TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama baseball will host Florida State this Saturday, Oct. 28 with the exhibition scheduled for a 12 p.m. CT first pitch. More details about the exhibition can be found below.
Admission to the exhibition is free to the public. Gates will open two hours prior to first pitch. Fans are asked to enter Sewell-Thomas Stadium through: Gates 1-3 located directly behind home plate; Gate 9 in center field; or Gate 12 along the left field line. Once inside, fans are to stay in the lower bowl seating area with access to the upper-level premium areas of the stadium strictly prohibited. Bag checks will be conducted at the gates prior to entry. Additionally, the University’s clear bag policy will be in place.
The food areas at Sewell-Thomas Stadium will not be open for the exhibition. Fans are welcome to bring their own food and drinks into the stadium. Alcohol of any kind will not be permitted inside the stadium for the exhibition – this includes the Right Field Terrace student area. Alabama baseball asks that fans please dispose of their trash following the completion of the day’s activities.
The Coleman Lot adjacent to Sewell-Thomas Stadium will be open to fans attending the exhibition. Those who are wanting to park around Coleman Coliseum are asked to access the lot via the 2nd Avenue bridge. In the event that the Coleman Lot is full, the Capstone Parking Deck located at the corner of Bryant Drive and 2nd Avenue will be open and free of charge.
All restrooms inside the stadium will be open for use by those in attendance.
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