ROUND ROCK, Texas — The sound of fans cheering, home runs and strike-outs were suppose to be what the month of April consisted of for the Round Rock Express.
Instead, the MiLB season was pushed back due to COVID-19.
Now, without a ballpark to feed, the Express is using that food to put together meals.
"Obviously once the COVID-19 stuff hit, we're not able to do that in traditional means," explained general manager Tim Jackson. "Can we get some of this off property but also help people?"
Hot dogs, hamburgers and pulled pork sandwiches are just some of the meals the Express has put together for families.