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A sparkling pitching performance by Derek “The Dutch Oven” Holland of the Texas Rangers in Game 4 of the 2011 World Series guaranteed one thing: the St. Louis Cardinals will be hosting at least one game at home in Busch Stadium. Monday night’s Game 5 at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington will get one team within a single victory of the championship. Will the Cardinals return home with two chances to clinch it, or can the Rangers hit the road on last time needing just one win for the franchise’s first title?

World Series Tickets

Thursday Oct 27 7:05 PM World Series: Texas Rangers at St Louis Cardinals - World Series Game 7 (If Necessary) Busch Stadium 700 Clark Avenue 63102 US Saint Louis, MO
Wednesday Oct 26 7:05 PM World Series: Texas Rangers at St Louis Cardinals - World Series Game 6 (If Necessary) Busch Stadium 700 Clark Avenue 63102 US Saint Louis, MO
Monday Oct 24 7:05 PM World Series: St Louis Cardinals at Texas Rangers - World Series Game 5 (If Necessary) Rangers Ballpark in Arlington 1000 Ballpark Way 76011 US Arlington, TX

A Quick Look at Game 5

World Series Game 5 will be a rematch on the mound of the Game 1 starters – Chris Carpenter for the Cardinals and CJ Wilson for the Rangers. Can either lineup do more damage than they did during the low-scoring affair that kicked off the series (a 3-2 win for St. Louis), or will Carpenter further cement his postseason as a great one while Wilson attempts to make a favorable impression on the impending free agent market?

As we noted earlier, demand and prices for Rangers home games in this season’s World Series has been lower than last year’s, but you’ll still be paying quite a bit for World Series Game 5 Tickets just to get in the door. There will be a lot of drama during the last home game of the season for Texas, but the 2011 World Series cannot be decided until they return to St. Louis on Wednesday.

Back to St. Louis

World Series Game 6 Seating ChartA pitching repeat will also be in order for World Series Game 6, as Colby Lewis will go for the Rangers against Cardinals lefty Jaime Garcia. Neither pitcher earned a victory in their Game 2 duel, as relievers were credited on both ends of the decision after Texas stage a two-run ninth inning comeback to even the series (the first time). How will pitchers and hitters adjust to each other as well as the change back to cooler weather? St. Louis is forecasted to have game time temperatures in the 40s (compared to 80 degree readings for first pitches in Arlington) and a big chance of rain. Will the last game (or two) of the Series be further changed if the game is postponed, giving another day of rest for Game 4 and 5 starters if either manager is interested in starting them?

Cardinals World Series tickets have been both popular and pricey as fans have tried to witness the team’s road toward an eleventh world championship first-hand. Now that at least one (if necessary) game has been guaranteed, expect a number of late committals show a willingness to pay top dollar to see their team win the World Series live and in living color. If the Game 5 loser manages to even the series in Game 6, expect the final and deciding Game 7 to be a hard – and expensive – ticket to fetch.

World Series Game 6 Tickets and Deals

World Series Game 6 Cheap SeatsBut let’s focus on what we know: World Series Game 6 Tickets are no longer a gamble on the secondary market – there will be a game to go see and plenty of red-clad fans with whom to cheer. Will there be another nail-biting game to the last out, or will a slugger like Albert Pujols put on a Game 3-like show back in St. Louis? Take a look around SeatGeek for some starting points in searching for 2011 World Series Game 6 Tickets and Deals.

  • The cheapest prices, as expected, can be found for Standing Room Only (SRO) tickets, the best price is $302, while the second-best offer jumps $27 (9 percent!) to $329.
  • If the game’s just not the same for you with a seat, the cheapest seats for World Series Game 6 are currently at $381 (section 435 in the right field corner and 448 high above home plate on the first base side). That’s a 26% jump for a seat compared to that lowest SRO option.
  • The best Deal Scores at Busch Stadium are often found in the Scoreboard Patio section in deep centerfield, a family-oriented space with room for 240 fans. Game 6 Ticket Prices for this section are currently available for as low as $486 each, though you’re still getting a relatively good deal for as much as $533.
  • If money is no object when it comes to your team’s championship run, section 155 (third base line between home and the visitor’s dugout) can cost up to $3,424 a ticket. But don’t fret if you’re a little short(er) on cash – you can get into that section for a mere $1,202. Pittance, right?

World Series Game 6 Ticket Prices may see another demand shift once Game 5 is decided and fans know which team is only one game away from victory. Don’t miss your chance to score a ticket – if not a seat – while the getting is good. Contact us with questions on Twitter @SeatGeek or by writing chad@seatgeek.com. Enjoy the World Series!