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Baseball fans, you’ve got a ticket in the door this postseason with Razorgator! Score your 2017 World Series tickets today.

World Series Tickets Worry-Free Guarantee
With our Worry-Free Guarantee, you can claim your seats with confidence—we’ll issue a full refund on your ticket price (less shipping) for any game not played due to elimination. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this once-in-a-lifetime sporting event !

What happens if my World Series game is postponed or not played?
If your World Series game is postponed due to the weather (i.e., rained out), your World Series tickets will still be good for the date that game is made up. If your game is not played due to elimination (i.e., the World Series ends in six games but you have Game 7 tickets), you'll receive a refund.

What World Series game(s) should I buy tickets for?
If you want to see a World Series game live, we recommend buying one of the first 4 games as they're guaranteed to be played. But don't worry if you'd rather go to games 5,6 or 7. You'll receive a refund if the game isn't played.

When will my team play at home in the World Series?
The World Series is a 2-3-2 format, with the team having home field advantage hosting games 1,2,6 & 7.

2017 World Series Schedule & Home Field Advantage

Game 1 of the best-of-seven 2017 World Series will be Los Angeles Dodgers and the complete 2017 World Series schedule is as follows:

Game 1 - Astros at Dodgers Tickets
Game 2 - Astros at Dodgers Tickets
Game 3 - Dodgers at Astros Tickets
Game 4 - Dodgers at Astros Tickets
Game 5 - Dodgers at Astros Tickets
Game 6 - Astros at Dodgers Tickets
Game 7 - Astros at Dodgers Tickets

Starting in 2017 the team with the best record will have home-field advantage for the World Series. Prior to this season the team from the league that won the All-Star Game had home-field. The change this year was agreed upon by both players and owners when the collective bargaining agreement was revised in December.

World Series History & Greatest Moments

The World Series has a rich tradition, featuring some of the most talented athletes and dramatic competitions in all of pro sports. For over 100 years, baseball’s best have fought for the right to claim the title of World Champion, resulting in scores of memorable moments:
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1956 World Series, Game 5: New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
To date, only one pitcher has ever thrown a perfect game in the World Series: Dan Larsen. The righty lifted the Yankees to their third straight win in the best-of-seven series, one which New York would eventually go on to win on the road in Game 7. Larsen was named Series MVP in recognition of his still-unmatched feat.

1960 World Series, Game 7: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. New York Yankees
Thirty-three years in the making, Pittsburgh returned to the World Series to face off with Mickey Mantle’s powerhouse Yankees. Down 7-4 in the bottom of the eighth in Game 7, Pittsburgh scored five times to take a two-run lead. The Bronx Bombers managed to tie it in the top of the ninth, but second basemen Bill Mazeroski had the final say with a dinger over the left field wall. He became the first player to hit a walk-off homer in a WS Game 7, handing the Bucs their first championship in 35 seasons.

1986 World Series, Game 6: Boston Red Sox vs. New York Mets (10 innings)
Whispers of the so-called “Curse of the Bambino” were perhaps never louder than in ’86, when the ball rolled through the wickets of Bill Buckner at first and allowed the Mets to complete an improbable comeback win. The Sox made a risky move, pulling starter Roger Clemens (who’d allowed just one earned run in seven frames) to insert a pinch hitter in hopes of adding to a 3-2 lead. The Mets made them pay, striking out PH Mike Greenwell before sparking their game-winning rally later that same inning. They would go on to win the World Series in seven games.

1991 World Series, Game 7: Minnesota Twins vs. Atlanta Braves (10 innings)
Jack Morris put together one of the all-time pitching performances in ’91, spreading 11 hits and just three earned runs across 13-plus innings pitched in Games 1 and 4 of the World Series. He took the ball in Game 7, firing 10 scoreless innings en route to Minnesota’s second WS title in five years. Gene Larkin drove in the decisive run with a bases-loaded pinch hit, capping one of the most thrilling Fall Classics in memory.

2002 World Series, Game 6: San Francisco Giants vs. Anaheim Angels
It was a year of firsts in 2002, as the Angels (prior to the L.A. name change) secured their first franchise Wild Card berth. They took an improbable rout to their first World Series, meeting up with the Giants in baseball’s first-ever matchup of Wild Card teams in the Fall Classic. With a shocking six-run rally in Game 6, the Angels overcame a 5-0 seventh-inning deficit to set up a decisive Game 7 on their home field. Behind a strong start from then-rookie John Lackey, Anaheim prevailed 4-1 for their first and only World Series Title.

2011 World Series, Game 6: Texas Rangers vs. St Louis Cardinals (11 innings)
Down two in the bottom of the ninth and facing elimination, the Cards were in dire straits. Enter David Freese, who promptly ripped a triple to bring home Albert Pujols and Lance Berkman, tying the game. The action would continue into the 11th inning, when who would step to the plate for St. Louis once again but David Freese. The third baseman wasted no time sending the game winner over the fence to force a seventh game, where the Cards would take series and their 11th World Championship.

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