(PRWEB) October 14, 2012
Fans of Major League Baseball and the thrilling and high stakes MLB postseason should also become fans of a website called TicketProcess.com. The reputable and highly rated ticket exchange has been making their customers happy since they opened up their virtual doors in the online ticket marketplace, and they are happy to formally announce that they will be offering NLCS tickets to each of the upcoming games. The San Francisco Giants will be doing battle against the St. Louis Cardinals, and the pride of the National League is on the line. The team that is able to advance will take on the American League's champion, who has been bested by the National League’s representative three of the past four years.
The San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals rivalry goes back to the 1980s, when Candlestick Park and Busch Stadium stage many epic battles. The two teams matched up in a memorable 1987 NLCS, when San Francisco slugger Jeffery Leonard became the first MVP of a losing team in NLCS history. The series was taken in seven games by the Cardinals, who went on to fall short of a championship by one game after they were bested by the Minnesota Twins in a highly competitive seven game World Series.
This year's version naturally involves an entirely new cast of characters in each dugout, although many players on both teams are familiar with the bright spotlight of the postseason. The Cardinals roster features an abundance of players that already have a championship ring in storage from last year, while the Giants feature a handful of players from the 2012 Fall Classic winning team. The most notable are catcher Buster Posey and third baseman Pablo Sandoval.
SF Giants tickets to the upcoming games in San Francisco on Sunday and Monday are going fast, and averaging between $100 and $200 on TicketProcess.com. "We have the best rates and guarantees, but we cannot guarantee how long the deals will last", said a TicketProcess.com representative. Simply put, anyone hoping to get their hands on SF Giants tickets or Cardinals tickets should visit TicketProcess.com soon. St. Louis will host games on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week, so fans in the region should be ready to pounce on the opportunities provided.