Nats Host D.C.’s First Baseball Playoff Since 1933. Ticket sales for historic game surge.

It’s the first baseball playoff game in Washington D.C. in 79 years. The Washington Nationals, with the best regular season record in major league baseball, go up against the defending World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals in Game Three this Wednesday afternoon, September 10, 2012. And, the teams are tied 1-1. “Nats Park is officially sold out for the game,” said Felina Martinez at BuyAnySeat.com. “Discount Washington Nationals tickets are still available however.”

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Denver, CO (PRWEB) October 10, 2012

Fans have been waiting patiently for this… for almost eight decades. When the Washington Nationals host the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Three of their division playoff series, it will be the first MLB post-season game in the nation’s capital since 1933.

On September 20, 2012, the Nationals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to become the first Washington-based baseball team to advance to the post-season in 79 years. Then, they won the National League East division, and went on to clinch the best record in major league baseball at 98-64.

In their first playoff game since 1981, they squeaked by the defending World Series champions. Then, they suffered at blowout at the hands of the powerful Cards. Now the Nationals are bringing home the first major league baseball playoff game since the Great Depression. They’re tied 1-1 in their series. Anything can happen say the pundits. But for fans, win or lose, it’s an occurrence they’ve been waiting for decades to see.

“With the Nats’ 98 wins over the regular season, and this historic game in particular, there’s been a landslide of ticket sales for the team,” said Felina Martinez of online ticket marketplace BuyAnySeat.com. “Nationals Park is officially sold out for Wednesday’s matinee game (October 10, 2012). Thursday’s and Friday’s games, if necessary, are officially sold out too.”

“Although many of the upcoming post-season games are at official sold-out status, we still have a great selection of cheap Washington Nationals tickets, as well as post-season tickets to all other team’s games, now available at exclusive discounts on our site,” said Martinez. “Washington Nationals fans can save as much as $150 at checkout.”

“To access the exclusive discounts on the cheap Washington Nationals tickets we now have available, customers can go to BuyAnySeat.com and click on the Washington Nationals or any other team – then select their tickets and type in “VOC2012” in the discount code box at checkout,” said Martinez.

Established in 1969 and originally known as the Montreal Expos, the Washington Nationals have been based in Washington since 2005. In 2008, they began playing at their new home, Nationals Park, the first LEED-certified green major professional sports stadium in the United States. The venue, which cost $611 million to build, currently seats 41,487 fans. Record attendance for the park is 44,685, set on August 20, 2011 in a Nats’ game against the Phillies.

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