Frisco RoughRiders






We are excited to announce that Legacy Veterinary Hospital has been chosen as the official vet for the Frisco RoughRiders and Brooks.  Brooks, a 4 year old Golden Labrador Retriever, serves as the club's new official "bat dog" and team ambassador.

Officially trained as a guide dog, Brooks has gone through a career change to work in professional baseball. He now is a bat dog who works at retrieving bats, taking water to the umpires and his favorite job is running the bases with young fans after RoughRiders games. 

The canine came to the Riders through a partnership with Guide Dogs for the Blind. Since 1942, Guide Dogs for the Blind (GDB) has empowered lives by creating exceptional partnerships between people, dogs and communities. GDB is the largest Guide Dog school in the country and is dedicated to providing high quality student training services and extensive follow-up support for graduates. Their programs are made possible through the teamwork of staff, volunteers and generous donors. Services are provided to students from the United States and Canada at no cost to them.







Look for us at the "Bark in the Park" games!

The Frisco RoughRiders popular Bark in the Park Nights are back for the 2017 season! The Riders will host three nights at Dr Pepper Ballpark where fans will have the opportunity to bring their canine companion to the ballpark and also enjoy many other dog-related giveaways and activities! 2017 Bark in the Park Night dates are listed below.

Sunday, April 23 (Gates open at 3 p.m. / 4:05 p.m. first pitch)
Monday, June 19 (Gates open at 6 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. first pitch)
Wednesday, August 30 (Gates open at 6 p.m. / 7:05 p.m. first pitch)


Keeping in mind that not everyone attending these nights is a "dog person," we ask fans bringing their best friend to the ballpark to observe these basic rules so that everyone (whether they have two legs or four) can have a fun, memorable night at the ballpark!

Where to the Enter the Ballpark All dog owners should enter the ballpark through the designated "doggie gate," which is the CENTER FIELD GATE, located on the Northeast side of Dr Pepper Ballpark. Owners are required to show up-to-date vaccination records, and must sign a liability waiver in order to bring your dog into the ballpark.

Doggie Tickets and Seating Areas Dogs are not required to have a ticket. Only human companions need a ticket for Bark in the Park Night!


Fans with dogs should enter the ballpark through the Center Field Gate after providing the dog's shot records and signing the liability waiver form.

Dogs are only permitted to sit with their human companions in the Grass Berm seating section. Dogs and their owners can also walk along the concourse areas of Dr Pepper Ballpark. Dogs are not permitted to be in the seating bowl at any time, but are permitted to go anywhere on the grass berm.

Dogs ARE permitted in concession lines on the concourse, Founder's Express concession lines, and Carnival Getaway Grill lines, but are NOT permitted inside the JCPenney Club, InTouch Grille, or Triple Play Tavern.

To purchase tickets for any of the three (3) Bark in the Park dates during the 2016 season use the below links (NOTE: you will want to select "Grass Berm"). You can also visit the Dr Pepper Ballpark Box Office on game day.

Doggie Water and Restroom Areas Water and doggie pools will be provided for dogs in the Grass Berm area. The "doggie rest room" area will be located directly outside the Center Field Gate. Fans are REQUIRED to scan their ticket out, then scan back in. Fans are also required to clean up after their dogs and baggies will be provided in that area. Should your dog have an accident inside the ballpark, please clean up after your dog or if necessary, alert your nearest RoughRiders usher or staff member so they can alert the cleaning crew immediately.

Other General Bark in the Park Night Guidelines

  • All dogs must be on a leash at all times!
  • The RoughRiders ask fans to observe a 1:1 human-to-dog ratio. We understand that many families have multiple dogs, so please recruit a friend to come along if you have more than one dog attending!
  • Fans are permitted to bring food and water into the ballpark for their dogs ONLY. Human food and drinks are not permitted to be brought inside the ballpark.
  • If your dog is known to be aggressive around other dogs, please be extra careful, or refrain from bringing him or her to the ballpark. Dogs who show aggression to other dogs or humans will be asked to leave the ballpark.
  • Have fun! The RoughRiders are pleased to provide a rare event in a public facility that permits people to attend with their dogs. Your cooperation and control of your dog will make the night fun and successful, even for those who don't have a dog!

If you have additional questions on Bark in the Park Night with the RoughRiders at Dr Pepper Ballpark, please call (972) 334-1900.

Frisco RoughRiders
Dr Pepper Ballpark
7300 RoughRiders Trail
Frisco, TX 75034
Ph. (972) 334-1900

Ticket Office: (972) 731-9200