Dane Opel and his classmates will be honored at Senior Day Saturday.
May 15, 2013
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Mizzou baseball team hosts Kentucky in its regular season finale this weekend, beginning Thursday (May 16) at 6 p.m. The series will resume Friday at 6 p.m. before wrapping up with Senior Day on Saturday at 1 p.m. Saturday's game will also air live on MSN with Chris Gervino and Gene McArtor on the call. Below is a look at the promotions for the weekend.
All-Games - Family 4 Pack - $25.00
2 Hot Dogs
2 Kids Dogs or PB&J
2 Regular Drinks
2 Small Drinks
1 Popcorn Tub
All-Games - 2 Pack - $15.00
Kid Dog or PB&J
1 Regular Drink
1 Small Drink
1 Sunflower Seeds
Thursday vs. Kentucky - 6 p.m. - Taylor Stadium
-Betz Jewelers First Pitch: One fan will have a chance to throw 5 pitches pre-game to win gift cards and diamond earrings.
Friday vs. Kentucky - 6 p.m. - Taylor Stadium
-Betz Jewelers First Pitch: One fan will have a chance to throw 5 pitches pre-game to win gift cards and diamond earrings. -Ballpark Bingo -Donate new/used glove for free admission
Saturday vs. Kentucky - 6 p.m. - Taylor Stadium
-Betz Jewelers First Pitch: One fan will have a chance to throw 5 pitches) pre-game to win gift cards and diamond earrings. -Pre-game Senior Day ceremony -Post-game autographs and kids run the bases
ACCESSIBLE SEATING: Fans with special seating needs, such as wheel chair or companion seating will be accommodated upon entry to the facility by an event staff representative.
BAG SEARCH POLICY: For the safety of our fans/guests, appropriate sized bags (no larger than 16" by 18" by 9"), purses and other permitted items will be checked prior to entering the stadium to ensure that no unauthorized items enter the facility. The University of Missouri Department of Intercollegiate Athletics does not provide a check-item service and will not be responsible for any item left at the gates.
CAMERA POLICY: Non-flash, still cameras without a detachable lens may be used to take pictures inside Taylor Stadium. Cameras with detachable lenses longer than six inches are prohibited from all Taylor Stadium Events. Tripods or other photography equipment may not be used or admitted without being issued media credentials. The use of these images is prohibited due to media contracts which grant them exclusive rights to any multimedia within Taylor Stadium.
CONCESSIONS: Concession stands will open 2 hours prior to every home baseball game, and are located on the 1st base and 3rd base sides.
GATES OPEN: Taylor Stadium is open 2.5 hours prior to the start of home baseball games. Spectators will not be permitted to enter prior to this time. Tickets will be sold at the main entrance on the south side of Taylor Stadium, or can be purchased online at MUTigers.com/Tickets. Individuals with Tickets may enter Taylor Stadium through either the main entrance (South Side) or the entry gate in the right field corner.
LOST AND FOUND: All recovered lost and found items will be returned to Mizzou Arena at the conclusion of the game. If you have lost an item, please call (573) 882-6501 Monday- Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm
PROHIBITED ITEMS: Alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, firearms, backpacks (unless used as a purse or diaper bag), artificial noise makes, baby strollers, car seats, laser lights, outside food and beverages.
RESTROOMS: Restrooms are located on the main concourse of Taylor Stadium. TIGER
TEAM STORE: The Tiger Team Store will be open 2 hours prior to every home baseball game, and remain open through the end of the game. The Tiger Team Store Trailer is located just outside the main entrance to Taylor Stadium. RADIO: Listen to every pitch with the voice of Tiger Baseball-Tex Little, and Hunter Mense on KTGR 100.5 FM, 103.1 FM or 1580 AM.
TICKET OFFICE: The ticket office will open 2.5 hours prior to every home baseball game, and is located at the main entrance (South Side) to Taylor Stadium. Season Tickets are available and can be purchased by visiting MUTigers.com/Tickets. Children 2 years of age and under will not require a ticket for entry into Taylor Stadium.
For all the latest on Mizzou baseball, stay tuned to MUTigers.com and follow the team on twitter @MUTigerBaseball.
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