The World Series is Here

February 8, 2011

Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) October 23, 2008

The World Series begins on Wednesday with the Rays and the Phillies fighting it out for the history books. To see history made in person, get your World Series baseball tickets at

The Tampa Bay Rays are the surprise champions of the ALCS. Never before has a team gone from the worst record in its league one year to winning a World Series championship the next. They were a preseason 200-1 shot to make it all the way to a World Series win. Will it happen?

Not far behind, the Phillies have only one World Series title – going back to 1980. It’s been a 28-year drought that they would like to put to an end.

Aside from having division championships in common, there are a lot of differences between the teams that should make the series that much more interesting.

Why else should you get baseball tickets to the game from The managers – no two are less alike. Joe Maddon of the Rays and Charlie Manuel of the Phillies should be entertaining to watch because they are so different. Maddon is known for being cool and in control while Manuel has a reputation for his temper. Which will lead his team to the World Series Championship? Find out by seeing it for yourself live at the game.

The Rays have been playing since 1998, while the Phillies have been around since 1883. The Rays drew 1.8 million fans this year, a record for the franchise, but 26th out of 30 Major League teams. The Phillies drew the fifth largest crowd in baseball at 3.4 million.

Get your baseball tickets to the World Series to see speed on the field. Both teams are fast. The Phillies were fourth in stolen bases this year and the Rays were number one.

Which centerfielder will come out on top? Tampa Bay’s smooth B.J. Upton or Philly’s more adventurous Shane Victorino? Victorino makes fewer errors than Upton, but doesn’t have the range or power of his younger rival.

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The Ray’s left handed rookie pitcher David Price finished out the most important game of the club’s history in the last game of the playoffs. Will he have the same results when matched up against the Phillies’ bullpen which includes Brad Lidge, who saved a game every time he had a chance? He was five for five in the month of October.

Whether you plan to go to Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia which is a favorite for hitters or to the slope-domed Tropicana Field in St. Pete, can get you premium seats to every game of the series.

The best of seven schedule begins October 22nd.

Wednesday – Phillies at the Rays, 8pm EST
Thursday — Rays at the Phillies, 8pm EST
Saturday – Phillies at the Rays, 8pm EST
Sunday – Rays at the Phillies, 8pm EST
Monday – Rays at the Phillies, 8pm EST (if necessary)
Wednesday (Oct. 29) Phillies at Rays, 8:30 EST (if necessary)
Thursday (Oct. 30) Phillies at Rays, 8pm EST (if necessary)

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