(PRWEB) July 02, 2014
It comes as no surprise that the July 4 game is the most popular in this particular series. The Dodgers are surging, and their fellow NL West rival Giants are slumping. Don Mattingly and his crew have got a taste of first place for the first time since the middle of last season. At least 8,000 tickets have already been sold on the secondary market to this highly anticipated evening showdown at Coors Field in Denver.
Despite the popularity, the average price of tickets that will get fans into the stadium via an online ticket purchase in the secondary market is exactly $33 as of press time. This is a very reasonable rate, especially when factoring in that the game is taking place on a National Holiday. Left-handed fireballer Clayton Kershaw is expected to take the hill for the Dodgers, which only adds to the excitement.
Kershaw recently pitched a no-hitter in front of a rabid audience in Los Angeles, and fans in Colorado are well aware that he can carve up lineups like a Thanksgiving turkey on any given day. The Rockies have been on a bit of a skid themselves, and they are looking to reestablish their confidence in the upcoming days.
The team is currently over 10 games out of first-place, but with nearly 80 to play in a long and demanding schedule, there is plenty of time for them to turn it around.
Data as of Wednesday, July 2, 2014.
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