5 Things To Watch For: Houston Astros Spring Training

After being a laughing stock for three straight seasons, the Houston Astros turned in a respectable 70-92 record in 2014. Entering its third season as a member of the American League West, Houston’s improvements are directly tied to its home run output. As a team, Houston clubbed 163 home...

5 Things To Watch For: Milwaukee Brewers Spring Training

Last season, the Milwaukee Brewers went 82-80, finishing third in the National League Central. While 82 wins was an impressive feat, fans felt somewhat disappointed by the end result. Milwaukee led the National League Central for nearly five months before slowing down in September. Milwaukee...

5 Things To Watch For: Cleveland Indians Spring Training

After winning 92 and 85 games in 2013 and 2014, respectively, expectations are high for the 2015 Cleveland Indians. Entering his third season as manager, Terry Francona has changed the culture surrounding the Indians. Francona has the uncanny ability to motivate his players and get the most...

Orioles Do Not Raise Ticket Prices Following Successful 2014 Season

Earlier this week, the reigning American League East champion Baltimore Orioles announced they will not increase prices on season ticket plans or individual game tickets for the 2015 season. Speculation ran rampant among season ticket holders as to whether Baltimore would raise prices. Most...

Brewers Unveil $1,000 “Timeless Ticket”

The Milwaukee Brewers have unveiled a special $1,000 “Timeless Ticket” which is essentially an investment into the future of the franchise. The Timeless Ticket allows its owner one ticket to any future game of its choosing. Whether the fan wants to attend Opening Day or Game 7 of the...

2015 Astros Opening Day Tickets Down 21% From 2014

After three straight seasons of losing 106+ games, the 2014 Houston Astros turned in an improved 70-92 record. Part of Houston’s resurgent was tied to its impressive home run totals. As a team, Houston clubbed 163 home runs, which ranked third in the American League. Designated hitter Chris...

2015 Indians Opening Day Tickets 32% Higher Than 2014

In 2014, the Cleveland Indians went 85-77, finishing just three games out of the second Wild Card spot. Manager Terry Francona has once worked his magic, turning a team that won just 68 games in 2012 to a team that won 92 and 85 games in 2013 and 2014, respectively. Cleveland is led by Cy...

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