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After the COVID-19 pandemic canceled the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series last year, fans are eager to get back to Suplizio Field to watch some baseball. Through Wednesday, about $130,000 in ticket revenue had been purchased for this year’s JUCO World Series, which begins May 29.

It hasn’t come without hiccups and people frustrated with the new way to purchase tickets for this year’s Alpine Bank Junior College World Series.

But after a bumpy week or two after the switch to a new online ticketing program, fans are snapping up tickets for the tournament, which begins May 29 at Suplizio Field. As of Wednesday morning, about $130,000 in ticket revenue had been purchased, said Darren Coltrinari, a member of JUCO’s executive committee.