Mlb Tickets Will Be Available For Five More Games Tigers Will Win World Series

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Chances are that if you’re a Tigers fan, you’ve been thinking that MLB tickets would still be available at this point. If you live in or root for St. Louis, the fact that the Cardinals are still alive may be a bit of a surprise. What’s no surprise, however, is that the World Series is off to a competitive start, tied at a game apiece, and it’s beginning to look like it’s going the full seven. A breakdown of what to expect will explain why this could shape up to be one of the all-time fall classics.


Each team’s “ace” has been identified, but both the Tigers and Cardinals have been getting unexpected results from their other starting pitchers throughout the postseason. Kenny Rogers stoned the Cardinals in game two, and Chris Carpenter takes the mound in game three. Each of them should win their starts, which basically gives each team a win and sets up a potentially dramatic game seven if they face each other in the deciding game.

The Cardinals have been getting great performances from the likes of Jeff Suppan, who was scorned in Boston, and the Tigers have gotten quite a bit of mileage from Jeremy Bonderman. Neither is seen as a “stopper,” but both have been nearly untouchable in crucial stretches.


When’s the last time the managers were catching the attention of general fans in a World Series? Managers don’t normally move MLB tickets on their own, but Tony La Russa and Jim Leyland are both masters of their craft, and watching them match wits has already been a pleasure in the first two games.

Neither of them is perfect, but neither ever needs to learn a lesson more than once. For instance, it’s a good bet that the Tigers won’t be pitching to Albert Pujols any more if first base is open, as they learned the hard way in game one. On the other side of the diamond, it’s already apparent that the Cardinals have figured out that the Tigers have been concentrating on plate patience, which is why so many first-pitch fastballs over the plate are beginning to appear.

It’s these subtleties that make this match up so intriguing, and also why neither team is going to run away and hide with the series before either Leyland or La Russa makes the adjustments to keep everything close.


Neither team is one of those “on a ridiculous roll” teams that we’ve seen sweep through the series in the recent past, including the Boston Red Sox in 2004 and the Chicago White Sox last year. These are evenly-matched teams, both of whom struggled badly down the stretch and both of whom nearly choked away their spots in the postseason.

They’re not feeling lucky to be here, but they’re not feeling invincible, either, and given that competitive edge along with good pitching and top-notch game management and preparation, this World Series is going to go the distance.

However, MLB tickets in Detroit are going to take on historical value in a few days, as the Tigers will win it in seven games.

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