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AU Baseball to host inaugural Auburn Classic

AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn will play host to Boston College, Florida Atlantic and Missouri in the inaugural Auburn Classic at Plainsman Park from Friday through Sunday. Along with two games each day at the field, Auburn will induct the first class into the Auburn Baseball Wall of Fame between games on Saturday. 

All four teams in the tournament are 2-1 on the year as Auburn won its series from Southeast Missouri, Boston College took two of three at Tulane, Florida Atlantic defeated Cincinnati twice and Missouri won a pair of games at the Collegiate Cactus Classic in Tucson, Ariz. 

Auburn will play Boston College at 6pm on Friday, Missouri at 3pm on Saturday and Florida Atlantic at 3pm on Sunday. 

The Wall of Fame dedication ceremonies will take place on the field approximately 40 minutes prior to the start of the Auburn-Missouri game on Saturday and are scheduled to start no earlier than 2:20pm CT. 

Tickets are still available and only one ticket is needed per day and is good for both games. Sunday's game is a Hoops Special and fans will receive free admission with a ticket stub from Saturday's Auburn-LSU men's basketball game (limit one per stub). It is also Family Day (four tickets, four hot dogs and four drinks for $30 – advance purchase only) and Autograph Day. 

The complete schedule for the tournament is:

FRIDAY, FEB. 26

2pm:  Missouri vs. Florida Atlantic

6pm:  Boston College vs. Auburn 

SATURDAY, FEB. 27

11am: Florida Atlantic vs. Boston College

3pm:  Missouri vs. Auburn 

SUNDAY, FEB. 28

11am: Boston College vs. Missouri

3pm:  Florida Atlantic vs. Auburn.

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