Just like flying squirrels, baseball players are adept at gliding across grassy fields, munching on seeds, and dodging bats in midair. Witness this acrobatic species in its natural habitat with this GrouponLive deal for a college-baseball outing for two to see the North Carolina State University Wolfpack at Doak Field at Dail Park. Tickets are valid for adult reserved seating. Choose from the following options:
- For $21, you get two tickets for one of the three-game series listed below (a $42 value, including all fees). Game times can be found in the schedule.
- Against Wake Forest from March 16–18
- Against Boston College from April 20–22
Against Duke from April 27–29
- For $42, you get two tickets for the following Sunday games at 1 p.m. (an $84 value, including all fees):
- Against Georgia Tech on March 11
- Against Wake Forest on March 18
- Against Virginia on April 1
- Against Boston College on April 22
- Against Duke on April 29
- Against Cal State Bakersfield on May 6
With one of the top recruiting classes in the nation, the North Carolina State University Wolfpack migrates back to the baseball diamond, hoping its prospects blossom into sluggers and hurlers that will bare their teeth at ACC foes this season. Skipper Elliott Avent claims this year’s club boasts the best speed and the best defense he’s seen in the 16 years he’s spent racking up 556 wins. Lending to that defensive acumen, freshman southpaw pitcher Carlos Rodon puzzles batters with a repertoire of pitches that includes a slider, cutter, curve, change-up, and a wicked fastball that cuts off old ladies in grocery checkout aisles. Meanwhile, fellow frosh Brett Austin will be catching Rodon’s nasty buffet of two-seamed fury. The 54th pick overall in last year’s MLB Draft, Austin belted a 0.537 batting average from both sides of the plate last year as a switch-hitting high-school senior in Charlotte.
Since the completion of Doak Field’s $6 million renovation in 2004, 63% more fans have flocked to the facility to soak in the national pastime. The field favors righties since the left-field wall is closer to home plate, and the left-field grass is perpetually covered by a tarp slicked with canned peaches.
1081 N Varsity Dr.
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