Ticket Packages for 2015 ACC Baseball Championship on Sale

Durham Bulls Athletic Park to host 10-team tournament

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Full tournament passes and weekend packages for the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Championship, scheduled for May 19-24 at Durham Bulls Athletic Park, are now on sale.

Full tournament passes are available for $150.  The pass includes tickets to all 15 tournament games, including the championship on Sunday.  Group and corporate tickets are also available.

New this year is a weekend package, which includes Friday night’s game, all three games on Saturday, and Sunday’s championship. It is available for $50.

Call 919-956-BULL or visit http://theacc.co/BASE15tix to secure your seats today.

The tournament logo, revealed today, features the ACC Baseball mark and highlights the historic landmarks in downtown Durham.

This season is the first year of a four-year agreement for the event to be held in Durham. The 2015 tournament will showcase the top 10 ACC teams and will feature two games on May 19, followed by three games per day in a round-robin format from Wednesday through Saturday, May 20-23. The championship game between the two pool winners will be played on Sunday afternoon.

The ACC Baseball Championship annually features many of the nation's top-ranked teams. The ACC placed seven teams in the 2014 NCAA Championship field, and a total of 18 ACC squads have reached the College World Series over the past nine seasons. Six teams enter the 2015 season ranked in Baseball America’s Top 25, more than any other conference.

Durham Bulls Athletic Park recently completed a $20 million transformation. The DBAP boasts a new playing surface, improved field lights, new seats, additional group picnic areas, and upgraded video displays and sound system.

“The Durham Bulls have shown a terrific commitment to the league, our schools and our fans with the numerous enhancements to the park,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “The support of not only the Bulls, but the entire City of Durham, has been outstanding. Our schools had a desire to find a home for the ACC Baseball Championship and we have found a superb one in Durham and the DBAP for the next four years.”

Among many concessions upgrades is Jackie’s Landing, a new 10,000 square foot social space along the first base line, which features themed food and beverage stands that allow fans an uninterrupted view of the game.

The "crown jewel" of the renovations is the 5,000 square foot PNC Triangle Club, an upscale space that provides a whole new level of exclusivity for premium ticket holders and groups looking to host special events at the DBAP.

The ACC Baseball Championship has been held in Durham eight times previously, including three of the past five years. In 2013, tournament records for single-game attendance (11,329) and championship game attendance (8,697) were set. The 2013 championship drew 58,454 fans, the fourth highest total in league history.