About The Dust Devils
The Tri-City Dust Devils set a franchise attendance record for the fourth consecutive year in 2010, as 84,921 fans walked through the gates at Gesa Stadium. It was the sixth consecutive year that the Dust Devils increased attendance, as attendance has increased every year since Hall of Fame third baseman George Brett purchased the team in 2004. During that time, numerous improvements have been made to the ballpark, renamed Gesa Stadium in 2008, including a sunshade structure, a new scoreboard, and new box seats.
The 2011 season will be the eleventh in Dust Devils history. An original member of the Northwest League and a five-time champion, Tri-City (Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland) welcomed affiliated professional baseball back to the community in 2001 after a 16-year absence. The Dust Devils have been affiliated with the Rockies since their founding.