved: $9 (All ages)
Box Seat Reserved: $12 (All ages)
Sports Deck including GA: Adult (ages 13+): $30, Child (ages 4-12): $20
Sports Deck without GA: Adult (ages 13+): $22, Child (ages 4-12): $12
(Only purchase a Sports Deck w/o GA if you already have GA ticket)

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Is there a child or senior price?

Children ages 3 and under receive free admission and do not need a ticket, unless sitting in their own seat in the Grandstand Reserved or Box Seats.  All Grandstand Reserved and Box Seat fans must have a ticket for their assigned seat.  Any Rochester Honkers fan over the age of 4 will pay regular admission price.  The Rochester Honkers do not offer any additional child or senior ticket discounts.

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Can I purchase my tickets online?

Single game tickets will go on sale in the Spring of 2018 for the 2018 season.  Visit the Honkers website and purchase your tickets online by clicking on “Buy Tickets” on the right side. You can then print them at home!  No more waiting for your tickets in the mail or at the ticket booth!

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What’s the difference in the kinds of tickets?

General Admission Tickets provide you with access to the game and a non-reserved grandstand seat, located throughout the stadium from row 4 and above. The grandstand is bleacher seating with back rests.

Grandstand Reserved Tickets provide you with access to the game and a reserved grandstand seat located in Section D & Section E, directly behind home plate. The grandstand is bleacher seating with back rests.

Box Seat Reserved Tickets offer the best viewing for Honkers fans who want to be as close to the action as possible. These premium reserved seats are located in the first two rows of the stadium, with food and beverage wait-service included.

Sports Deck Tickets provide access to the Sports Deck, but you also need a GA Ticket to gain access to the game. On the Sports Deck, you will enjoy unlimited food through the 7th inning and unlimited beverage through the 8th inning.  Food items include: burgers, vegi burgers, hot dogs, brats, pulled pork, pulled chicken, choice of bun or tortilla, baked potatoes, baked beans, potato chips, and popcorn. Beverages include Pepsi products and four flavors of tap beer. Wine and specialty items are available for an additional fee. The Sports Deck offers first come first served standing and limited seating. Group pricing (30+) is available by calling the Honkers Office at 507-289-1170 

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Can I upgrade my ticket?

General Admission tickets may be upgraded to the Sports Deck.  Ticket upgrades can be done for any game at the Rochester Honkers Office during regular office hours, or at the ticket booth for that day’s game only. Upgrades cannot be done online, or at the ticket booth for a future game date.  A maximum of one ticket may be used towards an upgrade, multiple tickets cannot be combined to equal the value of another ticket. Ticket upgrade prices are listed below.

General Admission, Grandstand Reserved & Box Seat Reserved
Upgrade to Sports Deck: Adult $22 / Child (ages 4-12) $12

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Can I exchange my tickets for a different game?

General Admission, Grandstand Reserved, Box Seat Reserved and Sports Deck tickets may be exchanged for a ticket of equal or lesser value for a future home game at the Rochester Honkers Office prior to the original game date.  Tickets exchanges will be based on availability of the future game. Any expired or used game tickets will not be granted an exchange. No cash refund will be given on tickets exchanged for a ticket of lesser value.

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Can I get my tickets mailed or placed at will-call for me?

When ordering tickets over the phone, you may choose to have your tickets mailed to you or placed at the Stadium Box Office under Will-Call. All phone orders must be paid for at the time of the order, no tickets will be held without full payment.  If you choose to have your tickets mailed to you, there will be a $1.00 convenience fee added to your order.  Tickets placed at Will-Call do not have an additional charge but please remember a photo ID to claim your tickets.  When mailing tickets, please allow 5 business days from the date of your ticket order for the tickets to arrive. If your game is within 5 days, tickets will automatically be placed at Will-Call for you. The Stadium Box Office opens 90 minutes prior to the scheduled first pitch.

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Is there handicap parking and seating available?

Limited handicap parking is available in the Mayo Field parking lot on a first come, first serve basis. Handicap seating is located on the third base side of the stadium. Those requiring  handicap seating may purchase a General Admission ticket and sit in the provided area.

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Pet Policy
With the exception of legitimate service animals, no pets or animals of any kind are allowed into the stadium.  The Rochester Honkers do allow some animals into the stadium for the sole purpose of participating in an on field promotion (pre-determined and scheduled only) as well as promotional dates (Bark in the Park).

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Rain Policy

Gates Open
If a legal game (4.5 innings) is not played the “used” General Admission Ticket may be exchanged for a current regular season general admission ticket.

Gates Don’t Open
Tickets can be exchanged for equal value of tickets or merchandise for the current regular season.

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Ticket Back Disclaimer

The holder assumes all risk and danger incidental to the game of baseball, whether occurring prior to, during or subsequent to, the actual playing of the game, including specifically (but not exclusively), the danger of being injured by thrown bats or thrown or batted balls, and agrees that the Northwoods League, the Rochester Honkers, member clubs, and players are not liable for injuries resulting from such causes.

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What level of baseball are the Rochester Honkers?

The Rochester Honkers are a member of the finest developmental league for elite college baseball players, the Northwoods League. The Northwoods League (NWL) is a summer collegiate league which provides a place for the best college players in the country to spend their summers and display their talents to professional scouts. Every player in the NWL must be enrolled in college and have at least one year of athletic eligibility to participate in the NWL and due to NCAA regulations, the players cannot get paid while playing in the NWL. The league is designed to give college players the minor league experience by playing 72 games in 76 days, playing with wood bats, traveling on charter buses, and staying in hotels while on the road.

Playing its 25th season of summer collegiate baseball, the Northwoods League is the largest organized baseball league in the world with 18 teams, drawing significantly more fans, in a friendly ballpark experience, than any league of its kind. A valuable training ground for coaches, umpires and front office staff, more than 115 Northwoods League players have advanced to Major League Baseball, including MLB All-Stars Max Scherzer (DET), Chris Sale (CWS), Jordan Zimmermann (WAS), Curtis Granderson (NYY), Allen Craig (STL) and Ben Zobrist (TB). All Northwoods League games are viewable live and free of charge via the Northwoods League YouTube channel

For more information, visit www.rochesterhonkers.com.
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