FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Ticket sales for the Arkansas series with No. 1 ranked Vanderbilt are moving fast. Reserved seats are sold out for the Saturday contest while less than 300 reserved seats remain for both the Friday and Sunday games. General admission tickets remain for all three games.
In an effort to accommodate the anticipated large crowds this season at Baum Stadium, the University of Arkansas will run a shuttle service from Lot 56 on the corner of Razorback Road and Sixth Street for each Southeastern Conference game. The shuttle will pick up in Lot 56 and drop off at Gate A of Baum Stadium beginning 90 minutes before game time. Return service to Lot 56 will be provided following the game with pick up at Gate A.
Additionally, fans with scholarship parking passes are encouraged to enter the Baum Stadium north lot from Beechwood Drive west of the stadium. Cars traveling north on Razorback Road will not be allowed to turn left on to Baum Drive to access scholarship parking. This change is being implemented to ease traffic backups on Razorback Road.
Friday’s game has a first pitch of 6:35 pm and features a matchup of two of the top pitchers in college baseball, Arkansas’ Nick Schmidt and Vanderbilt’s David Price. The first 1,000 fans attending the game will receive a Razorback baseball coffee mug courtesy of Dasani.
The first 1,000 fans to Saturday’s 2:05 pm game will receive a Razorback Baseball sunglass case courtesy of the US Army. Sunday’s game time is 1:05 pm and the first 1,000 fans will receive a Razorback Baseball license plate courtesy of Spectrum Brands. The first 3,000 fans will also receive a hybrid battery charge pack courtesy of Spectum Brands’ Ray-O-Vac.
Advance tickets to all three games can be purchased by calling the Razorback Ticket Office at 1-800-982-HOGS or by logging on to www.hogwired.com. Reserved seats are $10 and general admission tickets are $7.00.