Knoxville, Tenn.--(UTSports) Season tickets for the 2014 Tennessee baseball season are now available through the University of Tennessee ticket office.
Tickets can be purchased 24 hours a day through UTTix.com. Fans can also purchase tickets during normal business hours (8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.) by calling the ticket office at 865-656-1200 or by visiting Thompson-Boling Arena’s street-level ticket office on Phillip Fulmer Way.
General admission season tickets at Lindsey Nelson Stadium are available for purchase for $125 per ticket. Those interested in purchasing reserved season tickets can call the ticket office during normal business hours. Singe game tickets and the Southeastern Conference mini-plan will go on sale in early February.
Full-time University of Tennessee faculty and staff receive a 20 percent discount on season tickets. Faculty and staff interested in purchasing season tickets should call 865-656-1200 or visit the ticket office in person.
The 2014 baseball season in Knoxville kicks off with the Tennessee Baseball Leadoff BBQ at Thompson-Boling Arena on Thursday, Jan. 16, where the Vols will officially induct former UT standout and Major Leaguer Chris Burke as the 19th member of the Tennessee Baseball Hall of Fame.
The preseason event gives fans and alumni a chance to show their support of the team as it gets the 2014 campaign underway. Doors open at 6 p.m. ET and all tickets are available for purchase for just $14 at UTTix.com. For more information, contact the ticket office. Parking will be available in the G10 parking lot.
Fans will have a chance to see the squad early and often in 2014, as head coach Dave Serrano and the Vols officially open their season on Friday, Feb. 14 at Lindsey Nelson Stadium against Nebraska-Omaha. UT will welcome the Mavericks and Purdue to Rocky Top for three straight days of doubleheader action from Feb. 14-16, signaling the start of a 13-game homestand. The Vols’ first SEC home series will be a three-game set against Auburn, March 21-23.
For more information, visit UTSports.com/Baseball, follow @Vol_Baseball on Twitter and like the Vols on Facebook at Facebook.com/VolBaseball.
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