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Philadelphia Phillies Postseason History
Philadelphia is one of the most passionate sports cities in the world, with fans hanging on every pitch, every hit, and every throw for their favorite teams. And those passionate fans have been rewarded by the Philadelphia Phillies on many occasions, with stellar play during the postseason. The Phillies have won multiple championships, with Hall of Fame quality talent leading them to glory in the month of October.
The Phillies won their first World Series by capping off a run of four seasons of advancing to at least the National League Championship Series in five years. Their championship breakthrough came in 1980, when they defeated the Kansas City Royals in six games. League MVP for that season, Mike Schmidt, also won World Series MVP honors, batting .381 with two home runs in the series.
Philly fans also celebrated a championship in 2008, when they defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in five games. The series was memorable for Phillies fans due to the hitting of Chase Utley and Ryan Howard, one of the more powerful duos to ever grace the right side of a Major League infield together. To neutral fans, though, this series was memorable for the rain delay that led to the deciding Game Five being suspended through six innings to be completed the next day, with the Phillies winning and clinching the series after things dried off.
When it comes to postseason rivalries, one of the biggest for the Phillies has to be the Los Angeles Dodgers. The two sides squared off in the National League Championship Series several times from the mid-1970s on, with both teams getting the better of each other at different points in the history of the rivalry. The clashing of those two teams was also interesting given the differences in personality between the cities, with Los Angeles being a glamorous city associated with show business, and Philadelphia being thought of as more of a hard-nosed city, creating a fun contrast both on and off the field.
When Do Phillies Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
When the Phillies clinch a spot in the Major League Baseball postseason, tickets are sure to be on sale. Sometimes tickets will go on sale just before the team clinches, when it looks incredibly likely that they will end up in the postseason. This usually happens in September, but can happen in August during a particularly good regular season for the Phillies or in early October depending on when the regular season comes to an end.
How Much Do Phillies Playoff Tickets Cost?
Tickets for Phillies playoff games can vary in price based on which game is being played, as well as the seats that are being looked at. Seats closer to the action on the field tend to cost more than seats in the upper levels, while seats for late playoff rounds or winner-take-all elimination games tend to cost more than games in the early rounds of the postseason. On average, Phillies playoff tickets cost $241.