Single-game tickets for the Tiger’s three non-conference home games are on sale now, for Tiger Scholarship Fund members and current season ticket holders. General public fans can begin purchasing remaining tickets Friday.
Non-conference individual game tickets will go on sale to all 2013 Tiger Scholarship Fund members and to all 2013 football season ticket holders beginning at 6 p.m. on the 25th, with an online-only sale at www.MUTigers.com. Any remaining single-game non-conference tickets will be made available to the public for online orders only, beginning at 6 p.m. on the 26th. Beginning Monday, July 29th, fans can also order non-conference individual game tickets by calling 1-800-CAT-PAWS (884-PAWS in mid-Missouri) or in person at the Mizzou Arena ticket office, as well as online.
Tickets for the four Southeastern Conference games will go on sale in early August. Beginning Tuesday, August 6th, TSF members at designated levels will have the first opportunity to purchase tickets to SEC games, followed by Mizzou Football season ticket holders. Additional information on the TSF donor and season ticket holder presale will be sent to those individuals prior to August 6th.
If tickets remain, SEC game tickets will go on sale to the public beginning Monday, August 12that 6 p.m., online only at www.MUTigers.com. Tickets will be available by phone at 1-800-CAT-PAWS (884-PAWS locally) and at the Mizzou Ticket Office beginning Tuesday, August 13th at 8 p.m. All orders are subject to availability. Prices for reserved single-game tickets for 2013 are: $49 for Murray State (Aug. 31), $55 for Toledo (Sept. 7), $55 for Arkansas State (Sept. 28), $75 for Florida (Oct. 19), $75 for South Carolina (Oct. 26), $75 for Tennessee (Nov. 2) and $75 for Texas A&M (Nov. 30).
A limited number of season tickets remain for the 2013 season and are available to purchase. To order season tickets, or for more information, please visit www.MUTigers.com, or call 1-800-CAT-PAWS (884-PAWS locally).
UNDATED (AP) — Washington’s Jordan Zimmermann is out to get his 13th win of the season this afternoon as the Nationals play host to the Mets. In his last outing Zimmermann allowed seven runs on eight hits over just two innings in his shortest start ever. He is facing Jenrry Mejia (muh-HEE’-uh), who is making a spot start after coming off the disabled list. He last pitched in the majors in 2012.
Coming up tonight, a pair of first-place clubs meet in Atlanta as the Braves face the Cardinals. St. Louis tops the National League Central by 2 ½ games over the Pirates, while the Braves lead the Nationals and Phillies by eight games. Adam Wainwright of the Cards is looking for his 14th win as he starts the night with a record of 13-5 with a 2.44 earned run average. The Cards’ four-game winning streak is the longest in baseball right now.
In a good American League matchup tonight the Orioles are hosting the Red Sox in the first game of a three-game series. The BoSox lead the AL East by a half game over Tampa Bay while the Orioles are four back. The Rays start a weekend series in New York against the Yankees tonight. A pair of nine-game winners go in that one, CC Sabathia (suh-BATH’-ee-uh) against Jeremy Hellickson.
UNDATED (AP) – The Chicago Cubs pulled Alfonso Soriano from the lineup last night and manager Dale Sveum says a trade to send the outfielder to the New York Yankees is about “99 percent done.” The Yankees and Cubs would need to work out the financial aspects of Soriano’s rich contract.
NEW YORK (AP) – Alex Rodriguez’s already strained relationship with the New York Yankees hit another low when he pushed to be activated from the disabled list Friday, the team refused and he had a lawyer join the discussion of his injury rehabilitation. A-Rod, who turns 38 on Saturday, hasn’t played all year since having hip surgery in January.