Say it isn’t so! Due to the ongoing pandemic, the El Paso Chihuahuas baseball season has been canceled.

While there's no crying in baseball the news of the canceled El Paso Chihuahuas 2020 baseball season has us a bit teary-eyed. As with many events across the globe being canceled or postponed due to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic - The El Paso Chihuahuas and the rest of the Minor League Baseball 2020 season have been canceled.

No players – No games.

The dreaded announcement for players and fans alike came in as Major League Baseball announced on Tuesday, June 30th that they would not be providing players for the season thus canceling this year’s Minor League Baseball 2020 season.

Initially, the El Paso Chihuahuas home opener was set for mid-April with the El Paso Chihuahuas taking on the Las Vegas Aviators (Oakland A’s affiliate) on Tuesday, April 14, 2020 - however due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, all games were postponed and now finally canceled.

Even though the season has been scraped, MountainStar Sports Group and Chihuahuas President Alan Ledford said that they will continue to serve the community and “engage with fans throughout the region through social media, community efforts, and the hard work of our mascot, Chico”.

As far as El Paso Locomotive FC – the season is expected to resume beginning July 11th with a revised game schedule released shortly.


  • Account Executives for Season Seat Memberships and Group & Premium Sales are contacting Season Seat Members and group leaders regarding the status of their current packages.
  • If you would like information regarding your Season Seats or Group and Fundraising tickets, please contact your Account Executive directly via email, phone or text 915-533-BASE
  • At this time, offices and the Southwest University Park Box Offices remain closed
  • For 2020 single-game ticket purchases, please email or text 915-533-BASE

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