Kentucky Baseball Reserved Seating Season Tickets Sold Out
LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Kentucky baseball team has sold out of its reserved seating season tickets for 2017, the fifth consecutive year fans have purchased the full allotment. Fans can still purchase general admission season tickets and single-game tickets go on sale Monday, Feb. 6.
Tickets can be purchased at UKBaseballTix.com. General admission single game tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for youth and seniors. A special general admission $2 ticket is available for all ages on Thursday, Mar. 23 vs. Ole Miss.
Single-game tickets also include special opportunities such as group tickets for groups of 20 or more, Cliff Crew youth baseball packages that feature the chance to stand with the team for the national anthem and being inside the team huddle as the Wildcats take the field, and birthday parties. Additional details are available here.
General admission season tickets are available for $35. The package includes priority access to postseason tickets, K Fund priority points and opportunities for tickets to other UK athletics events.
The Wildcats’ open their home schedule against Eastern Kentucky on Tuesday, Feb. 28 and host 2016 College World Series participant UC Santa Barbara in a three-game series at Cliff Hagan Stadium on Friday, Mar. 3, to Sunday, Mar. 5.
Kentucky, under first-year head coach Nick Mingione, opens its 2017 season on the road against No. 12 North Carolina as part of a challenging schedule that features 26 games against nine opponents who made last season’s NCAA Tournament field, once again making the Wildcats’ schedule one of the nation’s toughest. Fifteen of the Wildcats’ first 18 SEC games and 21 of 30 overall in league play are against teams that made the NCAA Tournament in 2016.
UK returns eight positional starters, including first baseman/outfielder Evan White, a preseason All-America selection who spent the summer with USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team, three critical bullpen pieces and a pair of midweek starters from a club that finished 32-25 with a 15-15 conference record in 2016.