EUGENE, Ore. – Four different mini plans for the Oregon Ducks baseball season go on sale Monday, February 4, at 9 a.m. at www.goducks.com/baseballtix

The Pac-12 Pack is available on-line only for just $68 and features one game from each of the five Pac-12 series--Oregon State, Stanford, UCLA, Washington and Arizona.

The Friday Fun Night plan allows fans to attend every Friday night game for only $91, a savings of over 13 percent.

The PK Pack consists of three premium game for the University of Oregon team and three games for the Eugene Emeralds for only $68. Seating for Ducks games will be in sections 10 and 11, while seating for Emeralds games will be in the lower level of section 9 or 10. Each package purchased will receive a free pint glass from the Eugene Emeralds. Dates included in the package for UO games are against Washington on March 30, UCLA on April 21 and the Civil War game against Oregon State on May 17. The Emerald game dates are June 14 against Boise, July 11 vs. Everett and against Salem-Keizer on August 24.

The Flex Plan gets fans 14 general admission tickets throughout the season for just $7.50 a ticket. With the Flex Plan, Ducks fans can bring GA vouchers to the box office in advance or on game day and exchange it for tickets to the games of their choice. They can redeem as many vouchers for a single game as they choose, or can split it among 14 different games.  

Oregon enters the season ranked in the top 15 of all five college baseball polls, with the Ducks peaking at No. 6 in two polls.  UO won a school-record 46 games in 2012 before ending its season in the Super Regional in Eugene.  The Ducks return seven position player starters this season behind a pitching staff that features four returning starters and an All-American reliever.  Jimmie Sherfy earned first-team All- America pre-season recognition by Louisville Slugger, the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association and Perfect Game.

Oregon opens at PK Park on Friday, Feb. 22, against Cal State Northridge after wrapping up a four-game series at Hawaii.