Major League Baseball Tickets
Major League Baseball, MLB, is jam-packed full of talented players, teams, coaches, and managers. These teams contain some of the best baseball players in the entire world.
With many teams rebuilding and restructuring, there's no telling who may come out on top in the 2015 MLB season. Every year, the race to the playoffs, and ultimately the World Series, has fans on the edge of their seats.
There's something about attending an MLB game live, once the players take the field, and that first pitch is thrown, it's game time! There's nothing like being at a baseball stadium, singing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," experiencing the 7th-inning stretch, and cheering on your favorite baseball team!
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So this spring, summer or fall, grab a ticket, get a Front Row Seat to watch your favorite MLB team live! 2015 MLB tickets are on sale now. Whether you're heading down to Wrigley Field, The Great American Ball Park, Turner Field or Nationals Park, you're sure to have an experience you'll never forget!
How Much Does Seeing An MLB Game Cost?
In 2013, the average ticket price for an MLB game was $27, with a premium game costing an average of $80. The Boston Red Sox came in first with tickets prices averaging around $53. Average beer price was $8.08 and hot dogs came in at $4.14! Don’t pay too much for tickets, choose Front Row Seats for all your MLB ticket needs for the 2015 season! Many of our tickets come with club access, in-seat service, and discount concessions!
A History of Major League Baseball
America’s Pastime was first-played in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1846. The game was based off the English game rounders. Now baseball is American as apple pie. In 1869, the Major League Baseball organization was founded and is America’s first professional sports league. Similarly, the Atlanta Braves, known as America’s team, are the longest-operating franchise. Hockey has the Stanley Cup, football has the Super Bowl, yet baseball may host the most admired championship, with the World Series.
Knowing the Facts
Major League Baseball is one America’s oldest and most popular professional sports league. If you consider yourself to be a hardcore fan of baseball, check out the following interesting facts to see just how knowledgeable you are of America’s favorite pastime!
- The MLB is split into two different competitive leagues, the American and National leagues.
- The concept of the Designated Hitter (DH) is an American League position that is only responsible for stepping up to the plate, not actually playing defense in the field.
- William Howard Taft, the 27th president of the U.S., set the precedent for throwing out the ceremonial first pitch back in 1910. This tradition has since been passed down from each and every President of the United States, including Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama.
- The record number of world championships is 27, held by the New York Yankees, although they also command the record for most World Series losses.
- Mike Trout (Los Angeles Angels) was 2014’s AL Most Valuable Player.
- Clayton Kershaw (Los Angeles Dodgers) was 2014’s NL Most Valuable Player.
- The Cincinnati Red Stockings (now the Reds) stands as the oldest team within Major League Baseball, as they were founded in 1869.
- There are actually over 108 unique stiches in every professional baseball.
- The physical distance from the home plate to the pitcher’s mound is 60 feet and 6 inches.
- There is 90 feet in between each base.
Top Five Moments From The 2015 Season
- The Kansas City Royals won their first World Series in 30 years, mostly due to the fact that they scored a postseason-record 51 runs after the seventh inning stretch. This level of production crushed all previous records, with the most recent coming from The Anaheim Angels in 2002.
- The Chicago Cubs earned a new postseason-record of six home runs in Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. Not only was the team able to successfully set the single-game postseason home run record, but five of the six home runs came from players who were 26 years old or younger.
This statistic make the team just the third in history for both the postseason or regular season -- to have five players below the age of 26 years old hit a homer in the same game.
- The actual percentage of pitches thrown at 95 mph or higher significantly rose to 9.1 percent in 2015. In order to understand the gravity of this accomplishment, you have to understand that the percentage of 95-mph pitches had actually dropped somewhere between 4.8-6.9 percent over the last seven years.
The Mets played a significant role in raising the base on this feat, commanding the highest percentage of 95-plus-mph pitches, at 22.1 percent.
The lowest percentage of 95-mph pitches belonged to the Oakland A's.
- The Houston Astros slugger Evan Gattis completed the year with a whopping 11 unique triples. That alone is a fantastic record, considering he had only one triple in 213 career games before entering last season.
This accomplishment is even more surprising when considering that, despite dishing out 11 triples, Grattis did not steal a single base. In fact, Gattis was the first player since Dale Long in 1955 to record at least 11 triples and zero stolen bases in the same seasonGattis records 11 triples in '15
- The San Diego Padres starter Andrew Cashner made history on June 1 against the New York Mets, becaming the first pitcher to record both double-digit strikeouts and hits allowed in fewer than five innings pitched.
America’s passion for baseball goes back as far as 1791. The first competitive game was played in Hoboken, New Jersey in 1846. The game was based off the English game rounders.
The Atlanta Braves, established in 1871, are the longest-operating franchise in baseball.
The National League was established in 1876 and the American League in 1901. The two leagues merged in 1903 to form Major League Baseball.
Baseball became America’s Pastime during the 1920s as new ballparks were built, big city newspapers began printing sport pages and radio stations began broadcasting games. 1939 marked the year baseball games were broadcast on television. Today, millions watch baseball on television regularly.
Still, there's something special about attending a Major League Baseball (MLB) game live and in-person. Once the players take the field, and that first pitch is thrown, it's game time!
There's nothing like being at a baseball stadium, singing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," experiencing the 7th-inning stretch, and cheering on your favorite baseball team! You can’t experience the sights, sounds and smells of the grass and concessions through your high-definition television.
Major League Baseball is jam-packed full of talented players, teams, coaches, and managers. These teams contain some of the best baseball players in the entire world. Atlanta baseball tickets are keys to the field of dreams where legends are made.
With many teams rebuilding and restructuring, there's no telling who may come out on top in the at the end of the season. Every year, the pennant chase, and ultimately the World Series, has fans on the edge of their seats.
Hockey has the Stanley Cup, football has the Super Bowl, basketball has the Finals, yet baseball may host the most admired championship, with the World Series. The Atlanta Braves, also know as America’s team, have won three World Series Championships.
So this spring, summer or fall, grab some MLB tickets and get a Front Row Seat to watch your favorite MLB team live! MLB tickets from Front Row Seats are on sale now. Whether you're heading down to Turner Field, Wrigley Field, the Great American Ball Park, or Nationals Park, you're sure to have an experience you'll never forget!
Visiting a Major League Baseball stadium is an exciting family experience that goes beyond watching the game. Families enjoy seeing memorabilia, shopping at the team’s store and eating delicious food at dozens of concession stands. For many parents, a baseball game is still a rite of passage and a shared memory. With millions of kids getting into the game through Little League and even more adults who have been lifelong fans, baseball tickets make a great gift for people of all ages.
Are you planning to entertain business clients in cities with MLB baseball teams? Chicago? Boston? New York? Los Angeles? San Francisco? Detroit? With 162 games and 30 teams, MLB offers over 2400 opportunities to seal the deal at regular season baseball games all around the United States.
Best Prices for MLB Baseball Tickets
Front Row Seats is your connection for all Major League Baseball tickets. Whether you're looking for spring training tickets, regular season MLB tickets, playoff tickets, or even World Series tickets, Front Row Seats has you covered!
In 2015, the average ticket price for an MLB ticket is $29. The Boston Red Sox lead prices with tickets averaging around $53. Atlanta baseball tickets average $19.14
Don’t pay too much for MLB tickets. Choose Front Row Seats for all your MLB ticket needs this season! Front Row Seats offers the best seats at the most affordable prices. Many of our MLB tickets come with club access, in-seat service, and discount concessions! Don’t forget your parking passes.
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