Season Tickets Available On Tuesday
EUGENE, Ore. – Season tickets for the upcoming Oregon baseball season will go on sale to the general public Tuesday at 5 p.m. PT.
The Ducks, one of eight teams in the nation to win at least 40 games each of the last three seasons, were recently ranked No. 15 in a preseason poll released by Collegiate Baseball. Coach George Horton’s team opens its season Feb. 13 at Hawaii, with first pitch at PK Park set for Feb. 19 against New Mexico State at 6 p.m.
Season-ticket packages begin at $150 for reserved seats down the baselines. Reserved seats with a chairback are $300 for the 31-game home schedule, and those underneath the grandstand’s overhang, shielded from the weather, are $400. Both chairback packages are at a reduced rate from the 2014 season.
Covered chairback reserved seats also come with free parking, and all season-ticket holders receive priority for postseason tickets. The PK Park concourse will also feature a VIP Lounge for season-ticket holders, a heated and tented area featuring beer and wine sales and flat-screen TVs.
Ticket packages can be purchased Tuesday evening online at goducks.com. The athletic department ticket office will accept orders over the phone at 1-800-WEBFOOT or in person at the Moshofsky Center Ticket Office beginning Wednesday at 9 a.m. PT.
Season-ticket holders will have the option of exchanging unused tickets for a general admission entry to a future game, for use by a guest.
Oregon’s home schedule includes four series with teams also ranked in the Collegiate Baseball preseason poll. The Ducks host No. 29 St. John’s on March 6-8, No. 19 Arizona State in the Pac-12 home opener March 20-22, No. 18 Stanford on May 1-3 and No. 10 UCLA on May 22-24.
Supporters of the program from outside the area are encouraged to consider joining the Oregon Baseball Diamond Club, which provides exclusive, insider access to the team.
The 2015 Ducks feature preseason all-American infielder Mitchell Tolman, school single-season home run record-holder Shaun Chase, West Coast League prospect of the year David Peterson and his fellow left-handed starting pitcher Cole Irvin, a redshirt last season after setting a UO record with 12 wins as a freshman.