Cardinals Tickets 61.9% Below Average For Two Game Set vs Rays
The St. Louis Cardinals will host two games against the Tampa Bay Rays at Busch Stadium starting Tuesday. The St. Louis Cardinals schedule has the two teams meeting this week for the second and final time this season and for the first time in St. Louis. According to TiqIQ., the secondary season average for Cardinals tickets is $55.08 but both games will have an average price well below that on the secondary market. The two games will average 61.9% below the season average.
7/22 – Jake Odorizzi vs Adam Wainwright | Avg. Price: $25 | Get-in Price: $6
The Cardinals will give All-Star Adam Wainwright the ball in the series opener Tuesday night against Rays pitcher Jake Odorizzi. The average secondary price for Tuesday Cardinals vs Rays tickets is $25, the most expensive game of the series but still 54.6% below season average, with a get-in price of $6. Wainwright has been spectacular this season, posting a 12-4 record and 1.83 ERA in 19 starts. Odorizzi will hope to turn it around in the second half as his 5-8 record and 4.01 ERA through the season’s first half is certainly forgettable.
7/23 – Alex Cobb vs Lance Lynn | Avg. Price: $17 | Get-in Price: $4
The second and final game of the series will feature Lance Lynn for the Cardinals against Rays pitcher Alex Cobb. The average price for Wednesday Cardinals vs Rays tickets on the secondary market is $17, 69.1% below season average, with a get-in price of $4. Lynn has been an impressive second-man to Adam Wainwright this season, going 11-6 with a 3.13 ERA. Alex Cobb has struggled over his 14 starts and has posted just a 5-6 record and 4.08 ERA. Following the team’s series with the Cardinals, the Rays schedule will send them back to Tropicana Field to host three series against the Red Sox, Brewers and Angels.
While the Rays sit in the basement of the AL East after struggling in the first half, the Cardinals find themselves just a half game behind the first place Brewers in the NL Central as their two-game series with the Rays begins.With just over 60 games remaining, the NL Central is arguably the most cutthroat division in the league as the Pirates and Reds also trail closely behind.