NORMAN – Single-game tickets for the University of Oklahoma baseball 2018 season are on sale Wednesday through SoonerSports.com. Tickets can also be purchased over the phone at 4-5-325-242 or toll free at 1-800-456-GoOU.
A single-game ticket for a reserved box seat is $15, while a general admission ticket costs $10. Season tickets for a reserved box seat is $250 and a general admission season ticket costs $200. Season tickets are also available for $180 to OU faculty/staff, letterwinner and youth and senior citizens. This season, the Sooners are also offering a six-game mini-plan for just $42, which includes Friday games against Alabama, Texas A&M Corpus Christi, West Virginia, Baylor and Kansas State plus OU’s Saturday match-up with Texas.
Oklahoma plays its home opener against Abilene Christian (Feb. 21) to start a stretch of 25 home games in 27 games. The final leg of that stretch includes the Sooners’ Big 12-opening series against West Virginia (March 23-25) and Baylor (Mar. 29-31). Between the first two Big 12 series of the season, Oklahoma hosts Oklahoma State (March 27) for a rare home Bedlam tilt. The game marks the first home game against the Cowboys since 2016 and is scheduled for a 6:30 p.m. first pitch. The Sooners’ two remaining home Big 12 series are against Texas (April 13-15) and Kansas State (May 4-6). Oklahoma’s home series against the Longhorns coincides with the OU football spring game weekend.
The Sooners’ promotional schedule begins with “Skip” work day on opening day. Oklahoma will also host “Friday Night Fireworks” following the conclusion of five of its Friday contests. Midweek games will be highlighted by “T-Shirt Tuesday” with a special giveaway for fans. Once again, “Sunday Funday” return with an opportunity for kids in attendance to run the bases after the game.
A total of 23 home games have been picked up by Sooner Sports TV and ESPN. Nationally, ESPN will air the Sooners’ games against Texas on ESPNU on April 14 and ESPN2 on April 15. OU’s road game at TCU on April 7 will also be broadcast on ESPNU.
An additional seven SSTV broadcasts will be premium SoonerSports.tv features, which will be complete multi-camera broadcasts with on-air talent. The remaining 10 home games, including Oklahoma’s home opener against Abilene Christian (Feb. 21), will be streamed on SoonerSports.tv with audio provided from the Sooner Sports Network’s radio call.