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Home Stadium: TD Ameritrade Park, Omaha, Nebr.
Conference: BIG EAST
Head Coach: Ed Servais
Notable Matchups: Nebraska (2010), IPFW (2009), UC Santa Barbara (2002)
Notable Players: Jason Allberry, Evan Spry, Andrew Meggs, Josh Dudden and Parker Upton
Creighton Bluejays Baseball TicketsFinishing last season claiming the Big East Conference title and over 40 winning games, the Creighton Bluejays baseball team is ready for a repeat at the ballpark. For more than 50 years, the Creighton Bluejays have made a name for themselves in NCAA Division I baseball. They hold a record of 1,630-1,156-9 (.583). They have made 11 appearances in the NCAA post season with the last one in 2019, and one appearance in the NCAA College World Series in 1991. Some Bluejays inducted into the Creighton Athletics Hall of Fame include Alan Benes, Mike Finley, Oneri Fleita, Bob Gibson, Chad McConnell, Kevin McKenna, Dennis Rasmussen, Randy Schwartz and Scott Servais. Though losing a large portion of players after last season, the Bluejays are returning some top starters and a talented line-up of newcomers all with the same goal of making it to the postseason. Grab your tickets to see the Creighton Bluejays baseball team at StubHub.
Where does the Creighton Bluejays baseball team play?Creighton Bluejays baseball calls home field advantage at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebr., since 2012. Coincidentally, the park serves as home to the annual College World Series. It has a 24,000 seating capacity including bleachers, stadium seats and luxury boxes on a 360° concourse. It is equipped with state-of-the-art amenities along with accessible seating and loads of concessions.
Who is the Bluejays’ coaching staff?Ed Servais has been the Creighton Bluejays’ Head Coach since July 2003 and his record since then is 558-320-1. Before coaching at Creighton, Servais was the Assistant and Head Coach for St. Mary’s in Minn.; Head Coach for Viterbo in Wis., and Assistant Coach for Iowa State. Honors include being named BIG EAST Coach of the Year in both 2014 and 2019. He is assisted on the field by Assistant Coaches, Conner Gandossy (Recruiting Coordinator) and Eric Wordekemper (Pitching Coach). Volunteer Assistant Coach is Paul Weidner.
How can I purchase tickets for Creighton Bluejays baseball games?Purchasing tickets to see the Bluejays live in action is easy when you shop at StubHub. With a convenient purchasing platform and the site's Fan Protect guarantee, you can rest assured all ticket purchases are secure.
How much are tickets to Creighton Bluejays baseball games?You can sometimes find tickets for as little as $6, but prices can vary greatly depending on factors like seat location, premium seating, regular or postseason games and who the team is up against. Generally, big rivalry games and postseason tournaments are more expensive than regular season tickets. It is a good idea to check StubHub regularly for up-to-date ticket prices.
What is the Creighton Bluejays baseball schedule like?The Bluejays hit the ground running with a series of away games beginning in mid-February. You can catch them competing against teams like the Seattle Redhawks, the San Jose State Spartans and the UNLV Rebels. Catch them later in the season battling it out against other BIG EAST teams including the Xavier Muskateers, the Georgetown Hoyas and the Seton Hall Pirates for a chance at claiming another conference title.
Who are some former Bluejays baseball players that went to the MLB?Creighton holds the honors of having had one of baseball's all-time greatest pitchers, Bob Gibson, play for the Bluejays in the late 1950s. Gibson went on to have an impressive 17-year career with the St. Louis Cardinals, winning two World Series Championships. Over the years, Creighton has seen 25 former Bluejays go into the MLB including Anthony Bemboom, Nicky Lopez, Mike Gerber, Ty Blach, Pat Venditte and Darin Ruf.
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