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Houston Astros Postseason History

The Houston Astros have spent time in both the American League and National League, and have had plenty of memorable playoff memories in both. With both Hall of Fame players and the young stars of their generation wearing Astros uniforms in October, the team has won both the American and National League pennants during their history, something that most teams in the history of the league haven’t had the chance to achieve.

Having been in both leagues, the Astros have had no shortage of rivalries during their postseason history. In the National League, the Astros had heated competition with their NL Central rivals in St. Louis, the St. Louis Cardinals. In the American League, the Astros and New York Yankees have played plenty of high-stakes games, including a win in the one-game Wild Card round and win over them in the 2017 American League Championship Series.

The Astros took that 2017 American League championship and rode it to a dramatic, seven-game World Series win over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Both teams brought their best offenses in that series, with high-scoring games and extra inning drama persisting throughout the series. The series had two extra-inning games, including a 13-12 win for the Astros in Game Five. Game seven was slightly less dramatic in the best possible way for Astros fans, as Houston won the game and the championship by a 5-1 margin in Dodger Stadium.

Houston’s National League pennant came in 2005, where the Astros earned the honor of hosting the first World Series action in the state of Texas. They defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series, in a memorable series where Houston constantly overcame the Cardinals’ Albert Pujols, who seemed to always deliver in big spots, while the Astros got the better of St. Louis overall.

That 2005 postseason run was started with one of the wilder games in postseason history, when the Astros defeated the Atlanta Braves 7-6 in 18 innings. In that game, Roger Clemens pitched three shutout innings in relief, and Chris Burke became the most unlikely of heroes with a walk-off home run to left field. The game was the perfect tone setter for an incredible run to the World Series.

Many players have had incredible postseasons for the Astros, with Carlos Beltran’s run in the 2004 postseason topping the list. Beltran had 20 hits in his 46 at-bats in the playoffs, with eight home runs in the team’s two playoff series, in a performance that may never be duplicated over multiple playoff series.

Frequently Asked Questions About Houston Astros Playoff Tickets and Event Information

When do Houston Astros playoff tickets go on sale?

Astros playoff tickets usually go on sale when the team clinches a playoff spot, or is close to that point. In many cases this will happen in September, or even early October, but could happen earlier based on the team’s performance throughout the regular season.

How much are Houston Astros playoff tickets?

Astros playoff ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Astros playoff tickets can be found for as low as $144.00, with an average price of $224.00.

How to get cheap Houston Astros playoff tickets?

If you’re looking for cheap Astros playoff tickets, tickets can be found for as low as $144.00. Additionally, once you click on your preferred event date, use the “sort by price” button located in the top left hand corner of the event page to sort all available Astros playoff tickets by cheapest tickets available.

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