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The Corpus Christi Hooks home opener did not disappoint. The series opposite Northwest Arkansas brings minor league baseball back to the Coastal Bend. 

This is the 14th season at Whataburger Field for the Hook and after absorbing a 9-0 loss to Arkansas last year, the Hooks are now 10-4 in home openers.

Corpus Christi had engineered a 9-game win streak in Whataburger Field debuts from 2008 to 2016 and the win tonight gets them back on track to start a new streak. 

Omar Lopez begins his first season as Corpus Christi’s field chief in 2018.

Lopez, the seventh skipper in the 14-year history of the Hooks, enters his 20th campaign with the Astros organization.

The Hooks won their home debut 5-2 over the Naturals. 

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