Tuesday, January 29, 2013

HI NOTES: Season Ticket Deal, John Hancocks, EA Starts

I'll take one of these caps,
please & thank you.

Baseball Season Tickets Remain on Sale (mutigers.com)
As the Mizzou baseball program prepares for its inaugural season as members of the nation's premier baseball league, the Southeastern Conference, the Tigers on counting on the support from Mizzou Nation this year. Season tickets for the 2013 Mizzou campaign are still available to the public, and the first 500 fans to purchase season tickets will receive a free Mizzou baseball hat.

At just $60 for adults and $30 for youth, Mizzou baseball season tickets are one of the most affordable packages in the SEC and give fans a chance to see every game at Taylor Stadium for just $2 per contest. A family pass (two adults/two children) is also on sale for just $150...
Ian Kinsler and teammates sign autographs in 2003

Mizzou Baseball to Sign Autographs at Men's Basketball Saturday (mutigers.com)
At Saturday's Mizzou men's basketball game against Auburn, scheduled for 12:30 p.m. at Mizzou Arena, fans may notice a Mizzou baseball theme as the Tigers will be on hand to sign autographs for fans during halftime on the game. In addition, the team will be recognized for its Big 12 Championship last season during the first half of Saturday's game. Also, former baseball standout and current Texas Ranger and MLB All-Star Ian Kinsler will be recognized at halftime of Saturday's game as part of the 2013 Mizzou Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

The autograph session will begin at halftime of the game on Saturday on the main concourse of Mizzou Arena. The team will have free posters to give away to the public and fans will get the chance to interact with the Tigers, who are preparing for their inaugural season as members of the Southeastern Conference.

Anderson rehab remains on schedule (Columbia Tribune)
"He's still on track to potentially throw an inning or two the first weekend," Jamieson said. "He's been doing great with his rehab. Hopefully he can not just feel well but throw well."

Jamieson said he'd prefer Anderson to start, even if it's no more than an inning, once he's ready for a game...

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