MLB World Series Game Tickets
The MLB World Series schedule is shown below. To buy tickets, select the team match-up game you would like to attend. If you have questions or prefer to buy your World Series tickets by phone, please call 1-800-550-7556.
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World Series Information and History
World Series tickets are enough to capture the imagination of any sports fans and send him (or her) reeling and spinning down a path of memory and possibility. When it’s all said and done, and the season has boiled down to two teams and a set of games that will decide glory or heartbreak, the movie reel in the heads of fans and players alike begins to spin. It’s a vision of what could happen, what lies at the end of the long road to the World Series, and the unforgettable moments that were available to the lucky few who’ve gotten their hands on World Series game tickets.
Just to shed a small gleam of light on what World Series seats could mean we offer the following great moments in World Series History::
1) October 15, 1988: The LA Dodgers are matched up against the Oakland Athletics in Game 1 of the World Series. LA is trailing the heavily favored Athletics 4-3 in the bottom of the 9th inning. There are two outs and a single runner on first base. It’s the Dodgers last chance. Winning this first game of the series is crucial to prevent Oakland from getting momentum. Kirk Gibson, who is suffering from a badly injured leg and can barely walk, somehow convinces manager Tommy Lasorda to let him pinch hit. After hobbling to the plate, Gibson starts out 0-2 and works Dennis Eckersley to a full count. Finally, in an almost surreal moment, Gibson turns on a pitch and sends it sailing over the wall of right field in Dodgers Stadium. LA wins Game 1 and goes on to win the World Series in 5 games. It was Gibson’s only at-bat in the Series but it propelled the Dodgers to a World Championship.
2) In 1960 the Pittsburgh Pirates faced the New York Yankees in the World Series. The Pirates, big underdogs, push the series to a 7th Game. In that Game 7 with the score knotted at 9 in the bottom of the 9th inning, second baseman Bill Mazeroski sends a pitch over the left field wall for the first walk off homer to win a World Series.
3) A World Series legend is born in 1932. Babe Ruth steps to the plate in Game 3 against the Chicago Cubs. The score is tied at 4-4 in the 5th inning. Ruth, according to rumor, points his bat into center field and then proceeds to launch a home run ball into that exact spot. Truth or just World Series legend? Do we really care?
Are you starting to get the idea of what World Series game tickets can mean? Over the years no sporting event has generated as many memorable moments as the World Series. Stop for just one minute and try to think of someplace you’d rather be than watching the two best teams in Major League Baseball leaving it all out on the diamond for a chance at baseball history. Now that the minute’s over, order your World Series tickets.