MSU Baseball Single-Game Tickets, Mini-Plans on Sale Feb. 1
 
Keenen Maddox
 
Keenen Maddox
 

Jan. 30, 2013

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Single-game tickets and eight-game mini-plans for Missouri State's 27-game 2013 home baseball schedule will go on sale Friday, Feb. 1, through the MSU Athletics Box Office.

Bears' single-game tickets are priced at $5 for the general public, $2.50 for Missouri State faculty and staff, $2 for students and $4 per person for groups of 20 or more for the 2013 season. All children ages 12 and under will require a $2 ticket for admission. Eight-game mini-plans, which allow fans to the opportunity to customize their own ticket package by selecting seats to eight home games of their choice, will also be available for $32 per person.

Season-ticket packages are also on sale, with lower-level reserved chairback seats available for $100 to the general public, $50 for Missouri State faculty and staff and $20 for students. Students must show a valid and current student ID along with a student ticket to gain entry to Hammons Field. Missouri State is also offering complimentary season-long admission for up to two children (ages 12 and under) with the purchase of two 2013 season tickets.

Coming off a 40-22 season and their eighth NCAA Regional appearance last spring, the Bears are the preseason favorite in the Missouri Valley Conference for the second straight year. Entering his 31st season at the helm of the MSU baseball program, head coach Keith Guttin will welcome back 19 letterwinners from last year's squad, including preseason All-MVC honorees Nick Petree, Tyler Burgess, Keenen Maddox and Luke Voit.

Missouri State lifts the lid on the 2013 season Friday, Feb. 15, at the CenturyLink Bobcat Invitational against host Texas State in San Marcos, Texas, before opening the home portion of the schedule at Hammons Field on March 1, versus Northwestern State.

 

 

Tickets may be obtained in person at the Chevy Pickup Window at JQH Arena, or by calling (417) 836-7678 or (417) 836-3302.

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