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Ticket & Attendance Watch
Written by Maury Brown   
Sunday, 17 October 2010 22:25

Texas RangersWith the Rangers knotting up the ALCS at a game a piece against the New York Yankees, fan interest in tickets for possibly the first World Series in Texas Rangers history is a fevered pitch.

As of 4 p.m. CDT today when the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington ticket windows and phone sales closed for the day, all reserved seats and most other ticket inventory have been sold for all three possible 2010 World Series Games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

The Rangers first potential home game, Game 3 on Saturday, October 30 is a complete sellout. Less than 50 obstructed view tickets remain for the Rangers second potential home game, Game 4 on Sunday, October 31. Less than 500 obstructed view and standing room tickets remain for the Rangers third potential home game, Game 5 (if necessary) on Monday, November 1.

There are less than 2000 obstructed view seats and standing room tickets remaining for a potential Game 6 of the 2010 ALCS versus the New York Yankees, which would take place on Friday, October 22 at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (7:07 p.m. CDT).

There are less than 2500 reserved seats, obstructed view seats and standing room tickets remaining for a potential Game 7 of the 2010 ALCS versus the New York Yankees, which would take place on Saturday, October 23 at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington (7:07 p.m. CDT).


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