2015 MLB Playoffs News and Updates
9/30/15 - This week has been crucial for clubs to secure their places in the competition for a spot in the 2015 MLB Playoffs. In the American League, the Royals, Blue Jays and Rangers have secured their place in the first series. The Astros and Yankees will play in the Oct. 6 Wild Card game for the last spot. The National league will have their Wild Card game on Oct. 7, when the Cubs will play the Pirates. The winner of that match will then go up against the Cardinals in the first round. The Mets and the Dodgers will also square off in the first series in the race for the Pennant.
9/23/15 - Only two teams have clinched their spot in the 2015 MLB Playoffs, and with less than two weeks remaining until crunch time, that means the speculation is in full swing. The next few days are sure to be exciting as baseball’s elite fight to join the St. Louis Cardinals and the Pittsburgh Pirates in the fight for the Pennant. While many are placing bets based solely on standings, others are taking a more daring approach and basing their speculation off of how each team is faring at the present moment. For example, the Chicago Cubs haven’t even been on the radar until the last couple months, and many are predicting that they will win their first World Series since 1908. Be sure to keep your eyes on your favorite team by buying tickets to remaining regular season games!
9/16/15 - It is a close race to the MLB Playoffs, and nobody knows that more than the four teams in the race to the top of the NL central division. The Chicago Cubs, who were once considered nothing more than a long shot for the wildcard spot, now look to be creeping closer to a surefire ticket to the post-season. They made serious headway this week by dominating the Pittsburgh Pirates in their series against them on the road, who up until recently were one of their greatest challengers. There’s still a lot of shuffling that could take place before the playoffs start next month, so it’s still anyone’s prize to claim in several different divisions. Be sure to cheer for your favorite teams as they head into post-season!
9/9/15 - The month of September is finally here and that means that the MLB playoffs are just around the corner. Some of the postseason contenders are already looking pretty clear, as the New York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Kansas City Royals are all poised to take home division wins. Other divisions, however, are less certain. The New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays are in a close battle for the top spot in the AL East right now, and the Houston Astros do not look as solid as they did previously to win the AL West title. The winner of the NL Central division comes down to the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, and Pittsburgh Pirates, but this is unlikely to be determined before October.
9/3/15 - Only five weeks stand between you and the MLB Playoffs, and, if you’re like the rest of the country, you’re already making guesses as to how the postseason will go. While the Royals have the American League Central all but locked down, they will still face heavy competition from the likes of the Astros, Yankees, Rangers and Blue Jays. Each team will certainly be fighting to get the edge they need to make it to the World Series. In Major League Baseball, a lot can happen in a very short amount of time, so teams who may not be considered real contenders could easily turn that around to take it all. The playoffs are scheduled to begin on Oct. 8, just a day after the AL and NL Wild Card games.
10/16/14 - The Giants came from behind for a second night in a row to beat the Cardinals and advance to the World Series. It's San Francisco's third World Series appearance in five years. They'll play at Kansas City on Tuesday and Wednesday before returning home for Game 3 on Friday.
10/15/14 - Kansas City has advanced to its first World Series since 1985, and San Francisco is one win away from joining them. Regardless of who wins the NLCS, the Royals will have home-field advantage in the World Series and host WS Game 1 on 10/21. The Giants play NLCS Game 5 tomorrow night at AT&T Park, and with Madison Bumgarner pitching, hope to eliminate the Cardinals.
10/14/14 - The Royals have a commanding 3-0 lead in the ALCS after tonight's 2-1 win over the Orioles. If Kansas City sweeps tomorrow, they'll be the first team in the 2014 World Series. ALCS Game 4 tickets at Kauffman Stadium start at $191. In the NL, the Giants went up 2-1 in the NLCS series vs St. Louis. Get in tomorrow night with Cardinals vs Giants tickets from $106 at AT&T Park.
10/12/14 - St. Louis evened the NLCS series with the SF Giants at 1-1 on rookie Kolten Wong's walk-off home run in the bottom of the ninth. It was one of four home runs slugged by the Cards tonight. NLCS Game 3 will be Tuesday night in SF. St. Louis could be without star catcher Yadier Molina, who strained his oblique in Game 2. Without Molina during the regular season, the Cardinals were 21-19.
10/11/14 - Kansas City has a decisive 2-0 ALCS lead after its 6-4 win at Baltimore today. The Royals host the Orioles for Game 3 on Monday night. Royals playoff tickets start at $143. The San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals play Game 1 of the NLCS tonight. It'll be the fifth straight year that either the Giants or Cardinals will represent the National League in the World Series.
10/10/14 - It's Game 1 of the 2014 ALCS tonight at Camden Yards with James Shields (14-8) on the mound for the Royals vs Chris Tillman of the Orioles (13-6). Seven of eight ESPN baseball experts pick Baltimore to win the series in six or seven games. Last minute Orioles ALCS tickets start at $76 tonight, down 50% from earlier in the week.
10/7/14 - Joe Panik scored the winning run for the Giants on a wild pitch in the 7th inning. San Francisco advances to the 2014 NLCS, starting Saturday in St. Louis. In 2012, the Cardinals and Giants played in the National League Championship Series, with SF winning in seven games. NLCS Game 1 tickets start at $87.
10/7/14 - St. Louis advances to its fourth straight NLCS. Matt Adams' 3-run home run in the bottom of the 7th proved to be the difference in the Cardinals 3-2 win over Kershaw and the Dodgers. St. Louis will meet the winner of the Giants/Nationals series. They'll have home-field advantage if it's the Giants.
10/7/14 - Washington avoided elimination, beating the Giants 4-1 in Game 3 after Bumgarner's throwing error in the 7th inning. Gio Gonzalez will be on the mound for the Nationals against Ryan Vogelsong in Game 4. Last minute Giants tickets start at $63 for tonight's game at AT&T Park. In the other NLDS game, Kolten Wong's 2-run home run in the 7th inning lifted the Cardinals over the Dodgers. With LA down 2-1 in the series, Clayton Kershaw will try to even it up in St. Louis today and send it back to Dodger Stadium for a decisive Game 5. Dodgers vs Cardinals tickets this afternoon range in price from $41-$335.
10/6/14 - San Francisco looks to sweep the Nationals in Game 3 of the NLDS this afternoon at AT&T Park. With Bumgarner on the mound, there's a good chance they'll do it. Last minute Nationals vs SF Giants tickets start at $77. Following the Giants game, St. Louis and Los Angeles take the field at Busch Stadium tonight, where each looks to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-5 series. Find Dodgers vs Cardinals ticket deals from $39 today.
10/5/14 - It only took Baltimore and Kansas City three games each to advance to the 2014 ALCS. Nelson Cruz's 6th-inning home run powered the Orioles over Detroit 2-1, while Eric Hosmer and the Royals overwhelmed the Angels 8-3. After the ALDS sweeps, Baltimore has home-field advantage in the American League Championship Series, beginning October 10th at Camden Yards. Royals vs Orioles ALCS tickets start at $152 in Baltimore and $255 in KC.
10/2/14 - Baltimore and Kansas City both opened the 2014 ALDS with wins. While the Orioles pounded Detroit 12-3 at Camden Yards, the Royals found October magic in extra innings to steal Game 1 from the Angels. Both series play Game 2 on Friday. Also on Friday, the NLDS starts in Los Angeles and Washington. Find Giants vs Nationals tickets from $39; deals on Cardinals vs Dodgers last minute eTickets from $24.
10/1/14 - Brandon Crawford's 4th inning grand slam and Madison Bumgarner's shutout powered the SF Giants 8-0 total domination of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL Wild Card game tonight. San Francisco travels to Washington on Friday for Game 1 of the NLDS at Nationals Park. After winning eight of ten to finish the regular season, the Nats own the best record in the National League and home-field advantage throughout the NL postseason. Giants vs Nationals playoff tickets start at $59 for NLDS Game 1 and $86 for Game 2.
9/30/14 - It took 12 innings, but the Kansas City Royals, who haven't been to the MLB playoffs in 29 years, beat the Oakland A's 9-8 in the AL Wild Card game. Salvador Perez singled home the winning run at Kauffman Stadium. Kansas City opens the American League Division Series in Anaheim on Thursday night at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Royals vs Angels tickets for ALDS Game 1 start at $39. Get-in price for Game 3 in KC on Sunday is $109.
9/9/14 - We’re heading into the final stretch of regular season MLB, and the dramatic playoff race has caught fire. The American League is led by the Baltimore Orioles and Los Angeles Angels, who have effectively pulled away from Oakland, and are galloping towards the postseason. Divisions like the AL Central, on the other hand, looked primed for a photo finish. The Detroit Tigers have moved within one game of the Kansas City Royals for the top spot, and they’ll both have to watch out for spoiler teams looking to thwart postseason plans. In the National League, Washington, St. Louis and the Los Angeles Dodgers are in control. These teams will have to watch their backs, with contention stirring as the Giants move within 2.5 games of LA, while the Pirates are attempting to get a leg-up on the fading Brewers for the NL’s final slot. If you can’t get enough of this nail-biting regular season action, just wait until postseason rolls around—score your MLB Playoff tickets today and get ready to play ball with the best!
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