Discount Detroit Tigers Tickets Selling Out Fast as World Series Fever Strikes
The Detroit Tigers are four games away from their first World Series title since 1984. Fans are in a frenzy, hoping the Tigers can finally take home the crown again this year. All available tickets to Comerica Park, the Detroit Tigers' home field, are selling out fast. The World Series starts Wednesday October 24, 2012 at AT&T Park in San Francisco, and comes to Detroit's Comerica Park on Saturday October 27th for Game 3, followed by Game 4 and Game 5, if necessary. “We've seen a massive increase in traffic for discount Detroit Tigers tickets since last week,” said Felina Martinez at BuyAnySeat.com. “Even though the games are officially sold out, we still have an extensive inventory of cheap Detroit Tigers World Series tickets still available.”
Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 24, 2012
Detroit Tiger fans are in a frenzy. The team is making its first World Series appearance since 2006, and looking for their first championship in 18 years.
The Detroit Tigers have had a chance to rest before starting the World Series. Detroit won the AL pennant last Thursday October 18th, wrapping up a four-game sweep of the New York Yankees. The National League Championship Series took a bit longer, finally finishing in Game 7 last Monday night after the San Francisco Giants shut out the defending champion St. Louis Cardinals 9 – 0.
Now, the Detroit Tigers will face the San Francisco Giants in Game 1 of the World Series on Wednesday October 24, 2012 at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Game 2 is the following night on the coast before the series travels to Detroit for Game 3 on Saturday October 27. Game 4 is on Sunday, Game 5 (if necessary) will be played on Monday October 29th. If necessary, the series will return to San Francisco for Game 6 on Halloween, followed by Game 7 on November 1, 2012.
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The Detroit Tigers are playing in their 11th World Series, having won four titles, the most recent in 1984. The San Francisco Giants have made 19 trips to the Fall Classic, winning six titles, most recently in 2010.
The Tigers beat the Oakland A's in the best-of-5 ALDS, winning the first two games at Comerica Park before Justin Verlander pitched a four-hit beauty in a 4 – 0 victory in Game 5 in Oakland. Then, the Tigers blanked the Yanks 4 – 0 in the ALCS to reach the World Series.
The Giants had a more difficult road, even though they won the crown in 2010 and are headed for the series for the second time in three years. San Francisco dropped the first two games of the ALDS against Cincinnati before sweeping the final three to earn an ALCS date with defending champion St. Louis. In the ALCS, the Giants again had to rally from a 1 – 3 deficit. They won three straight, completing their comeback in Game 7 last Monday night with a 9 – 0 shut out at home over the Cards.
The Tigers had an 88-74 regular-season record and were 50-31 at home. San Francisco was 48-33 at home en route to a 94-68 record, winning six more regular season games than the Tigers.
The memories of the Tigers' magical run to the World Series in 2006 are still fresh. It's their play once they got there that remains painful in fans' minds. Last year, the team made it all the way to the ALCS before losing. This year, the Tigers have the magic of Miguel Cabrera and his Triple Crown and MVP candidacy, as well as Justin Verlander, the reigning AL MVP and Cy Young award winner, to give them hope. Now, the Tigers are four wins from their first World Series title since 1984. and fans are hoping this is the year.
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