‡ Restricted list Through the 2019 season, the team has played in 2,375 regular season games and compiled a win–loss record of 1,217–1,158. Olt went on to lead the Texas League in home runs with 28 despite getting called up to the big leagues in early August. [5] Frisco saw 675,620 fans come through the turnstiles at Dr Pepper Ballpark, which ranked fourth overall in all of minor league attendance. [5] The 2013 team finished with an even 70–70 record, but failed to win either half of the season. They qualified for the Texas League playoffs in their inaugural season by winning the first-half title, 40–30. They play their home games at Dr Pepper Ballpark, which opened in 2003 and seats 10,316 people.[2]. In 2012, Forbes ranked the Rough Riders as the 4th most valuable franchise in Minor League Baseball. [6] The team once again captured the first-half division title, 43–27, but also won the second-half title, 41–29, with an overall record of 84–56. The team has an overall postseason record of 23–23. The team would play at Dr Pepper Ballpark, a newly constructed stadium, and be the Double-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers. [4] Their final 2007 season record was 85–55, the best ever in RoughRiders' history. The Frisco RoughRiders (often shortened to 'Riders) are a Minor League Baseball team of the Texas League and the Double-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers. Making his first pitching performance in the Metroplex since signing with Texas for $60 million (after the Rangers paid a $51.7 million posting fee to the Hokkaido Nippon Ham Fighters), Yu Darvish struck out top Frisco prospect Jurickson Profar to begin four scoreless innings in a 6–1 exhibition win over the RoughRiders at Dr Pepper Ballpark on April 4, 2012. "Dr Pepper Ballpark / Frisco RoughRiders", "Pelicans Chairman leads group to buy Rangers Double-A affiliate", "2020 Minor League Baseball Season Shelved", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Frisco_RoughRiders&oldid=984034128, Baseball teams in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Scorched red, slate blue, Texas navy, cream, This page was last edited on 17 October 2020, at 19:27. [4] Frisco manager Scott Little won the league's Manager of the Year Award. The free, saliva tests will be administered Mondays – Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Located in Frisco, Texas, in the United States, the stadium has a capacity of 10,316. "The Rough Riders" name comes from the the historic 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment during the Spanish-American War, which was headed by the not-yet-President, Theodore Roosevelt, who is also incorporated in their team logo.

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