LEXINGTON, Ky. – For the first time in Kentucky Baseball history, season tickets are sold out prior to the first home game, it was announced on Thursday.
Reserved and general admission season tickets were gobbled up by fans, marking a high-water mark for the 50th and final season at Cliff Hagan Stadium. All reserved seats are sold out for the sixth consecutive season. Kentucky’s home opener is Feb. 21 vs. Xavier.
“Our season tickets are sold out for the very first time,” UK head coach Nick Mingione said. “Why did that happen? Because the Big Blue Nation is awesome, that’s why.”
Fans can still make their way to the ballpark, as general admission single-game tickets remain on sale via Ticketmaster.com or by calling (800) 745-3000. General admission single game tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for youth and seniors, with children five and under admitted free. A special Triple Crown general admission package that includes the Feb. 27 game against Western Kentucky, Mar. 6 game versus Eastern Kentucky and Mar. 13 game versus Murray State is available for $3 per game for all ages.