Astros World Series Tickets Are Through the Roof for Game 6 and 7
NOT SO FAST ATLANTA:
The Houston Astros overcame a fast start and a 1st inning Grand Slam by the Braves. How did they do it? Taking it back to the basics and using small ball to get runs across the plate. Dusty Baker rearranged the batting order and used a different approach at the plate and it worked.
BACK TO THE BASICS:
It appears the bats of Altuve, Bregman, Gurriel, and Altuve are starting to wake up, and perhaps the biggest at-bats yesterday came from catcher Martin Maldonado. At one point, he went up with the bases loaded and stood there forcing the pitcher to throw strikes. It worked, he drew a bases-loaded walk. He understood his assignment for the good of the team. He went a very quiet 1-3 with a walk, a sac fly, and a single driving in three runs. He was the player of the game.
BACK AT HOME:
The Houston Astros live to fight another day and really put that home-field advantage to use. Games 6 and 7 (if necessary) are back in Houston at Minute Maid, get your popcorn ready. Unless you plan on buying tickets to Series. In case you are planning on purchasing last-minute tickets, get ready to drop major bucks.
CRAZY TICKET PRICES:
All World Series tickets that are for sale are on the secondary market at sites like Stub Hub. The most expensive tickets will of course be for a Game 7. As of 11/1/21, the most expensive tickets for the World Series are for game 7 You can sit right behind the place for only $125,000 PER SEAT for a group of 4 tickets. Your family of four can go to the game for only HALF A MILLION DOLLARS plus fees. Somebody will probably buy them too.
REGULAR PEOPLE SEATS:
For everyone else, seats in the upper deck are starting at $749.00. The Crawford boxes will cost you $1600.00 and up and behind the Astros dugout is going for $2350.00 and up. You can find me right in front of my TV for games 6 and 7! Let's go Astros!