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Oklahoma scene: RedHawks, Big 12 baseball tickets on sale at the Brick

The RedHawks open the home portion of their season April 11. The Big 12 Championships are May 21-25.
From Staff Reports Modified: March 26, 2014 at 9:57 pm •  Published: March 26, 2014

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Tickets for Oklahoma City RedHawks and Big 12 Championships baseball games are on sale at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.

Single-game ticket prices for RedHawks games range between $7 and $19. The Hawks’ home opener is scheduled April 11 against the New Orleans Zephyrs.

The Big 12 Championships are May 21-25. Various all-session packages are available for $87, $117 and $202. Weekend terrace ($67) and weekend field level ($87) tickets are other options. Single-game tickets will go on sale the week of the event.

The Brick will also host an Oklahoma State-Oklahoma game May 15. Tickets prices for Bedlam are $13 and $22.

All tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster — (800) 745-3000 or The ballpark box office is also open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. For any other ticket information, call (405) 218-1000.



Oklahoma State national champion wrestlers Chris Perry and Alex Dieringer are among five finalists for the Dan Hodge Trophy. The award is the highest non-academic honor a wrestler can receive. It has been given to the nation’s best wrestler since 1995.

Hodge was a three-time NCAA champion from 1955-57 at Oklahoma.

Perry defeated OU’s Andrew Howe for 174-pound division’s championship during last week’s NCAA Tournament in Oklahoma City. Dieringer won the national title for 157-pounders with a 13-4 major decision over Dylan Ness of Minnesota.

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