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MLB Tickets – The 2014 American League Preview
Of course any preview of Major League Baseball tickets has to begin with the American League east. Not just because the New York Yankees reside within the division, but because the AL East provides perhaps the most consistent performances and at the same time the most turmoil of any division. In the 2014 season the turmoil will come from the Boston Red Sox grabbing the momentum in the offseason, outdoing the Yankees in the free agent market and establishing themselves as the frontrunners long before 2014 MLB tickets hit the box office. Along with the Tampa Bay Rays, Boston is set to challenge the Yankees for dominance in the American League.
Moving on to the AL Central, where pundits call for the White Sox to lead the way, things are a little murkier. The Cleveland Indians could surprise in this division as Manny Acta revamps the Cleveland roster. Even the Detroit Tigers show signs of improvement, with a solid offensive lineup and a strong bullpen. Both will make things tough for the Chicago White Sox, and fans wanting great baseball tickets would do well to be there when these division rivals meet head to head.
Out West the American League will be well represented by the Texas Rangers, coming off their best season in franchise history. Cliff lee might be gone, but the rest of the Rangers remain intact. MLB tickets could spring a surprise though, if the LA Angels can find some offense. It remains to be seen if the Athletics can score runs, but their pitching could keep them competitive and in the race for a Wild Card spot.
MLB Tickets – The National League Preview
National League fans know that the team to beat on that side of Major League Baseball is the Philadelphia Phillies. At least for now. MLB tickets have a way of throwing out old heroes, and making new ones along the way. But for now we’re calling the Phillies and the Atlanta Braves the two best teams in the NL East. The Marlins, Mets, and Nationals will be left to work things out amongst themselves.
In the crowded NL central, things are a little more intriguing. The Cincinnati Reds are young and improving. The St. Louis Cardinals need only live up to their potential to make this a one horse race, but counting out the Milwaukee Brewers, who field a bevy of top hitters, would be a mistake. Can the Chicago Cubs slough off the doldrums and challenge in the division or will they continue to underachieve? Time will tell.
Finally, MLB ticket holders well remember the San Francisco Giants run to the top. The challenge here is to repeat the magic when everyone knows you’re coming. The Dodgers and Rockies now have a target, and we expect this NL West battle to come down to the wire, making MLB tickets on the West Coast very precious as the fall approaches.
2011 MLB Tickets – Plenty to Offer
2011 MLB tickets will be serving up plenty of old school baseball. The main course will offer some mainstay teams like the Yankees and Red Sox. But there will also be a few new creations, the product of timely drafting, solid farm clubs, and wise use of the free agent market. Somewhere out there is an MLB club that will sneak up and hit the baseball crowd on the head. Somewhere out there is a playoff team nobody saw coming. When it comes right down to it, that’s why we love Major league Baseball tickets. It’s the unexpected and the familiar rolled into one. So forget sitting on the couch this summer. Get your MLB tickets from Frontrow.com and be there when the boys of summer serve up our favorite dish.
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Adam Dunn set to retire
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