ALCS Shifts to Detroit as Tigers look to Sweep – Tickets Available Now on Ticket Liquidator

The Detroit Tigers v. New York Yankees ALCS series shifts to Detroit with the Tigers enjoying a two-game advantage. Fans looking to watch a potential AL Pennant-clinching win can buy tickets on Ticket Liquidator.

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Fans looking to purchase Tigers v. Yankees ALCS tickets may do so at Ticket Liquidator. The Detroit Tigers last won the American League pennant in 2006, when they swept the Oakland Athletics to advance to the World Series.

South Windsor, CT (PRWEB) October 16, 2012

The American League Championship Series shifts to Detroit’s Comerica Park tonight for Games Three, Four and Five, with the Detroit Tigers holding a two games to none advantage. Fans looking to purchase Tigers v. Yankees ALCS tickets may do so at Ticket Liquidator. The Detroit Tigers last won the American League pennant in 2006, when they swept the Oakland Athletics to advance to the World Series. In the Fall Classic, the Tigers were bested by the St. Louis Cardinals, who are currently playing the San Francisco Giants in the NLCS. If the current winner holds on, Detroit Tigers vs St Louis Cardinals World Series tickets could very well be the hot item in the Motor City.
Game Three is scheduled for Tuesday, October 16, with an 8 p.m. start time, Game Four goes down on Wednesday, October 17 and Game Five, if necessary goes down on Thursday, October 18. Should the Yankees battle back, Game Six and Seven are scheduled in New York on Saturday and Sunday. With the Tigers holding a two game advantage, the earliest Detroit could clinch the AL Pennant is Wednesday.
The Tigers stunned the Yankees in the Bronx, winning Game One in 12 innings, and holding onto a 3-0 victory in Game Two. In game three the Tigers turn to reigning Cy Young Award winner Justin Verlander, who was last seen pitching a complete-game shutout of the Oakland A’s in Game Five of the ALDS. The Yankees will have Phil Hughes take the mound. In his last outing Hughes allowed one run over 6 2/3 innings. Game Four would see Yankees ace CC Sabathia against Detroit’s Max Scherzer.

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