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Home Field: Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park, College Station, Texas
2019 Overall Season Record: 39–23–1
Head Coach: Rob Childress
Notable Players: Hunter Coleman, Bryce Blaum and Mikey Hoehner
Top Opponents: Arkansas, Mississippi State, Auburn
Texas A&M Aggies Baseball TicketsRob Childress will coach the Texas A&M baseball team again in 2020, just like he has for the last 14 years. During that time, he has coached many who have gone on to play Major League Baseball, including Atlanta Braves player A.J. Minter, Cleveland Indians player Tyler Naquin, Los Angeles Dodgers Ross Stripling, St. Louis Cardinal player Michael Wacha and Milwaukee Brewers player Alex Wilson. Action on the field promises to be as hot as the Texas weather when SEC rivals Ole Miss, Alabama and the University of Tennessee play against the Aggies. You can also expect hot action when Texas A&M plays during the SEC Tournament. There will be many cross-state rival games, too, including games against the University of Houston, Prairie View A&M, Abilene Christian University, Lamar, Dallas Baptist and the University of Texas. Get your Texas A&M Aggies baseball tickets at StubHub to watch all the exciting action.
Who is the offensive coach for Texas A&M?Joining Rob Childress is Justin Seely, who joined the team 11 years ago as a volunteer assistant coach before being promoted in 2010. Justin’s duties include working with the outfielders and hitters, along with serving as the recruiting coordinator.
Who is the Aggies third-base coach?Another assistant coach is Chad Caillet, who joined the team in July 2019 after serving as the head coach at the University of Southern Mississippi. He serves as the team’s third-base coach and works with the infielders.
Have the Aggies ever played in championship games?Yes, the Aggies have played in many championship games. Throughout the last 11 years, the team has played in two College World Series and four Super Regionals. They've won four conference championships. Their last appearance in the College World Series was in 2017. The Aggies won the SEC for the first time in 2019 when they beat the Florida Gators 12–5. Many die-hard Aggie fans still recount the marathon game at the 2017 Super Regional when the Aggies beat Davidson and the 2015 Super Regional in 2015 when Texas Christian University beat the Aggies in the longest Super Regional game ever played.
How big is Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park?Olsen Field was dedicated to Texas A&M university on March 21, 1978. The field is named after Carl E. "Pat" Olsen, who was a pitcher for the Aggies before graduating in 1923. After playing for the New York Yankees, he went on to become a manufacturer. Blue Bell Park seats 6,100 fans. In addition to corndogs, hamburgers and peanuts, fans can get Blue Bell ice cream. The owners of the company paid for much of the remodeling that was done in 2011 - 2012. Fans who are old enough to buy alcohol can find beer for sale right behind third base in an exclusive pay-for-admission. Blue Bell Park’s centerfield sits right in front of Kyle Field, where the Aggies play football. A variety of suites may be available to watch a game at Blue Bell Park, including press-level suites, club seats, scout seats and luge seats. One of the loudest sections in this stadium is the student section where students often yell special chants at opposing players.
How do I get Texas A&M Aggies baseball tickets?The best place to get Texas A&M baseball tickets is at StubHub. You may find a wide range of tickets available, including tickets to the suites and special areas at Olsen Park.
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