Cal Baseball Offers Season Tickets For First Time In School History

A year after the program was nearly cut from the budget, California Golden Bears baseball returns following a trip to the 2011 College World Series. Cal baseball was saved from the guillotine and is now coming up with new ways to keep the program running for the foreseeable future. For the first time ever, season ticket passes and parking passes will be made available to the public for purchase. The ticket pass will cost $200 and will cover the entire season. A parking pass will cost $75. They can be purchased beginning February 1 at CalBears.com.

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Cal will kick off their baseball season with a Fan Fest on February 11 beginning at 11:00 am at Evans Diamond. Admission is free and the event will feature a Blue and Gold intrasquad scrimmage at 1:00 pm. The Bears regular season starts on February 17 when they open a three-game series against the Pacific Tigers for two games in Berkeley and one game in Stockton.

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