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Oklahoma Sooners Baseball Tickets
Team: Oklahoma Sooners
Location: Norman, Okla.
Conference: Big 12
2019 Record: 33-23
2019 Conference Record: 11-13
Oklahoma Sooners Baseball TicketsThe University of Oklahoma first fielded a varsity baseball team back in 1898. The Sooners put the baseball program on a hiatus for three years during World War II before reviving the program in the late 1940s. Though they did win a National Championship in 1951, it wasn't until the 1970s that Oklahoma really established themselves as an elite level baseball program. Under head coach Enos Semore, the Sooners won the Big Eight Conference six times and went to five consecutive College World Series. Health reasons forced Semore to retire in 1989, and the program had already fallen from its 1970s dominance. In fact, the Sooners' trip to the College World Series in 1992 was the program's first trip back to Omaha in 15 years. In 1994, the Sooners won their second National Championship. They've been a frequent part of the postseason ever since. Get your Oklahoma Sooners baseball tickets at StubHub.
Who is the Oklahoma Sooners' head coach?After serving as the Sooners' pitching coach for one season in 2016, Skip Johnson was named the 10th manager in the 122-year history of the Oklahoma Sooners' baseball program. Johnson had an impressive coaching resume before arriving in Norman, including a lengthy stop at the University of Texas. During his stint as the pitching coach of the Longhorns, Johnson had 32 pitchers selected in the MLB draft, including 14 in the first 10 rounds and three first-round draft picks. In his first season as head coach at Oklahoma, Coach Johnson took the Sooners to their 38th NCAA Regional and followed that up with another trip to the postseason in his second year on the job.
Where do the Oklahoma Sooners play baseball?Surrounded by banners in the concourse that pay homage to legendary players of the past, L. Dale Mitchell Park is the home field for the Sooners baseball team. Named after the Oklahoma single-season batting titleholder, the stadium initially opened in February 1982 with a seating capacity of 3,180. The 2000s have seen multiple renovations performed on the historic ballpark with the addition of chair back seats around the stadium and an impressive video and score board located in left field. L. Dale Mitchell Park hosted its first NCAA Regional Tournament in 2006 and was selected as a host site again in 2009.
Do the Oklahoma Sooners have any rivalries in baseball?An athletic department with a tradition as rich as that of Oklahoma is bound to have some deep-seeded rivalries. Two schools in particular are rivals of the Sooners. Oklahoma and the Texas Longhorns are rivals of the Sooners' in every sport they both play against each other. Oklahoma also shares a multisport rivalry with intrastate and Big 12 Conference rival Oklahoma State. The Bedlam Rivalry also involves every sport at both schools.
Have any Oklahoma Sooners baseball players gone on to play in Major League Baseball?In the 122 years since Oklahoma's baseball program started, there have been 67 former Sooners players to appear in Major League Baseball games. As of right now, there are four former Sooners listed as active members of MLB rosters — coincidentally, they're all pitchers. Garret Richards, Chase Anderson, Steven Okert and Jonathan Gray all played their college baseball for the Sooners.
Where can I buy Oklahoma Sooners baseball tickets?You can get your tickets to see the Oklahoma Sooners and the rest of the baseball teams in the Big 12 at StubHub. Buy your tickets with confidene when you buy at StubHub since all your purchases at stubhub.com or via the mobile app are backed up by the FanProtect guarantee.
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