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Baseball

Quick Facts
Name Samford Stadium
Field Hitchcock Field at Plainsman Park
Opened 1950
Capacity 4,096
Seating Seating Chart
Field Type Natural Grass
Tickets AUBtix.com



Auburn Logo A-Z FAN GUIDE

Please view complete information on Auburn baseball games at Plainsman Park arranged in this A-Z guide:

Accessibility
Please view complete Plainsman Park accessibility information on this page. Accessible parking will be available in the East Coliseum, Stadium Deck and Auburn Arena parking lot. Limited parking in the Home Plate Lot is available.

Auburn Team Store
The Team Store has a satellite stand located on the concourse adjacent to the main entrance. Fans may also visit online at AUteamshop.com.

ATM
Located on the lower concourse outside of the ticket office.

Banners and Signs
Outside signage is not allowed to be hung in Plainsman Park. Hand held signs can enter but must not contain vulgar language, lewd, or cruel wording.

Cell Phone Charging Station
Fans may recharge their cell phone free of charge at the Cell Phone Charging Station adjacent to the Promotions Booth on the main concourse. Fans are responsible for monitoring their own cell phone while charging. The Cell Phone Charging Station can accommodate up to 30 cell phones at once.

Concessions
Located around the upper and lower concourse.

Elevator Access
Use of the elevator is restricted to press box workers and Athletics Credential Staff only. Event Management sets usage policy. Plainsman Park has one elevator that can access the press box.

Fan Code of Conduct
All patrons shall comply with NCAA and SEC sportsmanship fan code of conduct. If noncompliant after a verbal warning, rude behavior, to include the use of foul language, will subject the fan to ejection from the Park. Attempting to come onto the field or throwing of objects, including cups and ice, from the stands or any other area of the Park is subject to ejection and/or arrest without warning. If ejected from the Park for any reason, the patron will not receive a refund and will not be readmitted.

In the spirit of sportsmanship, fans shall conduct themselves in a manner that represents their university, the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA with honor, dignity and respect. They should demonstrate the qualities of civility and sportsmanship at all times by not using vulgar, abusive, racist, sexist, demeaning or intimidating language at any time.

Fans should support the players, coaches and officials in a positive manner and treat the visiting team, coaches and fans with courtesy and respect at all times. Fan should not engage in cheers that are vulgar, crass or demeaning and will refrain from throwing objects onto the field for any reason. Fans should not become inebriated or belligerent and will refrain from entering the playing field at all times, including after the game. Fans are expected to be a positive role model for those around them by treating others with courtesy and respect.

First Aid Station
Located behind home plate next to the men's restroom on the lower concourse. The EMT is stationed during games on the upper concourse behind home plate on the third base side.

Game Audio
Speakers featuring the live radio game broadcast were added in all of the men's and women's restrooms and at the Promotions Booth and Curve Ball Cafe.

Gates Open
All gates open one hour (60 minutes) prior to first pitch.

Group Ticket Sales
Ticket discounts are available for groups of 15 or more and can be ordered by calling (855) 282-2010 or visiting AUBtix.com.

Home Plate Lot
This lot will be restricted to Auburn Athletics Department personnel, baseball staff and family, umpires, Rehab Center users and a limited amount of handicap parking.

Lineup Screen
New for 2016, the traditional lineup board has been replaced with a digital screen that will show the game's starting lineups for both teams. The screen will also feature live scoring and statistics during the game.

Lost & Found
Any items found during the game should be given to a park usher or taken to the Promotions Booth on the lower concourse at the main entrance.

Lost Children
Lost children should be taken to the Promotions Booth on the lower concourse or the EMT.

Media Credential Pickup
Media credentials can be picked up beginning one hour prior to first pitch at media will call table to the left of the ticket booth.

Media Parking
Parking will be available in the East Coliseum Parking lot, Stadium Deck and any non-secured parking location on campus. For midweek games, there will be no ticketing in the East Coliseum Lot or Stadium Deck after Noon.

MLB Scout Seating
MLB Scouts have reserved bench seating in sections 34 & 35 along the inner concourse.

Prohibited Items
The following list of prohibited items was established to protect the safety and best interests of Auburn University students, student athletes, employees and fans. Prohibited items include:

alcohol,
artificial noisemakers
cameras with detachable lenses or lenses over 4 inches
grills
large bags (12x12x12 is maximum size)
outside food or drink (except for the Tiger Terrace area)
park seats with arms (except for the Tiger Terrace area)
pets, tents
video cameras
weapons
any items deemed inappropriate, hazardous or unsafe by venue personnel

Tiger Terrace prohibited items include:

alcohol
artificial noisemakers
cameras with detachable lenses or lenses over 4 inches
glass bottles/containers
grills
large bags (12x12x12 maximum)
pets
tents
video cameras
weapons
any items deemed inappropriate, hazardous or unsafe by venue personnel

Depending on the requests of the promoter, additional items may be added to the prohibited items list for special events. Auburn Athletics reserves the right to prohibit items as necessary.

Radio Stations
Radio stations must contact the Marketing office for permission to broadcast from Auburn parking lots. Event Management will assign areas in conjunction with the Marketing office. A fee is charged for this privilege.
 
Re-Entry
Pass outs will be permitted for fans who need to retrieve an item from their vehicle or tailgating area. Fans will need to get their ticket stamped upon exiting the stadium and should re-enter the stadium through the same gate that they exited.

Restrooms
Located on the lower concourse behind home plate and down the 1st base line.

RV Parking
Fans will be allowed to park RVs in the East Coliseum Lot for weekend series beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday. The RVs must vacate the lot following the conclusion of the series finale on Sunday.

Seating Chart
Please view the seating chart for Plainsman Park on this page.

Smoking
Smoking, including electronic or vapor cigarettes, is not allowed inside Plainsman Park.

Solicitation
Solicitation on the Auburn University campus, without the express written consent of Auburn University or its agents, is strictly prohibited.

Stadium PA Announcements
Requests for public announcements over the PA system will only be granted in cases of emergency. The Marketing and Promotions department is responsible for all public address announcements.

Strollers
Strollers can be left at the gate or, if small enough, folded up and placed under the patron's seat.

Student Section
The Auburn student section consists of sections 58-73 and section 111.

Ticket Donation
If you are a season ticket holder not planning on attending certain games this season, the Auburn Athletics Department encourages you to donate your ticket to a member of the military or transfer your tickets with other Auburn fans. Please visit this page at AUBtix.com. For assistance with ticket donations or transfers please call (855) 282-2010.

Ticket Office
The main office is located behind home plate on the lower concourse. The ticket office at the Plainsman Park entrance will be the main ticket office in use on baseball game days.

Ticket Pick-up
The ticket pick-up gate is located to the east of the park Ticket Office.

Ticket Rain Out Policy
Postponed Games: All paid admission tickets to a postponed Auburn baseball game are good for the announced make-up game. If attending the announced make-up game, the original ticket is used for entry to the stadium. No refunds will be given. Paid admission tickets to a postponed Auburn baseball game can be exchanged for tickets to a future regular season game, subject to availability, barring exceptions (see ticket exchange policy below).

Canceled Games: Paid admission tickets to an Auburn baseball game that is canceled can be exchanged for tickets to a future regular season non-conference game or select Sunday SEC games, both subject to availability. The original ticket from the canceled game is required at the time of exchange. No refunds will be given.

To exchange tickets, please visit the Baseball Ticket Office in front of Plainsman Park no earlier than one hour prior to the game. TICKETS MAY BE EXCHANGED FOR ANY NON-CONFERENCE GAME OR ANY SUNDAY SEC BASEBALL GAME (Sunday game vs. Texas A&M [March 20, 2016] and Sunday game vs. LSU [April 3, 2016] are NOT included as part of this policy.)

Rescheduled Double Header Seating: In the event an Auburn baseball game is re-scheduled as part of a double header, the original tickets' seat location will be honored for that game only. (I.E. A Friday night game is re-scheduled as part of a double-header the following day. Friday tickets' seat location will be honored for the game one, and the Saturday tickets' seat location will be honored for game two.) Auburn Athletics reserves the right to clear the stadium in between games of a double header.

Ticket Sales - Game Day
The box office is located behind home plate of the Park next to the Plainsman Park Entrance. The box office will open 60 minutes (1 hour) prior to first pitch. The ticket office will remain open during the game for future game sales.

Ticket Sales - Non-Game Day
Tickets will be available for purchase at the main ticket office located at the Arena. The Arena Ticket Office is opened 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tickets and information are always available online via AUBtix.com.

Tiger Terrace
The Tiger Terrace is a general admission (standing room only) area down the left field line of Plainsman Park. Outside food and beverage is permitted in this area, but must stay in the Tiger Terrace. The following items are not permitted: alcohol, glass containers, propane/gas grills or any other open flame cooking equipment. There is a limited number of lounge chairs and tables available. Fans bringing in outside food and beverage must enter through the left field line entrance next to the parking structure.

Visiting Team
Visiting team bus will drop off players at the right field gate located on Donahue Drive. Once the team unloads, the bus will park in the SE corner of the East Coliseum Lot along Biggio Drive. The bus can return to the right field gate to load the team once the game has ended.

Water Refill Station
A free water refill station is located at the main gate behind home plate. Fans may bring into the stadium any empty plastic bottle or cup and refill as needed at the water station.

Plainsman Park Exterior Areas - Rules and Regulations (2/16/2017)

The Platform (center field) - student standing room only

  • No smoking, tents, tables, chairs (including couches, futons, etc.) or other tailgating equipment (generators, grills, speakers/audio equipment) are allowed on The Platform.
  • A valid Auburn Ignited card is required for access to The Platform.
  • Capacity on The Platform is 70 students.
    • Line-up for access begins two hours prior to first pitch. The Platform opens one hour prior to first pitch and closes 15 minutes after the game ends.
  • Tents, tables, chairs and other tailgating equipment are allowed on the grounds around The Platform. No gas products (kerosene, propane) are allowed on the grounds around The Platform.
  • Auburn University Athletics is not responsible for tailgate items left unattended overnight.
  • Restrooms are available inside Plainsman Park (Ignited card required for entry) and the stadium parking deck.
  • Food concessions are available inside Plainsman Park (Ignited card required for entry).
  • Trash must be disposed of properly.

Exterior Terrace (left field) - open to the public

  • Tents, tables, chairs and other tailgating equipment are allowed on the exterior terrace. No gas products (kerosene, propane) allowed on the exterior terrace.
  • Auburn University Athletics is not responsible for tailgate items left unattended overnight.
  • Restrooms are available inside Plainsman Park (Ignited card/game ticket required for entry) and the stadium parking deck.
  • Food concessions are available inside Plainsman Park (Ignited card/game ticket required for entry).
  • Trash must be disposed of properly.

Stadium Parking Deck (left field) - open to the public

  • The third and fourth levels of the stadium parking deck will be closed to vehicles on Saturday, February 25 and Saturday, March 4 due to men's basketball parking. However, fans will be able to view the game from those levels.
  • No tents on the stadium parking deck.
  • For safety reasons, no sitting on a car, truck or truck bed. Please keep two feet on the stadium parking deck ground at all times.
  • Tables, chairs and other tailgating equipment are allowed on the stadium parking deck. No gas products (kerosene, propane) allowed on the stadium parking deck.
  • Auburn University Athletics is not responsible for tailgate items left unattended overnight.
  • Restrooms are available inside Plainsman Park (Ignited card/game ticket required for entry) and the stadium parking deck.
  • Food concessions are available inside Plainsman Park (Ignited card/game ticket required for entry).
  • Trash must be disposed of properly.

Auburn University Athletics or any representative of the department reserves the right to immediately remove patrons that violate any of the above rules. These rules are subject to change at any time.

Areas both inside and outside Plainsman Park are subject to The Auburn University Campus Alcohol Policy and Auburn University Athletic Event Student Alcohol/Drug Policy.

The SEC Code of Conduct covers areas both inside and outside Plainsman Park.

SEC Code of Conduct
Coaches and student-athletes of a member institution, as well as individuals employed by or associated with that institution, including alumni, fans, patrons and boosters, shall conduct themselves with honesty and good sportsmanship. Their behavior shall at all times reflect the high standards of honor and dignity that characterize participation in the collegiate setting. For intercollegiate athletes to promote the character development of participants, to enhance the integrity of higher education and to promote civility in society, coaches, student-athletes and all others associated with these athletics programs and event should adhere to such fundamental values as respect, fairness, civility, honesty, and responsibility. These values should be manifested not only in athletics participation but also in the broad spectrum of activities affecting the athletics program.

Conduct themselves in a manner that represents their university, the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA with honor, dignity and respect

  • Demonstrate the qualities of civility and sportsmanship at all times
  • Not use vulgar, abusive, racist, sexist, demeaning or intimidating language at any time
  • Support the players, coaches and officials in a positive manner
  • Treat the visiting team, coaches and fans with courtesy and respect at all times
  • Not engage in cheers that are vulgar, crass or demeaning Refrain from throwing objects onto the field for any reason
  • Not become inebriated or belligerent
  • Refrain from entering the playing field at any times, including after the game
  • Be a positive role model for those around them by treating others with courtesy and respect
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