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Tennessee Volunteers Baseball Tickets

Step up to the plate with Tennessee Baseball tickets. The Tennessee Volunteers are a Division I intercollegiate baseball team that play for the University of Tennessee. Like all Tennessee teams, the Volunteers play under the Southeastern Conference, in particular its Eastern division.

Their home field is Lindsey Nelson Stadium, named after the Hall of Fame Broadcaster and university alumnus best known for his broadcasting with the University of Notre Dame and San Francisco Giants.

In their 2001 season, the Volunteers made it to the College World Series in Omaha. Over the next few seasons, they would struggle with a bout of player injuries, though 2003 saw the debut of future star Luke Hochevar. The Volunteers again made it to the College World Series in 2005, primarily through the help of future major-league players Chase Headley, Julio Bourbon and J.P. Arencibia.

In 2008 pitcher Bryan Morgado earned Freshman All-America honors after striking out 104 batters in a season. The team has a history of producing first-round MLB draft picks, in particular pitchers. Get your Tennessee Baseball tickets now to witness this celebrated team in action up close.


Tennessee Baseball Ticket Prices

Tennessee Baseball ticket prices will vary based on the opponent and seat location. Seats will be in high demand for games against top-tier opponents, so you will want to secure those early to avoid late cost increases.

How much are Tennessee Baseball tickets?

Tennessee Baseball tickets will be priced between $0 and $0 for a single game ticket. The average price of a Tennessee Volunteers Baseball ticket throughout the season is $0. Reserved seats behind home plate will usually be among the more expensive options. Spots in bleachers or beyond the outfield walls will be less expensive. Berm and standing room baseball tickets will usually be the cheapest options.

As one would expect, College World Series tickets carry a high cost. CWS tickets are usually around $150 to $600. Tickets for a regional or super-regional contest will be in the range of about $75 to $150. Grab your NCAA baseball tickets with TicketSmarter and have an easy ticket buying experience.

Tennessee Volunteers vs. Alabama A&M Bulldogs at Lindsey Nelson Stadium, 1501 Pat Head Summitt Street, Knoxville, TN is the next ball game on the schedule for the Tennessee Volunteers Baseball team. Tennessee Volunteers vs. Alabama A&M Bulldogs tickets will start at $85.00, while the most expensive seats for the game at Lindsey Nelson Stadium will cost $85.00. 2 tickets remain for the Tennessee Baseball game so be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible!

Tennessee Baseball Game Dates and Schedule

College baseball season generally takes place between mid-February and late June. Teams open play with three or four non-conference series before jumping into conference play in mid-March. There are several exciting early season events like the Frisco Classic and Round Rock Classic, which usually feature four top teams in a round-robin tournament. Conference tournaments will take place in late May with the NCAA Regionals, Super Regionals and College World Series all happening in June.

The 2022 Tennessee Baseball schedule will see the Volunteers take on a strong list of opponents throughout the season. There are 44 games currently left on the Tennessee Volunteers Baseball schedule with the final game of the season featuring Tennessee Volunteers vs. Belmont Bruins and taking place on May 16th, 2023 at 6:30pm. 

When do Tennessee Baseball tickets go on sale?

Tennessee Baseball tickets normally go on sale in December after the team’s schedule is released. Postseason tickets will be available as soon as the NCAA announces the tournament field in late June. Use TicketSmarter’s up-to-date schedule to snag your college baseball tickets.   Tennessee Volunteers vs. Belmont Bruins tickets are now available for the final game of the year, which will take place at Lindsey Nelson Stadium, 1501 Pat Head Summitt Street, Knoxville, TN.

Tennessee Volunteers Baseball Seating Chart

College baseball facilities vary in size, but most have a capacity of around 2,000 to 5,000 people. Some of the best seats at any ballpark will be located right behind home plate while fans who want to come home with a souvenir should look for spots in foul ball territory down the lines. Most college stadiums also include some family-friendly grass seating in the outfield or down one of the lines. Some schools will also have suites or club spots available as premium seating options. Secure Tennessee Volunteers Baseball tickets for home or away games at any facility with TicketSmarter’s dynamic seating chart.

The Tennessee Baseball team will play at several college ballparks throughout the year. The Tennessee Volunteers Baseball team calls Lindsey Nelson Stadium at 1501 Pat Head Summitt Street, Knoxville, TN their home baseball stadium. The next game on the Volunteers schedule will be played at Lindsey Nelson Stadium in Knoxville, TN. Every game of the season will have an accurate Tennessee Volunteers Baseball seating chart that will accurately display the available seats for every home and away game.

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Tennessee Volunteers Baseball Upcoming Events

03/30/2023 - 04/01/2023
Baton Rouge, LA
02/21/2023 - 05/16/2023
Knoxville, TN
04/14/2023 - 04/16/2023
Fayetteville, AR