In tonight’s sixth World Series game, the Boston Red Sox can
either finish off the Cardinals and take it all, or put themselves in an unwanted game 7 situation. This has been a so far awesome, riveting series, with what obstruction calls and Big Papi outstanding performances. Tonight’s game will take place at Fenway Park, and it could be Boston’s chance for glory.
This will be the first game 6 played in Fenway since 1975, and tickets are pricey! Let’s take a look at the facts: It is game 6 of the World Series, it is the Red Sox vs the Cardinals (two of the teams in the league with the best records) it is being played at the historic (and crazy fans engrossed) Fenway Park, and most importantly, it could be the first time in 95 years that the Red Sox clinch the title at home. Tickets are bound to be expensive. The average ticket for tonight’s game is a whopping $2,000! This opportunity to see the Sox play at home has turned into the city’s most expensive ticket in history. Even bleacher seats to this game, which last week were $300, are now over $1,000. For those who want a from row pass are going to be paying up to $24,000 for a pair of dugout seats, but man will they have quite the view.
Tonight’s stars will feature pitchers Michael Wacha of the St. Louis Cardinals and John Lackey of the Red Sox. The 22-year old Wacha has been exceptional this MLB postseason. He had just nine regular season starts under his belt before becoming one of the best pitchers in October. The youngster had a great first start at Fenway, allowing only three hits in his six innings. The question for tonight is how well can he do, now that the Sox know what is coming? Be there to find out. Tickets are available through Ticket Monster.
In Lackey’s last start against the Cardinals he went 6 1/3 innings before coming out of the game. He allowed five hits and three earned runs, but also struck out six. Tonight will be the biggest game, possibly in his career. However, Lackey has been there before, and knows what its like for Wacha to face the likes of a hitter like Ortiz. He has had the experience before, the weight of the game on his shoulders.
So will Wacha get rookie nerves and let it affect his game? Or will he overcome the stress and bring his Cardinals to victory tonight and force a game seven? Either way the series will end in Fenway, and I can only imagine the cost of a ticket for a game 7. www.Ticketmonster.com is the best place on the web for MLB tickets and World Series tickets. With no service fees, Ticket Monster offers the best value in baseball tickets around the web. Visit the site today or call 866-217-4777 to buy a game 6 ticket at Fenway Park and be a part of history.