Jan. 20, 2014
FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno State athletics department announced on Monday that Fresno State baseball season tickets are now on sale through the Bulldog Ticket Office. In addition, individual game sales, mini plans and group seating is available for purchase.
The Diamond 'Dogs will host 30 games at Beiden Field in 2014, 15 conference games as they move into their second season in the Mountain West, and 15 nonconference contests. The 'Dogs schedule promises to feature exciting action that includes visits from five 2013 NCAA Regional teams - Cal State Fullerton, New Mexico, San Diego State, Texas A&M and UC Santa Barbara. The nonconference schedule also pits Fresno State against the Big Ten and Pac-12 right here in Fresno.
Season tickets start at $99 and vary in price up to $350 to catch all of the seasons' action.
Tickets in the lower box are $350, the upper reserved seats in rows 1-5 are $225, while upper reserved seats in rows 6-16 are $200 for all 30 games. Seniors (ages 65+) and youth (ages 5-18) can take advantage of discounted rates in the upper reserved section (rows 6-16) at $165 for seniors and $99 for youth.
This season three mini plans have been made available in the variety of 4-game ($36), 8-game ($64) and 12-game ($84) flex plans in the upper reserved (rows 6-16) seating area. Fans can pick and choose from each home contest on the schedule for each plan available.
Discounted group seating is available for all home Fresno State baseball games. Tickets are only $4 in the upper reserved areas for 10 or more people. Group ticketing is not available for purchase at the Box Office on game days.
Single-game tickets start at $15 per game in the lower box and $10 per game for the upper reserved sections.
To purchase your 2014 baseball tickets log on to www.GoBulldogs.com, call 278-3647 or visit the ticket office located at the south entrance of Bulldog Stadium.
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