Dell Diamond

From BR Bullpen

  • Name: Dell Diamond
  • GPS-able Address: 3400 East Palm Valley Boulevard, Round Rock, TX 78665
  • Ballpark Owner: City of Round Rock
  • Architects: HKS
  • Groundbreaking: 2/26/1999
  • Minor League Baseball Teams: Round Rock Express (AAA) 2005-present; Round Rock Express (AA) 2000-2004
  • Class/League History: AAA/Pacific Coast League 2022-present; AAA/Triple-A West 2021; AAA/Pacific Coast League 2005-2020; AA/Texas League 2000-2004
  • First Professional Baseball Game: 4/16/2000; stadium debut of Class AA Express
  • Others Playing or Operating Here: None
  • Previous Ballpark Names: Seafirst None
  • LF: 335 CF: 400 RF: 325
  • Seats: 8,722
  • Stated Capacity: 11,631
  • House Baseball/Softball Record Attendance (as currently configured): 13,475, 6/16/2006


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Dell Diamond in Round Rock, TX, is the home of the Round Rock Express, the Texas Rangers' Triple-A Pacific Coast League farm team. An 8-foot bronze of Express co-owner and Hall of Fame pitcher Nolan Ryan adorns the main entrance.

Opened in 2000, its naming rights were sold to Dell Computers four months before its debut. The contract has been renewed once and now runs through the 2023 season.

"The Dell" appears in The Rookie (2002) and two seasons of TV's Fear the Walking Dead (2015- ). A game played as FTWD's fictional Armadillos drew a near-house record 13,095.

It was to host the 2021 Triple-A All-Star Game - the only one scheduled in the minors after Major League Baseball downsized them - but it was canceled when their seasons were pushed back a month.

The round rock - for which the city is named - is 10 minutes away, in Brushy Creek near the Chisholm Trail Road bridge.


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