Top 5 MLB Tickets Of The Week (5/27)

May 27, 2014

The Brewers will see the cheapest top game of the week when they play the Orioles at Miller Park Monday. The Mets, Cardinals, Yankees and Red Sox will also host this week’s top games.

5/26 Orioles vs Brewers | Avg. Price: $92.62 | Get-in: $46

The red-hot Brewers host the Orioles on Monday afternoon. The average price for Monday Orioles vs Brewers tickets is $92.62, up 12% on the secondary market. Monday’s game will have a get-in price of $46.

Chris Tillman will get the nod for the Orioles and will face the Brewers’ Kyle Lohse. Tillman has gone 4-2 over 10 starts this year while Lohse has been impressive, going 6-1 with a 2.92 ERA over 10 starts.

5/26 Pirates vs Mets | Avg. Price: $100.65 | Get-in: $43

The struggling Mets will open a three-game series against the Pirates at Citi Field Monday afternoon. New York has gone just 22-27 over their first 49 games and will hand the ball to rookie Jacob deGrom on Monday. The average price for Monday Pirates vs Mets tickets is $100.65, up 65% on the secondary market. Get-in price is $43.

5/26 Yankees vs Cardinals | Avg. Price: $176.26 | Get-in: $48

The Yankees travel to St. Louis Monday when they play the first of three games against the Cardinals. The St Louis Cardinals will also be celebrating their 1964 World Series Championship by giving away a replica World Series ring to all fans in attendance. The average price for Monday Yankees vs Cardinals tickets is $176.26, up 25%, with a get-in price of $48.

5/31 Twins vs Yankees | Avg. Price: $107.77 | Get-in: $16

After a three-game series in St. Louis, the New York Yankees will travel back to the Bronx to host the Twins for three games. The average price for Tuesday Twins vs Yankees tickets is $107.77 with a get-in price of just $16, the lowest face value price of all top games this week.

6/1 Rays vs Red Sox | Avg. Price: $141.96 | Get-in: $36

The Red Sox will welcome the Rays for three games this weekend. The average price for Sunday Rays vs Red Sox tickets is $141.96 with a get-in price of $36. The Red Sox have struggled this season, going just 21-29 over their first 50 games. The Rays haven’t played much better, posting a 23-28 record.