As the 2013 College World Series draws near, College Baseball teams are scrambling to remain in the running for a shot at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha. The current top three ranked schools are the Vanderbilt Commodores, the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Virginia Cavaliers. Each of these schools has a stellar record for the year, a history of CWS baseball play and the drive to make it to the top.
So who will end the 2013 regular season with a number one ranking? At this point it’s anyone’s game. Each and every NCAA Division I baseball team is buckling down so they’re all going to have to fight hard if they want to make it to the 2013 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha. CWS tickets are sure to be scarce with this level of competition in play!
The 2013 College World Series is getting closer and it’s definitely time to start thinking about what CWS tickets you want to buy. Here are the different types of tickets available for every CWS game at TD Ameritrade Park.
General Admission tickets come in booklets and do not guarantee entry into the game. If you purchase GA tickets you should plan on standing in line for a very long time and remember that you are not guaranteed entry into the game.
Reserved College World Series
If you want guaranteed College World Series tickets, this is the way to go! With many pricing levels and seating areas, reserved seats will guarantee you entry into the 2013 College World Series.
Club seats are located in the second level of TD Ameritrade Park. Amenities include access to the climate-controlled club lounge with additional food and beverage options. Your seats are reserved outside so you are guaranteed an amazing view.
With the 2013 College World Series right around the corner it’s important to be sure to prepare ahead of time. Here are some items you don’t want to forget because we guarantee you can’t find them at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha.
Sunblock– Necessary for those afternoon CWS Games. I mean it’s one thing to paint your face red to root for your team but it’s another to burn in their honor.
Baby Wipes– Even if your kids are well past the diaper stage it never hurts to have some baby wipes around. You can clean up after snow cone spills and wipe off dusty faces with ease!
Portable Fans– Since you’re super fans you deserve to bring super fans when watching the best of the NCAA Division I baseball. CWS Tickets– Be sure you don’t scrimp on tickets. Get the best tickets you can find because there will never be another year like the 2013 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park.
The 2013 College World Series is right around the corner and NCAA Division I baseball teams across the country are all fighting for a shot at the final tournament. But what happened to the teams with a strong history of CWS appearances and titles? Let’s take Texas, for example. With 34 College World Series appearances, they hold the record in that category. This year they’re currently ranked at number 64. Can they make the 2013 College World Series to bring back some of their old glory?
Hopefully Texas will be joined by Southern California who has an equally impressive 21 College World Series appearances. Of those 21 appearances, SCU walked away with an outstanding 12 College World Series titles. This year, however, they are ranked 98th according to the NCAA Baseball. The great thing about college baseball is that anything is possible so you might just want to get your CWS tickets now to see both of those teams make it to the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park !
As we get closer to the 2013 College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park, three teams are fighting tooth and nail to make it to the top of the heap. The North Carolina Tar Heels are in the current top ranking with a record of 41-4 so far this year. Not far behind them are the Vanderbilt Commodores who have an impressive 39 wins to their name. Bringing up the rear of the top three is LSU with a current record of 39-6.
The competition is fierce between these three teams and the rest of NCAA Division I Baseball so players need to be on their toes. Be sure to get your CWS tickets now, because the race to the top will include a race to the box office and that’s a race you can win!
College Baseball fans go to the games to get caught up in the excitement of the games, see their favorite players and eat ballpark food! Whether you are a sports aficionado, a stats person or you just love baseball, it’s hard to resist that delicious food unique to NCAA Baseball. What do you always buy when you go to a college baseball game? What are you looking for at the 2013 College World Series?
Top sellers at games include sodas, pretzels, nachos and pizza by the slice. We’ve come a long way since the old days of peanuts and cracker jacks! In fact, it’s almost as important to have your food planned as it is to get your CWS tickets in order. So, in those immortal words, “Eat drink and be merry today for tomorrow we may diet”. Also, play ball!
College baseball fans and players have many things in common; They love the sport, they get a full workout during a game (hey, cheering is exercise) and they can be very superstitious when it comes to tournaments and the CWS. Player superstitions include touching (or not touching) certain parts of the field, eating certain foods before or after a game and wearing certain articles of clothing for luck. These superstitions are all in full swing as we get closer to the 2013 College World Series.
So what superstitions do you have? Maybe you don’t wash your jersey on game days (or throughout the tournament). Do you always sit in the same seats for every game or eat the same food on game days? Whatever you do, be sure to get your CWS tickets now so you can focus on making sure your jersey doesn’t slip into the wash during the playoffs!
NCAA Baseball fans have been debating this topic for decades– which position is absolutely crucial to baseball? We know that every college baseball player is important and teams won’t win championships with one good player but as we get closer to the 2013 College World Series, tickets start flying off the shelf and fans get revved up, let’s look at that question. The three answers that are the most common are: the pitcher, the catcher and the first baseman. Why?
The Pitcher The Pitcher starts every defensive play in baseball. With a good pitcher who can remain calm during the game, a team is much more likely to win. This is arguably integral to every NCAA Championship title.
The Catcher The Catcher is another important position to any baseball team. With a full view of the field and the power to call the pitches, the catcher is truly an integral part of any baseball team hoping for a championship title.
First Baseman Often the thankless hero, the first baseman is the first line of defense against scoring. Between stopping base hits, covering a lot of ground in the infield and adjusting for imperfect throws, without a first baseman who is top notch, you can kiss that championship ring goodbye.
While there is much debate regarding the importance of these positions, college baseball fans can agree that it takes the whole team to win a title. The 2013 College World Series promises to be another exciting example of that and NCAA Baseball fans are chomping at the bit to hear “Play Ball”!
With the 2013 College World Series just around the corner, the North Carolina Tar Heels are holding fast to the number one spot in the current Collegiate Baseball rankings. The Tar Heels will lose that rank if the LSU Tigers have anything to say about it. The Tigers are currently holding the number 2 position and are definitely looking to advance so the Tar Heels need to watch out!
Of course there are several great college baseball teams in the running for top spots and there is still plenty of time before the College World Series. Fans are already organizing their vacation time, buying CWS Tickets and packing their giant foam fingers but anything can happen. Maybe that’s what makes college baseball so great!
Sometimes it seems that the kids are busier than the parents with sports, school, friends and activities. Take the time this summer to reconnect with your kiddos over a College World Series game or two at TD Ameritrade Park. Why not choose the best time for NCAA Baseball to get the family back together for some serious (and non-mushy) bonding?
When you walk into a CWS Baseball game, the rest of the world seems to disappear. Work projects stay at work, siblings don’t rival and parents can have a fun date night. So grab some CWS tickets and spend a night at the College World Series. You may just never want to leave!