Maury Wills Knothole Gang
The Maury Wills Knothole Gang is the official kids club of the F-M RedHawks and is open to all kids 3 to 13 years old
Knothole gangs came about in the early part of the 1920s as professional ballparks were first being built with wooden fences. Kids without a ticket would find that the wooden fences surrounding the parks provided spy holes to watch the games for free. These holes were created when knots in the wood popped out. Naturally gangs of kids gathered around the knotholes. As a minor league baseball promotion, the Knothole Gang became a special ticket package for children (usually no more than 12–14 years of age) sold in an effort to bring more families out to games. When the RedHawks franchise was started in 1996, team executives deceided to honor the term by naming the kids’ club “RedHawks Knothole Gang” and renamed later after Dodgers legend and RedHawks announcer Maury Wills.
Commemorative membership credential and lanyard
Drawstring Backpack Autograph Book
Collectable Series Magnet
RedHawks temporary tattoos
Youth General Admission Voucher for seven (6) Sunday home games during 2021 regular season
- 10% members' discount on RedHawks birthday party packages
Special offers/vouchers from Thunder Road Family Fun Park, Casey's and more!
- Birthday card from Hawkeye and the RedHawks
To register your child for the Maury Wills Knothole Gang, please call (701) 478-9203 or contact the RedHawks via email.