WOLF PACK BASEBALL TICKETS
View the 2017 home schedule by clicking here.
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*Outfield seating also includes Standing Room Only seats. Customers in the Outfield Section may be required to sit/stand in standing room only sections for sellout situations. Outfield seating is all first come, first serve.
*Dugout Club Seating is only available for purchase by members of the Dugout Club, Nevada Baseball's excellence fund. Call (775) 348-PACK for more details on how to join!
^Baseball Alumni Season Tickets are located in the reserved section. Maximum two season tickets at this price point.
Youth tickets are for 8th grade and under
Group tickets require 20 ticket minimum
Pricing subject to change without notice. Additional fees may apply.
No refunds, no exchanges
Reno Aces Exhibition Game versus the Nevada Wolf Pack:
April 4, at 6 p.m. at Greater Nevada Field
Tickets can be purchased through Wolf Pack Athletics, all proceeds go to support the Nevada Wolf Pack baseball program.
Mountain West Tournament
The MW Tournament will be played at the site of the regular season champions.
8 Game Pick 'em Plan: Choose any eight games from the schedule for as low as $46!
- 8-Game-Pick Em-Reserved Seating: $54
- 8-Game-Pick Em-General Admission: $46
4 Game Pick 'em Plan: Choose any four games from the schedule for as low as $28
- 4-Game Pick Em-Reserved Seating: $32
- 4-Game Pick Em-General Admission: $28
Fans are invited to park in the Peccole Park parking lots for free on gameday (beginning two hours prior to the game). SEE MAP
We would love to host your group for a birthday party, youth team, business/group outing and more! Call (775) 348-PACK to see how we can assist in coordinating your group outing.
Sales/Will Call/Player Pass List will all open 1.5 hours prior to first pitch
STAR OF THE WEEK
2016-17 Student Athlete of the Week
Senior Trevor Charpie pitched his first complete game of the season in a 5-2 victory at New Mexico. After allowing two runs in the first inning he pitched eight shutout innings and had a stretch or retiring nine consecutive hitters. He allowed just five hits in the game and two after the first inning.
- ATHLETE OF THE MONTH