There is nothing better than hearing that pitchers and catchers are reporting to Spring Training. That means that we are just a few weeks away from Spring Traning Baseball.
The Spring Training baseball schedule begins in Mid February every season and runs until the end of march. Finding tickets for games is not hard and even if you buy tickets on the secondary market, prices are pretty inexpensive compared to going to a regular season MLB game.
In addition to locals that go to the game, many people try to escape their cold weather cities to get some sun at the ballpark and get a glimpse of what their team is going to look like in the coming season.
Spring Training is divided into two leagues, the Cactus League, which is located and played in Arizona, and the Grapefruit League, which is located and played in Florida. Because of the warm weather climates, sometimes attending a game can be downright too hot. Keep this in mind When you are shopping for tickets. Sometimes it is better to have seats in the shade, rather than having the hot Florida and Arizona sun beating on you the whole game.
Each league is divided up into 15 teams.
There are 30 teams in Major League Baseball (MLB) that are divided into two leagues, the American and the National. Each League has 3 divisions containing 5 teams in each division. This puts 15 teams in the National League and 15 teams in the American League.
Each team is scheduled to play 162 games in the regular season every year. They play 81 home games and 81 Road games (away). Each team will have a mixture of playing same division games, same league games and interleague games. For more exact details please read our post about How the MLB Schedule is made.
Tickets to MLB regular season games can be found on either the ticket listings above or on the MLB team schedule and ticket pages listed above. Depending on the day of the week, MLB Tickets can be found very cheap here on CloseSeats. Many times tickets are listed well below face value and premium seats can also be found at huge discount prices.
Other times can be the exact opposite. Tickets for some MLB games may be listed well above face value for premium games and teams. The prices for MLB tickets change every day and new ticket listings appear on CloseSeats every day. It is always best to keep checking back another day if you do not see the tickets that you are searching for or the ticket prices you are willing to pay.
Opening Day for Major League Baseball is a special day for all baseball fans. It is a symbol that the winter months are behind us and warmer weather is on it's way. Every team in the league is tied with a 0-0 record and fans have that glimmer of hope that this may be the year that my team wins.
Opening day schedules spread out the first 1 1/2 weeks of the season because some teams are scheduled to play their first home games on the road and some of them play their first game of the year at home.
Weather is always a factor when it comes to opening day because some baseball teams that do not play their home games in a dome have to deal with cold weather, rain and sometimes even snow. Because of this, MLB usually puts an off day on the schedule the day after opening day, just in case the opening day game was cancelled and it can be rescheduled and replayed.
Ticket prices for MLB opening day games tend to be higher on the secondary market, especially for teams that went far into the playoffs or won the World Series the year before. therefor, it is very hard to forcast what the ticket prices will be, it is truly a matter of supply and demand
The MLB All Star game weekend is a fan experience like no other. There is literally something to do the whole weekend and MLB spares no expenses when it comes to entertainment. There are many events scheduled from MLB Fan Fest to the Home Run Derby to the MLB Futures game.
The price for tickets to any of the MLB All Star Weekend events can be very pricey. You can purchase tickets to each event individually or you can purchase tickets as a package and have a ticket to each event for one price.
The 2021 MLB All Star game in scheduled to be in Atlanta, Georgia at Truist Park. Tickets for all 4 events can be purchased right here at CloseSeats.com
The MLB playoff schedule is divided into 3 rounds in each the National and American league. If you are eliminated in any round, you are knocked out of the playoffs. If you win a round, you are scheduled to play in the next round. This goes on until there is one team remaining in each league. Those two teams will play each other in the World Series. The playoffs usually begin the first week of October, immediatly after the regular season schedule comes to an end.
Here is the 3 rounds that are scheduled for the MLB Playoffs each year:
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The Major League World Series schedule is made up of the winner of the National Leauge Championship series and the winner of the American League Championship series. The games are scheduled and played in a 7 game format.
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