Billings Mustangs

Pioneer League
Cincinnati Reds

The only zip line
in all of baseball

Our ballpark is a
multi-purpose venue

Homer has the best job in baseball:
entertaining children

The food in Billings
is second to none

Billings consistently is among the
top three in league attendance

Dehler Park was voted
best ballpark in Rookie ball

A championship team for a
championship community

Montana's iconic Rimrocks offer
the perfect setting for baseball

Meeting future
major league stars

Our mascot is
every child's best friend

Making kids'
dreams come true

The longest affiliation
in short-season baseball

Billings Mustangs

Voted Best Rookie League Ballpark
by Ballpark Digest (2016)

League: Pioneer League (Rookie)

Ballpark: Dehler Park (2008)

Location: Billings, Montana

Affiliate: Cincinnati Reds

Website: www.billingsmustangs.com

About the Mustangs

Billings Mustangs: Boasting the longest major league affiliation in all of short-season baseball, 44 years with the Cincinnati Reds, the Billings Mustangs have been a fixture in the Billings community since 1948 and are widely regarded as the premier team in the Pioneer League. Each year, more than 105,000 guests visit Dehler Park to cheer on the Mustangs, take a casual stroll around the fan-friendly wrap-around concourse, dine on a famous ‘Stang Burger, or just sit back and enjoy the ballgame with family and friends. From the annual Mega-Candy Drop to our unique zip line to kids taking the field with the Mustangs players and running the bases after the game, the Mustangs put smiles on our fans’ faces while creating memories to last a lifetime.

Dehler Park, home of the Mustangs, rests in the shadows of the world-famous Billings Rimrocks and was voted "best Rookie League ballpark in the country" by Ballpark Digest. Since its construction in 2008, Dehler Park has played a major role in the revitalization of downtown Billings. The club is consistently among the league's top two in attendance and, in 2012, the team won the Bob Freitas Award from Minor League Baseball for long-term excellence. Billings is the only team in all of baseball to boast a 300-foot long dual zip line inside its ballpark. The Mustangs also give back: in 2016, the team was the Pioneer League nominee for the John Henry Moss Award for Community Service. The Mustangs provide Yellowstone Valley residents with fun, affordable family-friendly entertainment all summer long and, with a full schedule of promotions and giveaways, each Mustangs game is a memory to be treasured.

Recognition

"Take your family out to the ballgame at Dehler Park. Baseball in Billings is a great way this summer to spend time with your kids. Enjoy the Billings Mustangs!"
-KTVQ.com, May 30, 2019

"Over the past two years, the Mustangs have signed a new ten-year lease with the City of Billings, extended its unique relationship with the Mustangs Boosters, made improvements to concession stands, built a new picnic area in left field and, this season, added a new beer stand behind home plate. The City of Billings and the Mustangs are also partnering on a new state-of-the-art Daktronics videoboard, 20 feet tall by 36 feet wide, which will be installed prior to the first game of the season."
-Ballpark Digest, April 30, 2019

"The Pioneer League on Tuesday announced that the Billings Mustangs were the inaugural winner of the Jim McCurdy President’s Award for Continued Excellence. The league established the award during last winter’s baseball meetings, and it recognizes the long-term successes and collaborations of league clubs and their communities and fans."
-Billings Gazette, April 30, 2019

"The video display board at Dehler Park is getting an upgrade this spring, increasing in size to more than three times the park's original screen. The new screen will be 20 feet by 36 feet and cost $238,085.... Along with the new video display, the park will also feature a new beer stand behind home plate."
-Billings Gazette, April 24, 2019

"As ballparks go, Dehler Park is the best and the brightest in the Pioneer League."
-Ballpark Digest, April 18, 2017

"Main Street Baseball is known to have sweetened baseball fans’ experience with helicopter drops of candy and marshmallows. Here’s hoping their excitement is contagious. Their passion for Minor League Baseball is matched with imagination for creating a great experience for fans and families."
-Billings Gazette, April 1, 2015

"Heller sees things differently than most. His imagination isn’t confined to out-of-the-box big. His is out-of-the-ballpark big."
-Billings Gazette, March 25, 2015

"The Mustangs as you formerly knew them were Nehi grape soda, rotary phones and your grandmother’s comfortable Buick with the AM/FM radio. The new Mustangs under Main Street Baseball will be coconut water, the iPhone6 and a Lexus with Sirius XM."
-Billings Gazette, December 6, 2014

"The Mustangs' owners have worked hard to make Billings the best Rookie League experience in all of minor league baseball.​"
-Billings Gazette, December 23, 2016

"Main Street Baseball’s extensive Minor League experience will ensure that it gets the best possible deal on any future naming rights for the park, the field, a zip line or other feature. That revenue will support continuation of Billings’ professional baseball tradition.​"
-Billings Gazette, April 28, 2017

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