COLLEGE STATION -- Season tickets for the 2008 Texas A&M baseball season are now on sale through the Athletic Ticket Office, the school announced Monday.
Tickets are $350 and are available online at 12thmanfoundation.com, by phone at 1-888-99-AGGIE or in person at the Athletic Ticket Center in the north end of Kyle Field. Current season ticket holders may also renew their seats through the same methods.
“We truly do appreciate the fans’ support,” A&M coach Rob Childress said. “We are always proud to say we are part of the best college baseball experience in the country, and we have our fans to thank for that. We were excited to bring home a Big 12 Championship last year, and this year we’re shooting for the same and much more. We love that the fans will once again share that desire and excitement with us out at Olsen Field.”
Texas A&M will play 39 games at Olsen Field this spring, including a 20-game homestand to open the season. Opening Day is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 22, when the Aggies begin a four-game series with Northern Colorado.
This year's Domino's Pizza Aggie Baseball Classic takes place Feb. 29-March 2 and will feature a strong field that includes Ohio State, which is making a return trip to College Station after last year's NCAA Regional, along with Louisiana Tech and '07 national top-8 seed Arkansas.
Other teams making early trips to Olsen are McNeese State, Nicholls State, Centenary and Big East Tournament Champion Rutgers, who will face the Aggies in a weekend set March 7-9. Big 12 play opens on Friday, March 14 when Texas Tech comes to Olsen Field.
In league action A&M will host Kansas State, Oklahoma and Missouri, while playing the traditional split-series with Baylor and Texas.
Season ticket holders have until Friday, Dec. 21 to reserve their same seats for the 2008 season. Single-game tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, Jan. 16.
The Aggies return 17 letterwinners, six position starters and two starting pitchers from a 2007 squad that went 48-19 and claimed the Big 12 Championship in Oklahoma City and the NCAA College Station Regional crown.