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What's New at Alex Box Stadium?

by (@LSUsports)
What's New at Alex Box Stadium?

Below is a guide for LSU Baseball fans about new services in place for the 2019 season, along with some reminders about established policies: 

NEW for 2019

Guest Services Areas
LSU Baseball is pleased to announce the addition of a Guest Services area located on the concourse behind Section 211 near the Fan Zone. The addition supplements Alex Box Stadium’s other Guest Services area located on the field level inside Gate 2 near the Champions Club. Both Guest Services areas are staffed with representatives who are eager to assist fans with questions and concerns.

Gameday Website
All policies and procedures for Baseball games held at Alex Box Stadium can be found by visiting LSU Athletics’ gameday mobile-friendly website at

Student Section – Location Change
The student section at Alex Box Stadium has been moved for the 2019 season to the right field bleachers – sections 95, 96 and 97. Students should still follow the same procedure to secure tickets for LSU Baseball games; i.e., visit the Alex Box Stadium Ticket Office to redeem a ticket.

New Video Board
The new video board at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field is the largest in college baseball. The structure, located in left field, measures 71.4 feet wide by 37.8 feet high for a total square footage of 2,698. The 16 mm high-definition video board will provide instant replays and enhanced statistical information with the capability for full-screen video viewing.

The Yard
All LSU baseball fans over the age of 21 will have access to two new areas at Alex Box Stadium featuring beer and wine sales. Named “The Yard,” the new tented areas will be located at the left and right outfield corners.

The Yard at Alex Box Stadium will operate in much the same way as The Chute at Tiger Stadium. Fans ages 21 and over can purchase a wristband at either location or near the grandstand entrance gates. The wristband is $20 and includes two beverages. Additional beverages can be purchased inside the premium area starting at $6. Fans who purchase a wristband will have access to both locations of The Yard.

Due to Southeastern Conference regulations, all sales must be consumed in the tented area. The left and right field locations will open two hours before first pitch. Beer and wine sales will end at the close of the seventh inning.

Free Game Programs
Game program are free this season, and they may be picked up from LSU Bat Girls at the Gate 2 field level entrance. The programs contain team rosters and feature stories about the Tigers, along with information about the tremendous history of LSU Baseball.


Geaux Clear Bag Policy
Fans are reminded that LSU’s Geaux Clear bag policy is in effect for all sports. The following bags are permitted inside LSU Athletic venues: clear 12” x 6” x 12” or smaller bags, clear 1-gallon freezer bags & clear or non-clear 4.5” x 6.5” (approximately the size of a person’s hand) wallets/wristlets/clutches. Diaper bags must be clear and adhere to this policy. For more information regarding the clear bag policy, please visit

Medical Items – Designated Entry Point
Fans with medically necessary items and/or bags will be allowed to enter Alex Box Stadium following a more thorough search at the designated medical item inspection point located at Gate 2 (home plate gate).

Guest Services Assistance Line (225-578-4085)
LSU Athletics’ Guest Services Assistance Line is available to assist fans with questions before, during and after LSU Athletics competitions and events. The assistance line is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and also surrounding LSU Athletics events. Guest Services representatives are happy to assist fans with all questions/concerns or direct them to the appropriate personnel.

Entrance/Gate Opening Times
All public entrances to Alex Box Stadium open two hours prior to first pitch. The Alex Box Stadium Ticket Office also opens at this time.