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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 18 June 2010 15:21

Stephen Strasburg

Interest for Stephen Strasburg’s third start, and second at Nationals Park, remains high, but not nearly at the white-hot pace it was for his debut.

According to ticket reseller and research firm SeatGeek.com, tickets for tonight’s game at Nationals Park against the White Sox in interleague is transacting at $56.26, or just over half as much as the $103.28 that was the average sale price on the resale market for his debut.

The $56.26 resale average for tonight’s game is up 9 percent from the average transacted resale price of $51.46 for home games at Nationals Park this season.

Click on the images below to see details of Season Average vs. Strasburg Starts at Nationals Park, and Recent Home Games vs. Strasburg Starts

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Strasburg Starts vs. Nationals Season Avg.
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Strasburg Starts vs. Recent Games
Strasburg Starts vs. Recent Nats Games.
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  • See The Strasburg Tracker for addtional details over the course of tonight's game as it will be updated live.

NOTE: Those looking for updates on Strasburg in-between games can check The Strasburg Tracker by looking under "Resources" to the left.


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