Giants Tickets For Series Vs Pirates 43% Below Season Average

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  • 28 July, 2014
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Madison Bumgarner San Francisco Giants

Madison Bumgarner SF Giants – Photo Courtesy of phoca2004 (Flickr Creative Commons License)

The San Francisco Giants haven’t been able to pull away in the NL West after a hot start to the season. They are now trailing the Los Angeles Dodgers, after getting swept in a three-game series against their division rivals. Now the SF Giants schedule gives them another hard series with the Pittsburgh Pirates coming to town. The Pirates had a rough start, but are now only three games out in the NL Central. San Francisco Giants tickets are averaging $47.16 for the series, which is 43 percent below the Giants season average at AT&T Park.


7/28 PIT Vance Worley vs. SF Madison Bumgarner | Avg. Price: $37 | Get-in Price: $14


The Giants have a good trio going in this series. Their best starter gets the first start, with Madison Bumgarner taking the mound. So far this season he has a team-leading 141 innings pitched, and leads the team with a 2.5 WAR and 2.94 FIP. Giants vs Pirates tickets are averaging $37 on the secondary market and has a $14 get-in price.


7/29 PIT Francisco Liriano vs. SF Tim Hudson | Avg. Price: $37 | Get-in Price: $9


Tim Hudson has been a surprise hit in San Francisco. The aging star leads the team with a 2.65 ERA and is second on the team with a 1.9 WAR and 132.1 innings pitched. He has the best walk rate on the team, and is second with a 3.10 FIP. Tickets for the game are averaging $37 and have a get-in price of $9.


7/30 PIT Charlie Morton vs. SF Tim Lincecum | Avg. Price: $67.48 | Get-in Price: $18

The final game of the series is the most expensive. Tickets are currently averaging $67.48 for the game with an $18 get-in price. Tim Lincecum is hoping his revival can continue, as he takes the mound for this one. He’s been stellar in the last month, and has lowered his ERA below 4.00, when it seemed like his career as a starter might be coming to a close. Lincecum has worked on commanding the strike zone, and attacking the bottom of the zone, to induce more ground balls. He has a 2.76 ERA in his last five starts.

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