TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS BASEBALL
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Tennessee Volunteers Baseball Tickets
Home facility: Lindsey Nelson Stadium
SEC Regular-Season Championships: 3
SEC Tournament Championships: 3
Tennessee Volunteers Baseball TicketsLindsey Nelson Stadium is where fans get to enjoy both "Rocky Top" and "Centerfield" over the public address system as the Tennessee Volunteers baseball team takes on many of the nation’s best teams. UT has had its share of honors, most notably having played in the College World Series on four occasions. The team has also produced several major leaguers over the years. One who’s currently playing in MLB is Detroit Tigers left fielder Christin Stewart. A couple of former major leaguers with Tennessee ties are Todd Helton and Luke Hochevar. Regardless of what lies in the future for UT’s current squad, these players are focused on the present, and all of them have a goal of bringing Tennessee back to the College World Series. If you’re planning to come out to a game and root them on, make sure to first pull that orange shirt out of your closet. StubHub is your source for Tennessee Volunteers baseball tickets.
When was the first Tennessee Volunteers baseball game?The first time the Tennessee Volunteers baseball team took to the field was on April 17, 1897; the Vols were impressive in a 15–4 win over Grant. Tennessee has played every year since then with the exception of 1901, 1932–38 and 1943–46.
When was the last time the Tennessee Volunteers baseball team played in the College World Series?Tennessee last headed to Omaha, Neb., for the College World Series in 2005. To get there, the Volunteers defeated Austin Peay, 7–5, Winthrop, 3–2 and Wichita State, 12–2, in the NCAA Baseball Knoxville Regionals. The team also defeated Georgia Tech, 3–2 and 13–3, in the NCAA Baseball Super Regionals. The game against Wichita State marked the last postseason game to be played in Knoxville; the Georgia Tech matchups took place in Atlanta. However, UT’s trip to Omaha was a short one, lasting just two games. Tennessee fell to Florida, 6–4, and Arizona State, 4–2. The Vols also played in the College World Series in 1951, 1995 and 2001. Their best showing was a runner-up finish at the 1951 event.
When did Tennessee last win the SEC baseball title?The 1995 Tennessee squad was the last to win the SEC Baseball Tournament. After getting off to a slow start, losing to Vanderbilt, 9–4, UT knocked off South Carolina, 8–0, Georgia, 11–0, Vanderbilt, 4–3, Kentucky, 22–5 and Kentucky once again, 7–2. The 1995 team is also UT’s most recent to win the SEC’s regular-season title. It went 22–8 in league play.
Which Tennessee Volunteers baseball players have been named the SEC Player or Pitcher of the Year?Four Tennessee Volunteers baseball players have been named the SEC Player or Pitcher of the Year. Claiming SEC Player of the Year were Todd Helton (1995), Jeff Pickler (1998) and Chris Burke (2001). Luke Hochevar was named the SEC Pitcher of the Year in 2005.
Where are Tennessee Volunteers baseball games played?Lindsey Nelson Stadium has been the home of the Tennessee Volunteers since opening in 1993. The Vols have won more than two-thirds of the games they’ve played there. The largest crowd to ever watch a game at Lindsey Nelson Stadium — 5,086 — attended an NCAA Baseball Knoxville Regionals game that was played on May 28, 1995. UT won that, 3–1 in 11 innings, to advance to the College World Series.
What are some big home games for the 2020 Tennessee Volunteers baseball team?The games that most Tennessee Volunteers baseball fans are looking forward to are the three that will feature battles between UT and in-state rival Vanderbilt from March 20–22. The Vanderbilt Commodores are the defending national and SEC champions. A three-game series with another rival in Florida, which will be played from April 17–19, is highly anticipated by Tennessee Volunteers baseball ticket holders, as well.
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