Games 5 and 6 of the College World Series are still scheduled for 3:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., respectively. Those times were pushed back to accommodate EPSN's continuing coverage of the World Cup.
The Rosenblatt Stadium box office was back in business Monday after the weekend rains.
A news release from the CWS included the following guidelines for purchasing reserved seat tickets :
People will be allowed to line up outside the perimeter entrance identified as Gate No. 6 on Bert Murphy Street beginning at midnight throughout the Series.
Sequentially numbered wrist bands will be distributed to ticket buyers prior to the perimeter gates opening at 8 a.m.
The line will wrap around to 13th Street toward the entrance identified as Gate No. 7
At 8 a.m. when the perimeter gate No. 6 is opened, ticket buyers can line up at the ticket window according to the number on their wrist band.
Individual reserved seating costs $22 per game. Only cash and checks will be accepted.
Up to six tickets may be purchased per person for each game being played that day.
Fans with general admission (GA) tickets, which are non-guaranteed seats that admit fans to the right outfield and left outfield bleachers on a first-come, first-serve basis, can line up at midnight at Gate No 1 located on Deer Park Lane.
The line will wrap to the east toward 10th Street and Gate No. 2. When the perimeter entrance Gate No. 1 opens at 8 a.m., GA ticket holders can proceed to the right field or left field general admission gates. General Admission ticket holders will not receive wrist bands.