Hillsboro Hops Ballpark concourse rendering
Hillsboro Hops Ballpark  / HillsboroOR
What does teamwork on the field and in the community look like? 

It starts with a dream

The Hillsboro Hops is a Minor League Baseball team located in Hillsboro, Oregon, a city in the Portland metropolitan area. Hillsboro Hops are the High-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks. The 2014, 2015 & 2019 Northwest League Champions will soon be playing in a new ballpark, adjacent to the Gordon Faber Recreation Complex.

The Hops were previously a Class-A Short Season team. MLB removed that minor league classification as part of a larger reorganization of the minor leagues ahead of the 2021 season, promoting the Hops and several other teams to the more prestigious High-A classification. With the Hillsboro Hops promotion to the High-A level, the Hops must now meet updated Major League Baseball (MLB) facility standards. The City of Hillsboro is partnering with the Hops to support the team in its efforts to meet the new baseball player development requirements. The original intent of the project was to renovate Ron Tonkin Field, but after the completion of preliminary design and analysis through the progressive design-build process, it was determined that it will be more cost effective to design and build a new ballpark.

Facts And Figures

Baseball Game Capacity: 6,000 people

Concerts/Community Event Capacity: 7,000 people

Estimated Completion by 2025 Season Opener

Delivery Methods

Progressive Design Build

Teamwork on the field and in the community

The fans, the players, the friends, the kids, the lights, the sounds, the food and the game of baseball itself brings the Hillsboro community together. The new ballpark will keep the tradition of Hops baseball alive and will include general admissions seating, premium seating, training facilities, concessions, and new bars.

The ballpark will be designed and built to accommodate a year-round outdoor entertainment venue, including Hops home baseball games, concerts, festivals, community events, and amateur baseball games. The stadium will host 6,000 for baseball games and 7,000 for concerts and other community events. Fan experience and affordable fun will continue to be at the forefront of the new ballpark. The new ballpark will create a more robust regional entertainment destination that will provide additional benefits to the Hillsboro community as well as the Hops.

The requirement to meet new MLB facility standards has turned into an opportunity for us to reimagine what kind of venue our region needs and deserves. This new ballpark is going to be a generational project that serves as a community gathering place for decades to come.

The Team


City of Hillsboro

Hillsboro Hops Baseball

SRG Architecture

Populous Architecture