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Villanova was 20-32 last season, 7-20 in the Big East (11th of...I don't know how many teams are in the Big East).It looks like they have a veteran club, with 6 returning starters in the field, all of which are juniors or seniors.This is their field (no, really):
I was reading the Baseball America preview today and thought it was interesting that they have Sanburn rated ahead of Bax as a draft prospect. Thoughts?
It pains me but when talking about Big East Baseball Memphis may have one of the finer parks but teeny weenie to SEC specs:
Got my season tickets in the mail today, and boy have they really classed up the package. In addition to nice graphics that really "pop," the tickets come in a wire-bound set with your name printed on the front. Even the parking hang-tag has a bit of style to it rather than being the plain, utilitarian type they've used for years. Not sure why they went to all the expense for such fancy-ass tickets, but it is certainly impressive. There appear to have been some technology upgrades as well: single-game tickets can be purchased online and you can print them at home rather than going to the will-call window pick up. I've done this a few times at MLB parks, and it's pretty damn convenient. Season ticket holders can also e-mail tickets they won't use to someone else who can print out a new ticket to use for the game. I'm curious to see how well this works since I can't make many of the games.
God never said it would turn out awesome for you or Gritscoon or that poor caterpillar with wasp babies.
I heard they tickets have barcodes now, is that right? If so, that will make couterfeiting Razorback tickets more difficult (which will be nice). It will also make actual attendance much more accurate and easy to do.
Resonance...metal folding chairs or hard tile floors cannot be beaten when it comes to firing off a loud fart.
FAYETTEVILLE - Razorback E-Tickets, a new digital ticketing solution, will be launched for the 2012 University of Arkansas baseball season. The interactive system will give Razorback fans three new convenient options for buying, printing and transferring tickets as well as making entry into Baum Stadium more efficient on game day.With the change to digital ticket scanning, fans will benefit from the heightened protection against counterfeit tickets and can take advantage of new digital ticketing services including print-at-home single game tickets and ticket transfers for season ticket holders."Razorback E-Tickets will provide our fans with a more interactive and convenient ticketing options to help make their trip to Baum Stadium even more enjoyable," Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long said. "Some of the feedback we received from our fans during the recent Razorback Seat Value Plan (R.S.V.P.) was that fans wanted a more engaging and user-friendly ticket system. We worked with our partners at Paciolan, to come up with a ticketing solution that addressed those concerns. With the new system our fans can now go online buy and print their tickets 24 hours-a-day, seven days a week. Razorback E-Tickets is the next step in our continuing commitment to customer service for our fans." Baum Stadium, like many other college and professional venues, will scan all tickets using a bar-code on each ticket to verify admission. Scanning will identify counterfeit and stolen tickets and provide improved security and service. A help window will be located at the main ticket office at Baum Stadium to help fans with any ticket scanning issues or to answer questions regarding the new technology. It is recommended that fans plan on arriving a few minutes earlier than normal to avoid any delays in entering the stadium in the initial implementation of the new digital ticketing system.University of Arkansas students will gain access to Baum Stadium via their student ID cards at the Hog Pen gate. Students must enter the gate to have their ID scanned and be credited with RazorReward points.Fans that purchase single game tickets to Razorback Baseball games may now print them at the office or at home using a standard printer. Each print-at-home ticket arrives as a separate attachment and should be printed on a separate piece of 8 1/2 x 11-inch white paper using either black or color ink. A print-at-home ticket should be treated just like any other ticketFor fan security, print-at-home tickets are individually bar-coded. The bar-code allows one scan per entry so any attempts to duplicate, alter or sell any copies of the print-at-home ticket may result in admittance being refused to the event.Ticket transfers allow season ticket holders, who encounter scheduling conflicts, to email tickets to another person who then prints out the tickets on demand. Season ticket holders must log in to their online account at ArkansasRazorbacks.com to transfer tickets. Bar-codes are printed on each transferred ticket and scanners are used at each entrance to validate the tickets. Once a ticket transfer is made, the original ticket becomes null and void and may not be used for admittance. Ticket transfers may only be utilized with season tickets and are not available for purchased single game tickets.Arkansas opens the 2012 baseball season this weekend at Baum Stadium against Villanova University. Friday's game begins at 3:05 p.m. while Saturday's and Sunday's games are set for a 1:05 p.m. start. The Razorbacks are ranked No. 4 in Baseball America's pre-season poll and were selected by league coaches to defend their SEC Western Division Championship in the annual pre-season poll.
Question for those that go to games and sit in left field. I have always sat in the reserved seats but a bunch of us are coming up for Saturday's game and will be in left field. What are the allowances out there? Can you bring in coolers? Containing adult beverages? Must be in a cup?
2 important rules for not screwing it up for everyone else.1. Bring a trashbag and police your own area.2. Don't act like a drunken asshole.have a good time.
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