OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma City Dodgers have announced the schedule for their annual High School Baseball Series, beginning later this week at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark.
The series begins Friday, March 9 and will feature a total of 17 games. In addition, the High School Baseball Series will include the OSSAA Class 2A, Class 3A and Class 4A Championship Games on Saturday, May 12.
The OKC Dodgers High School Baseball Series gives teams and their fans a chance to have a "professional" experience complete with the use of batting cages, dugouts and state-of-the-art scoreboards. Both teams have access to the home and visiting clubhouses, normally reserved only for the Oklahoma City Dodgers and visiting Pacific Coast League teams. Also, each school will have a professional team photo taken on the field prior to the game.
"Over the last eight years, the High School Baseball Series signals baseball season has returned to Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark," said OKC Dodgers President/General Manager Michael Byrnes. "During that time, the High School Baseball Series has provided long-lasting memories for the players and the communities they represent, and it will continue to do so into the future."
All games during the High School Baseball Series are free to the public, and there will be complimentary parking in the Joe Carter Lot, located at the northeast corner of Reno and Joe Carter Avenues. Gates open one hour prior to game time.
A full schedule of the 2018 High School Baseball Series can be found here. There are remaining opportunities for schools to schedule games during the High School Baseball Series. For more information, please call Josh Hill at (405) 218-2110.
For general information on the OKC Dodgers High School Baseball Series or 2018 Dodgers ticket packages and group outings, call (405) 218-1000 or visit okcdodgers.com.