The Grass is Greener

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One more sign that baseball season is coming: the turf is being put in at Chase Field today.

This will give the sod and grass just over four weeks to set in before the D-backs play their first game on the field against the Chicago Cubs for the final two exhibition games on April 2 and 3 (those tickets go on sale Saturday, more on that below).

As of the time of this blog post, we are just 33 days away (793 1/2 hours if you want to break it down further) from the first pitch of the regular season against the Padres at Chase Field.

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Regular Season Tickets On Sale Saturday

The D-backs will begin offering tickets to all 81 regular season games — including Opening Day — plus the two aforementioned games against the Cubs at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 6.

In addition to purchasing tickets at Chase Field, you can call 602.514.8400 or 1.800.777.4664 if you’re outside the Phoenix area. Additionally, you can visit dbacks.com or go to any one of the 36 Ticketmaster Retail Outlets in Arizona, including 28 Fry’s Food Stores or Fry’s Marketplace locations.

The majority of tickets will range from $8-60 and schedule highlights include Opening Day, a weekend series against the National League champion Philadelphia Phillies April 23-25, a three-game interleague series against the World Series champion New York Yankees June 21-23, a Fourth of July weekend series against the Dodgers July 2-4 and a three-game set with the Cubs July 5-7.

If you want to lock in your seats before tickets go on sale Saturday, fans can buy various packages including the 6-Pack or 10-Pack Plus. The 10-Pack Plus includes tickets to any combination of 10 games, $10 in D-backs to purchase merchandise at Team Shop locations or food at any concession stand inside Chase Field, and a $5 gift card from Circle-K. Fans interested in purchasing mini-plans can go to dbacks.com/6pack or dbacks.com/10pack.

 

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