Arizona Wildcats Baseball Tickets
Home Stadium: Hi Corbett Field, Tucson, Arizona
Head Coach: Jay Johnson
Notable Matchups: Arizona State, Clemson, Eastern Michigan, Albany
Notable Players: Austin Wells, Dayton Dooney, Donta Williams, Ryan Holgate, Quinn Flanagan
Arizona Wildcats Baseball TicketsThe University of Arizona was founded in 1885, and the Wildcats first baseball season took place in 1904. They are an NCAA Division I team in the PAC-12 conference with an all-time record of 2,861-1,556-22 and an all-time PAC-12 record of 550-611. They hold titles to four National Championships, including the years 1976, 1980, 1986 and 2012, and four PAC-12 Championships with the last one in 2012. They have had 17 College World Series appearances and 39 NCAA post-season appearances. The team has yielded 99 All-Americans and 107 All-PAC-12 players. Established in 1976, some Wildcats baseball players inducted into the Arizona Hall of Fame include Fred W. Enke, Eddie Leon, John "Button" Salmon, Roger Johnson, Hank Leiber, Carl Thomas, Teddy Bland, Terry Francona, Chip Hale and Gilbert Heredia. The Wildcats are returning quite a few talented starters this season and adding some promising newcomers to the line-up in hopes of driving it straight into the post-season. Make sure to get your Arizona Wildcats baseball tickets at StubHub!
Who is the coaching staff for Arizona Wildcats baseball?Jay Johnson took the reigns as the Wildcats baseball head coach in 2015. He is the first coach in Arizona’s baseball history to lead the team to NCAA Tournament in both of his first two seasons. In his first four seasons, Johnson has led the players to at least 30 wins in each season and amassed a record of 153-91. Prior to Arizona, Johnson spent two seasons at Nevada leading Wolf Pack baseball to their first-ever Mountain West title. Assisting Johnson at Arizona includes associate head coach Nate Yeskie; assistant coach Dave Lawn; and volunteer assistant coach Mark Wanaka.
Where does the Arizona Wildcats baseball team play?The Wildcats have called Hi Corbett Field, located 2 miles southeast of campus, in Tucson, Arizona, their home base since 2012. Built in 1927 and originally named Randolph Municipal Baseball Park, the field first served as home for the Tucson Waddies and the Tucson Cowboys. Later, Hi Corbett would be the home to the Cleveland Indians spring training for over 40 years. As such, it is one of the larger college baseball stadiums and offers fans major league amenities along with a seating capacity of 9,500. If you cannot catch the Wildcats in Tucson, you can still find them playing in cities across the region, including Eugene, Oregon, San Diego, California, and Seattle, Washington.
What is the Arizona Wildcats baseball schedule like?Catch the Wildcats in action beginning in mid-February against other Division I NCAA teams, including the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the Southern Illinois Salukis and the Iowa Hawkeyes. You can also catch them competing for that PAC-12 title with other teams in the conference, including the Oregon State Beavers, the Washington Huskies and the Stanford Cardinal.
Where do I get Arizona Wildcats baseball tickets?StubHub is the world’s largest ticket marketplace and offers tons of tickets to Arizona Wildcats baseball games. StubHub utilizes a secure and easy-to-use desktop or mobile platform, so you can be confident in your ticket purchases.
How much are Arizona Wildcats baseball tickets?Ticket prices vary depending on the type of game, what teams are playing and where the seats are located. Generally, tournaments and seating closest to the infield cost the most while regular season games and outfield or bleacher tickets are cheaper.
Who are some Arizona Wildcats baseball players who went to Major League Baseball?Over the years, 264 Arizona Wildcats have been draft picks for Major League Baseball. Of those, 82 ended up playing in the majors. Some of these players include Nick Hundley (Oakland A’s), Joey Rickard (Baltimore Orioles) and Daniel Ponce de Leon (St. Louis Cardinals).
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