With the NCAA Baseball Regionals ending yesterday in dramatic fashion, we look forward to the College World Series, beginning on June 15. After requiring late game heroics to advance past Florida Atlantic, tournament top-seed North Carolina became the final team to reach the Super Regionals. Favorites fared well in the first weekend of the tournament, with 14 of 16 regional hosts reaching the next round. Second seeded Oklahoma and Rice were the only teams to knock off their regional number one seed.
This year will mark just the third year for the College World Series in the new TD Ameritrade Park after being played at Rosenblatt Stadium, also in Omaha, since 1950. When the stadium opened in 2001, many were concerned about moving the World Series from its historical home to a new, corporate ballpark. While some Rosenblatt traditions such as tailgating are no longer prevalent, new and improved amenities at TD Ameritrade have made for a cleaner viewing experience. The average price for a single game at the 2013 World Series is $111. More pricing information after the jump.
The most expensive World Series game is on the opening Saturday, June 15 at 8:00pm with an average price of $148. The least expensive game is at 4:00pm on Monday, June 17 with an average price of $81. All sessions tickets are also available at an average price of $1877, which is a savings of about $23 from buying each game individually. See the average price for each College World Series game below.
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