Sunday's K-State-Baylor Baseball Game Moved to Noon

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Due to forecasts of late afternoon thunderstorms on Sunday, the series finale between K-State and Baylor will be moved up one hour to a noon first pitch at Tointon Family Stadium.

The game’s promotions of Bark in the Park and Family Day will remain as scheduled. Fans can bring their dogs to the ballpark, with special seating along the grass berm down the left field line. For Family Day, there will be Willie’s Fun Zone (pregame) and Kids Run the Bases (postgame). Also, fans can purchase the Wildcat 4 Pack, which includes four general admission tickets and four helmet ice cream sundaes for $36.

For tickets, fans can click here or stop by the Tointon Family Stadium ticket window beginning one hour before first pitch.

The Wildcats and Bears are set to meet in game two of the three-game series today at 4 p.m.