April Series With Yankees Highlights Top-Priced Games on 2015 Rays Schedule

The Tampa Bay Rays finished the 2014 season at 77-85 and stumbled to October’s finish line with their worst record since 2007. Perhaps the team’s biggest headline last year was its decision to ship star southpaw David Price to Detroit for a handful of lesser talent. Now without a...

Reds Tickets Up 14% From Last Season On Secondary Market

2014 was a season filled with disappointment for the Cincinnati Reds. The team finished a forgettable 10 games under .500 at 76-86, owning fourth-place honors in a National League Central dominated by the St. Louis Cardinals. Hope springs eternal as spring training gears up, however, and the...

2015 White Sox Tickets On Secondary Market Are 8.2% More Expensive Than 2014 Prices

The Chicago White Sox possess some of the most talented players in baseball, but have been unable to consistently win games under manager, Robin Ventura. Chicago won just 73 games last season despite elite individual performances from first baseman Jose Abreu and starting pitcher Chris Sale....

Red Sox Most Expensive, Marlins Cheapest Games On 2015 Phillies Schedule

The Philadelphia Phillies are opening the 2015 regular season at home against the Boston Red Sox. All three games will also serve as the most expensive on the secondary market this season. The series will start on April 6, before a day off. The two other games will be played on April 8 and...

Yankees Ticket Prices Rise For Pettitte, Posada and Bernie’s Retirement Ceremonies

The 2015 New York Yankees are not American League East favorites, but fans are eagerly anticipating the start of the season. Earlier this week, the Yankees announced that Andy Pettitte, Bernie Williams, and Jorge Posada will have their numbers retired during the 2015 season. Willie Randolph...

Looking At The Top Atlanta Braves Games Of The Season

The Atlanta Braves had one of the busiest offseasons of any team in recent memory after the team really struggled on offense in 2014. That caused multiple slumps for the Braves throughout the season as they won only 79 games and finished tied for second place in the NL East at four games...

Astros Tickets At A 3-Year High On Secondary Market

The 2015 Houston Astros will look to build upon last season’s successful campaign. After losing 100+ games for three straight seasons, Houston posted a more respectable 70-92 record in 2014. Houston’s success is directly tied to its youth movement and home run prowess. Due to the make-up...

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