2017 MLB News

Fans of the Cubs are reeling with excitement after their team managed back-to-back comeback wins over the Brewers this week. That puts Chicago at 8-7 so far in the season and in the No. 2 spot behind Cincinnati, who are 9-6. The Reds lost this week to the Orioles, but Amir Garrett’s impressive performance overshadowed the loss. Striking out twelve batters in six innings, Garrett tied the MLB record for strikeouts in one game by a rookie lefty. In the American League, the Yankees and the Astros were the first to hit ten wins in 2017, keeping them in competition for top spots in the AL East and AL West, respectively. As always, there’s a lot to pay attention to this week in the MLB—we have great tickets on sale now.
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It’s too early to know which teams will be still be playing when October comes around, but it’s very clear that this MLB season will feature plenty of good baseball. The New York Mets are constantly entertaining, with some of the league’s best pitching and a slew of batters who can absolutely mash. The Astros are back in 2015 form and the Chicago Cubs look like a team that isn’t going to be satisfied with just one World Series title. The season is less than two weeks old, but that just means every team is still in contention for a playoff spot. The parks are open and the weather’s getting nice, so get your MLB tickets today!

With the baseball season finally underway, fans across the nation are having a blast watching meaningful games and getting back to the ballpark. With the Cubs curse broken, it’s time for a new team to step up and make history. Plenty of clubs have the talent to get it done, and there are a lot of young teams that could make waves this season. The Houston Astros seem like a team that’s ready to put a disappointing 2016 in the rearview mirror, while the Indians are off to a hot start as Cleveland looks to get back to the World Series. Few things are better than baseball in the spring, so get your tickets on Razorgator today!

The 2017 MLB season is just around the corner, with opening day only days away. As fans await the action of the new season, experts are already making very early predictions for which team they see making it to the World Series in the fall. Some expect the Cubs to make it all the way for a second year, but others vote for the Astros or the Nationals to go all the way. The Dodgers might also have a chance to make it to the World Series in 2017. You can already get your tickets to catch all the action of the season as the teams compete with one another to see who will really make it all the way to the World Series.

For sports fans, the end of winter is official once Spring Training begins, not when the cold weather ends. With teams participating in camps across the country, coaches and managers are trying to whip their players into shape for the upcoming 160-game season. Many players recently participated in the World Baseball Classic, which ended in an 8-0 finish for U.S.A. over Puerto Rico thanks to a strong performance from pitcher Marcus Stroman. Opening Day is on April 2, and up first on the schedule is the Yankees in Tampa Bay, the Giants in Arizona, and the Cubs in St. Louis. We are your source for tickets to see all your favorite MLB teams play this season—get great seats when you purchase today!

Baseball fans are finally coming out of hibernation with the start of the MLB season on the horizon. Pitchers and catchers have long since reported and the preseason games are underway. With so many free agents swapping teams and young rookies being called up, these early days of spring are an amazing time for baseball fans who are trying to guess how their teams will fare in the 2017 season. The World Baseball Classic is currently underway, giving the players a chance to get tuned up for the long season ahead. There are only a couple weeks left before opening day, so now is the time to look at your calendar and start planning which days you’ll be spending at the park!
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