Florida State baseball will be entering its 70th season in the program’s history and the 38th season under current head coach Mike Martin.
Under Martin, the ‘Noles have never won fewer than 40 games in a season and have made it to the College World Series 15 times.
His career 1878 victories is the second most wins by a collegiate coach in history.
Here’s everything you need to know about watching FSU baseball this season.
Watching the game from Dick Howser Stadium?
Dick Howser stadium has been Florida State’s home field since 1983 and can hold 6,700 patrons. The 2017 season will be the second in which beer will be sold at the stadium, a policy that had not allowed for it prior to 2016.
Tickets to baseball games are more than affordable for 2017. General admission tickets are just $75 for the season and $40 for youth. Single game tickets start as low as $7 for adults and $5 for children. Reserved grandstand tickets are already sold out for the season.
Parking is free at FSU parking lots and surface lots around campus.
All season long, there are promotions that can be taken advantage of at the park. Every Tuesday*, general admission tickets are just $2 with many concession items including hot dogs, drinks, popcorn and more just $2 as well.
*excluding 4/11 vs. Florida
Every Sunday, children in their little league jersey get free admission to the games with a paid adult ticket. All children will be able to run the bases following Sunday home games.
The weather allows the ‘Noles to host many northern teams during the first few weeks of the season. In fact, FSU will host a three game series for each of the next four weekends.
To begin the season against VCU, the weather report is perfect for baseball:
Friday: High 73, Low 49
Saturday: High 72, Low 52
Sunday: High 79, Low 50
Watching the games from home?
There are plenty of ways to follow along to FSU baseball all season long.
For starters, stay tuned to Tomahawk Nation for complete game previews, recaps and live gam threads throughout the season of every game.
Online and on TV, here is the full visual broadcasting schedule for the upcoming season:
On the radio in Tallahassee, tune in to 106.1 FM in Tallahassee and listen to Eric Luallen call the games.
If you are out of the Tallahassee broadcasting range, you can listen to all the games FREE on Seminoles.com.