Baseball Reserved Season Tickets Sold Out

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- For the first time in Kentucky baseball history, reserved season tickets for the 2016 season have been sold out, it was announced by UK head coach Gary Henderson on Tuesday afternoon.

Kentucky has sold out of 2016 reserved season tickets, with general admission season tickets remaining, in addition to single-game tickets. It marks the first time in school history UK has sold out of its reserved single-game season tickets.

“This is a big moment for Kentucky baseball,” Henderson said. “We are working constantly towards becoming championship caliber team and the support of the fan base is very important in that mission. The Southeastern Conference is unrivaled in fan support and it is very exciting to announce that we have sold out our reserved season tickets for the first time in our history. We enjoy every opportunity we get to play in front of our fans.”

General admission season tickets, priced at $35, can be purchased at Single-game general admission tickets can be purchased through or 1-800-745-3000. Adults (ages 19-64) are $5, youth and seniors are $2 and kids five and under at free. The may be purchased at the Cliff Hagan Stadium ticket office (cash only), beginning two hours prior to first pitch.

Kentucky (7-3) opens a five-game home week on Tuesday with Cincinnati at 4 p.m. ET at Cliff Hagan Stadium.