El Paso
Diablos

Collectibles

Other Resources

Programs: $1.00 Scorecard

Photo of The Strike Zone souvenir shop
The Strike Zone souvenir shop
...found just inside the main entrance
Saltdogs program

$1.00 Scorecard

The Diablos do not sell a "proper" souvenir program (magazine format). They sell a simple scorecard that has 8 pages stapled inside. Most of the pages are advertisements but you will find some sections about the team, league and season as well as the scorecard itself.

Besides the scorecard, you can find many other collectibles and souvenirs in The Strike Zone. It's just inside the main entrance (on your left as you go in). It also has an ATM in case you need cash to make any purchases.

Food

Photo of Hard Ball Cafe
Just another beautiful sunset over the mountains as seen from the Hard Ball Cafe

Standard Fare with a little spice

The food options are fairly standard at Cohen Stadium. The usual hot dogs, brats and hamburgers are easy to find. What's different are the spicy options of fresh chile peppers (red and green) to add a little spice. Beyond that you can also find cotton candy, funnel cakes, popcorn along with nachors, chicharrones and churros.

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A different definition of a "Chile Dog"

Food stands are on the on each side and behind home plate. The third base side may have the best selection and certainly the best views from the Hard Ball Cafe patio area (full of picnic tables).

Restrooms

Photo of Hard Ball Cafe
Women's Room
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Mens room
(with elbow arrow to entrance)

Before the game:

None.
Unless they'll let you enter early there are no rest rooms available in the parking areas. You might be able to walk to one of the nearby restaurants such as the Great American Land & Cattle Company.

During the game

Two sets of permanent restrooms are on the main concourse. These are truly huge and can easily handle large crowds.