Hotdogs, Peanuts, Cracker Jacks and Controversy – Baseball Season Heats Up

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The 2006 baseball season is already heating up to be an exciting season and baseball fans will be as hungry for tickets as they are for peanuts, hotdogs, crackerjacks and controversy.

The 2006 baseball season is underway and it is already heating up to be an exciting year. Parity in the sport, long-standing records about to fall and a good dose of rivalry and controversy has many in the industry expecting baseball to have a banner year.

From visions of another World Championship in Chicago, to expectations of another in New York, to a powerhouse AL East and enough teams expected to be competing come September for playoff berths, baseball fans are already in a frenzy in what can be one of the most exciting seasons in history.

Controversial figures like Barry Bonds and Jason Giambi, beloved figures like Greg Maddux and Roger Clemens and polarizing teams like the New York Yankees leave fans hungry for action and have baseball tickets flying out of the box office.

With many potential historic games on tap, ticket brokers are expecting to see a dramatic increase in ticket sales as records are approached and as fan-favorites, and fan favorites-to-hate come to town.

Reputable ticket brokers like Stage Front Tickets offer fans the opportunity to see any one or multiple games that they wish without having to buy large ticket packages or being forced to sit so far back that even a Barry Bonds homerun could not reach them.

“I can’t afford to buy 10, 15 or 20 game packages so I usually just use a broker for the games I want to see,” Joseph Melillo, 35, Island Heights, NJ explains. “I rather pay a little extra for the seats than pay for tissues to sit in the nosebleed seats,” he continues.

With brokers like Stage Front Tickets buying tickets for all available games, it is possible for the hardcore fan and the passive fan to enjoy great games and perhaps witness a little bit of history and a whole lot of peanuts, popcorn, hotdogs and controversy during this year’s baseball season.


Stage Front Tickets, Inc., based in Laurel, MD since 1985, is a member of the Better Business Bureau, the Baltimore/Washington Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Ticket Brokers. Offering tickets for the most sought after sports events and entertainment events throughout the country, Stage Front Tickets provides a safe, reliable medium for fans to purchase legitimate tickets for any event.


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