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Vols set to Checker LNS

Fans encouraged to take part in first ever event at Lindsey Nelson Stadium on Friday night
KNOXVILLE, TN - April 17, 2021 - Wide angle of Lindsey Nelson Stadium during the game between...
KNOXVILLE, TN - April 17, 2021 - Wide angle of Lindsey Nelson Stadium during the game between the Vanderbilt Commodores and the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville, TN. Photo By Andrew Ferguson/Tennessee Athletics(UT Athletics)
Updated: May. 12, 2021 at 2:11 PM EDT
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) - The fourth-ranked Tennessee Baseball team is anticipating a weekend filled with excitement and sold out crowds at Lindsey Nelson Stadium as the Vols take on top-ranked Arkansas for their final SEC home series of the season.

The series kicks off on Friday with Shirseys on the Seats, presented by Academy Sports + Outdoors. Every seat in the grandstands will include a shirsey featuring either a throwback VFL t-shirt jersey design or the fan-favorite Cream Vols t-shirt jersey. Friday’s pre-game festivities will also feature a Pig Roast and pulled pork sandwich giveaway. The first 350 fans in attendance will receive a voucher for a pulled pork sandwich, while supplies last. Also on Friday night, Vol Nation won’t have to travel to Omaha to see a VFL known for his arm throw out the ceremonial first pitch. 

All Vol fans are encouraged to take part in the first-ever Checker LNS for Saturday’s noon game by wearing the color that corresponds with their ticket location and section. CLICK HERE to visit CheckerLNS.com and find out what color to wear by entering your seating section. Merchandise will be available to purchase at the ballpark for fans needing a different color. Fans who are not sure of their ticket location prior to arrival are encouraged to pack a white and orange t-shirt option. For will call tickets, please call the Tennessee Ticket Office at 865-656-1200 to determine your seating location and corresponding color prior to arrival.

For Sunday’s series finale, pregame ceremonies honoring eight senior Vols are set to begin at approximately 12:30 p.m. Fans are asked to arrive early to help celebrate and honor the careers of these incredible seniors who have helped return Tennessee baseball to national prominence. Fifty fans will be delighted as they enter Sunday’s game and receive a voucher for a free lemonade from the rebranded stand, affectionately called Tony’s Lemonade Stand, which will feature lemonade made with fresh lemons and inspired by Head Coach Tony Vitello’s very own lemonade stand which briefly launched in 2018. Sunday’s Kids’ Day activities include: free ice cream scoops for the first 75 kids ages 12 and under, Color Me Pennants and make your own Orange and White Bracelet, all while supplies last.

A food truck will be located inside of Lindsey Nelson Stadium behind the third-base Patios on Saturday and Sunday for fans to enjoy additional food options and local Knoxville eats. This weekend’s series against the Razorbacks is sold out.

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