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World Series

Hoping to catch a World Series game this year? Be prepared to cough up a pretty penny.

With the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals preparing to battle it out in the Fall Classic beginning tonight, both clubs are already posting extremely high ticket prices on the secondary market. Neither team in the hunt has claimed a World Series title since the Mets did it back in 1986, and those long droughts have sent resale ticket outlets into a frenzy ahead of this year’s series.

Simply put – when losers win, fans break the bank.

According to TicketNetwork, tickets for the 2015 World Series will be some of the most expensive World Series tickets ever sold on the secondary market. Tickets for Mets home games at Citi Field have sold for an average price of $841.33, on That’s pricy, however Royals World Series tickets for games at Kauffman Stadium have sold for $886 per ticket, on average.


Ten Reasons Why AL Teams Will Dominate Headlines This Postseason

MLB Playoffs

Baseball’s LCS picture is officially set. Following division series victories by the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals in the beginning portion of the week, the Championship Series will commence on Friday when the Toronto Blue Jays take on the Kansas City Royals. The National League will kick things off Saturday as the New York Mets welcome the Cubbies.

While plenty of pitching power will be showcased by the NL – ranging from the arsenal of Mets aces to leading NL Cy Young candidates – the 2015 World Series will be played by an American League team with something to prove.

MLB Playoffs

The New York Mets winning the World Series was an improbable quest before the Major League Baseball season started, but here we are in October and the Mets have as good of a shot as any team to win it all with their strong group of starting pitchers.

The Mets won 90 games for first time since 2006, sparked by acquisitions made at the trade deadline including slugging outfielder Yoenis Cespedes and the return of the team's Captain, David Wright. It was all capped off with a strong second half run, in which the Mets surged passed the Washington Nationals and put their arch nemesis away for good.




Yankees vs Astros

The New York Yankees limped into the postseason, losing seven of their final ten games, with the team’s top players, including Brett Gardner, Jacoby Ellsbury, and Brian McCann failing to get hits and score runs towards the end of the season. But there was a glimmer of hope that The Pinstripers could pull off a victory over the Houston Astros in the AL wild card game in the Bronx last night. Yes, Astros starter Dallas Keuchel may have shutout the Yankees in two regular season starts this season, but last night the AL Cy Young Award contender was making his first-ever playoff appearance, which was sure to give him the jitters, not to mention he was pitching on three days’ rest for the first time in his career. But the small glimmer of hope Yankees’ fans held onto was quickly extinguished as Keuchel pitched six scoreless frames, giving up 3 hits and striking out seven. Houston’s bullpen then came into the game and pitched a combined three hitless innings.

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Last night’s “Midsummer Classic” at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati turned out to be a memorable one, with the American League taking a 6 - 3 victory over the National League. However, the real highlight of this year’s MLB All-Star Game festivities was the new and improved Home Run Derby. Major League Baseball was able to take an event that has become increasingly stale year after year and turn it into an edge-of-your-seat, nail-biting experience for everyone watching.

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