The University of Louisville baseball team’s 2018 radio schedule was released Thursday afternoon, highlighted by the return of 93.9 The Ville as flagship station for the fourth consecutive season.
Radio coverage will be provided for most regular season games as well as all postseason games for the Cardinals during the 2018 season with most of those airing on 93.9 The Ville. Selected games within the regular season will be broadcast on 1450 WXVW.
ESPN Louisville, the group behind local stations ESPN 680 and 105.7 FM, launched 93.9 The Ville, powered by ESPN, on Jan. 29, 2015. The station provides coverage of the Cardinals through an official partnership with Louisville Sports Properties, which represents U of L athletics.
After advancing to the College World Series for the fourth time in school history and winning its third straight ACC Atlantic Division championship in 2017, the Louisville baseball team enters 2018 ranked in the top 25 in five preseason polls, including No. 13 in the USA Today Top 25 coaches poll. With Sean Moth calling the action again this season, the radio schedule includes road games at Wake Forest, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Boston College, Pittsburgh and Vanderbilt as well as home games against North Carolina, Texas Tech, Clemson, NC State, Virginia and Notre Dame.
The No. 13 Cardinals will open the 2018 season on 93.9 FM on Friday, Feb. 16 at noon ET against Richmond in the first of three weekend games at Charleston Crab House Challenge in Charleston, South Carolina. Louisville will also play The Citadel on Saturday, Feb. 17 at 3 p.m., and George Mason on Sunday, Feb. 18 at 11 a.m., with both of those games also slated for radio coverage on 93.9 The Ville.
2018 LOUISVILLE BASEBALL SEASON TICKETS
Reserved chairback ticket packages are priced at $150 for adults (less than $4.50 per game), $120 for senior adults/youth (less than $4 per game) and $480 for a Family 4-Pack (less than $4 per game per ticket). Season tickets for the Left Field Berm are also available at $100 for adults (less than $3 per game), $80 for senior adults/youth (less than $2.50 per game) and $320 for a Family 4-Pack (less than $2.50 per game per ticket).
Season ticket packages include all regular season home games at Jim Patterson Stadium with the exception of the annual Elementary School Day game, played each March during a weekday afternoon. For Elementary School Day, season tickets will provide admission to the game but will not include a reserved seat. Single game tickets for the 2018 season will be priced at $10 for reserved chairback and $5 for berm and will be available for purchase at a later date.
All 2018 Louisville baseball season ticket packages are also on sale now and can be purchased online at GoCards.com/bsbtickets, by calling 502-GO-CARDS or by visiting the Louisville Cardinals Ticket Office, located near Gate 2 at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium (2800 South Floyd Street) on weekdays from 9 a.m., until 5 p.m.
15-Game Flex Plan
The 15-Game Flex Plan includes 15 berm tickets which can be used for any Louisville baseball home game against any opponent. Ticket holders have the flexibility of using each of the tickets at 15 different games or any number of the 15 tickets on a single game. The 15-Game Flex Plan is priced at $60 and is the perfect mini plan for fans looking for adaptability with their tickets and schedule.
Friday Mini Plan
The Friday Package includes one reserved chairback ticket to each of Louisville’s eight Friday home games and is priced at $64. Friday night’s in college baseball are typically the opening game in a three-game weekend series and are pivotal in the success of a team. Six of the Cardinals’ Friday games will be played under the lights at Jim Patterson Stadium adding an additional element to the electric atmosphere at the corner of Third and Central. Friday’s at Jim Patterson Stadium also feature drink specials throughout the evening.
Sunday Mini Plan
The Sunday Package includes one reserved chairback ticket to each of Louisville’s seven Sunday home games and is priced at $56. Each weekend series this season is slated to conclude with a Sunday afternoon tilt allowing fans to enjoy the sunshine and cheer for the Cardinals. Sunday’s at Jim Patterson Stadium are also designated as Family Fun Day featuring family entertainment, concession specials and on-field activities for kids following the game.
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