Your favorite team will not win the 2014 World Series. [Read more]
Despite a slow start, the Los Angeles Dodgers are favored to win the World Series. Check out updated World Series odds. [Read more]
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Ticket Liquidator's JP Starkey forecasts the 2014 baseball season, making award, playoff and World Series picks. [Read more]
With Adam Wainwright, Michael Wacha, Shelby Miller and Lance Lynn locked into St. Louis' rotation, and Jaime Garcia once again ailing with a shoulder injury, the fifth and final spot in the Cardinals' rotation is up for grabs. Joe Kelly and Carlos Martinez are vying for the spot, but through four spring starts, it's clear that "Baby Pedro" Martinez has out-pitched Kelly -- and it will be a complete sham to the idea of an open competition if Kelly earns the nod. [Read more]
The 109th edition of the World Series kicks of later tonight at Fenway Park when the Boston Red Sox host the St. Louis Cardinals. The Series pits two of baseball's most historic franchises from baseball cities and matches up the teams tied for the best record during the regular season, 97-65. It is first time since 1999 that the two teams with the best records have met in the Series, and this marks just the third time in history ('49 and '58) that the World Series teams have had the same record.... [Read more]
The MLB playoffs are underway and in the American League the Boston Red Sox have completed one of the most impressive regular-season turnarounds we've seen recently. The Olde Towne Team went from a 69–93 record and a last place finish in the AL East to a 97-65 record, tying the St Louis Cardinals for the best record in baseball. Now they aim to build on that turnaround and win what would be the team's third World Series title in nine years.
But will the Red Sox win the World Series?
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The St Louis Cardinals are currently fetching the highest average ticket price at $686 followed by the NLCS opponent the San Francisco Giants at $564. In the American League, the Tigers are commanding an average ticket price of $510 while New York Yankees fans have so far been willing to spend $476 for World Series tickets. [Read more]