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Tickets for 2022 Pac-12 Baseball Tournament go on sale Thursday, April 7

Apr 6, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO - Beginning tomorrow, Thursday, April 7, at 10 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. MT, tickets go on sale to the general public for the 2022 Pac-12 Baseball Tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona at with a pre-sale starting today, April 6.  The inaugural event takes place at Scottsdale Stadium, the spring training home of the San Francisco Giants, from Wednesday, May 25 through Sunday, May 29.  The top eight teams from the Pac-12 will compete in the double-elimination tournament, with the winner receiving the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

Ticket Information

  • All-Tournament Passes are available, ranging from $65-$175 each, not including taxes and fees.
  • All-Tournament passes include admission to both the afternoon and evening games each day, featuring four teams in each session.  This also includes the championship game on Sunday, May 29.
  • Reserved and premium options are also available.
  • Single game tickets will be available at a later date.
  • Complete ticket information can be found at

Conference of Champions.

While this will be the first ever Pac-12 Baseball Tournament, Pac-12 teams are no strangers to winning championships.  Seven different current Pac-12 programs have won a combined 29 College World Series championships, by far the most of any conference.  And no university has won more CWS titles than USC, whose 12 championships is double the amount of any other Division 1 school.

2022 Season

The reigning Pac-12 champion Arizona Wildcats currently find themselves atop the conference standings at 9-3.  UCLA, which boasts one of the top pitching staffs in the country, is in second place at 6-3.  Oregon State and Oregon own two of the most prolific offenses in the country this season and are tied for third place.  Stanford, the preseason pick by the Pac-12 coaches to win the league, is coming off a big series win over Oregon State as they look to make back-to-back trips to Omaha for the College World Series.

Scottsdale Stadium

Scottsdale Stadium, the Spring Training home of the San Francisco Giants since 1984, will be the site of the 2022 Pac-12 Baseball Tournament.  This stadium was built in 1992 on the site of the old Scottsdale Stadium which opened in 1956.  The ballpark underwent a $23.1 million renovation in 2006 which included an expanded clubhouse and practice fields next to the stadium.  This site was also host to three games during the inaugural 2006 World Baseball Classic, including a 17-0 win by the United States over South Africa including a 4-4 performance by Ken Griffey Jr. with two home runs and seven RBI.