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Conference: Big Ten
Home Stadium: Bill Davis Stadium
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Head Coach: Greg Beals
Notable Matchup: Michigan
Notable Players: Nick Swisher, Chuck Brinkman, Barry Bonnell and Marty Karow
Ohio State Buckeyes Baseball TicketsThe Ohio State Buckeyes baseball team has been around since 1881 and became a part of the Big Ten Conference in 1913. Since then, the Buckeyes have reached an all-time record of 2,589–1,689-39 (.610). They hold one National Championship title and have appeared in the College World Series four times. They have made appearances in 21 NCAA Tournaments and 28 Big Ten Tournaments and hold titles to 15 Big Ten Championships and nine Big Ten Tournament Championships. The Ohio State Buckeyes baseball team calls home field advantage at Bill Davis Stadium at Nick Swisher Field in Columbus, where there's plenty of room for fans at home games. Past inductees into the Ohio State Hall of Fame include Don Grate, Fred Taylor, Vic Janowicz, Galen Cisco and Steve Arlin. The Buckeyes have a talented roster of returning players and newcomers with their sights set on the postseason. Grab your tickets for the next Ohio State Buckeyes baseball game at StubHub today.
Who coaches the Ohio State Buckeyes baseball team?Head Coach Greg Beals, who ranks third for Division I Big Ten career wins for active coaches, has served the Buckeyes in this position since 2011. He has helped to lead them to three NCAA Regional appearances and two Big Ten Tournament titles. During his tenure, he has helped to develop 36 All-Big Ten and five All-American players. He has also seen 22 Buckeyes drafted to the MLB. Greg Beals is assisted by Associate Head Coach Mike Stafford and Assistant Coach Matt Angle.
Where do the Ohio State Buckeyes play?You can catch them on their home turf at Bill Davis Stadium, a $4.7-million facility on the Ohio State University campus in Columbus, Ohio. The stadium has 2,500 upper grandstand level seats and 500 lower level box seats plus bleacher seating, bringing its capacity to 4,450. If you can’t make it to Columbus, you can catch a Buckeyes game in other US cities including Nashville, Tenn.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; and Lincoln, Neb.
What is the Ohio State Buckeyes baseball schedule like?Beginning in late-February, the Buckeyes have a string of away games against teams like the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, the Lipscomb Bisons and the North Florida Ospreys. You will also be able to catch them at home in Columbus, competing against teams like the Rutgers Scarlet Knights, the Illinois Fighting Illini and the Citadel Bulldogs.
Who are some former Ohio State Buckeyes players that went to the pros?The Buckeyes baseball team has yielded its fair share of players to Major League Baseball, including Travis Lakins (2014-2015), Drew Rucinski (2008-2011), Scott Lewis (2002-2004), Bill Wertz (1986-1989), Dave Burba (1985-1987), Jim Geddes (1969-1970) and Russ Nagelson (1964-1966). Jud Smith (1888-1892) was the first Buckeye baseball player to break into the majors when he signed with the Cincinnati Reds in 1893.
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How much are tickets to Ohio State Buckeyes baseball games?You can find a variety of ticket prices to match any budget. Ticket prices vary depending on things like the type of game, who the Buckeyes are playing and where the seats are located in the stadium. Check StubHub regularly for updated pricing information.
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