SOUTH WINDSOR, CT--(Marketwire - Oct 3, 2012) - Tickets for the one-game playoff for the National League Wild Card spot between the Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals are on sale now at Ticket Liquidator, and as of noon on Wednesday are starting at under $50. Unlike previous years, when the team with the best record who did not win a division was awarded the Wild Card, for the 2012 post-season the Wild Card will be determined by a one game playoff. The Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals will face off for the right to play in the National League Division Series on Friday, October 5 at Atlanta's Turner Field.
"The novelty of the Braves vs. Cardinals play-in game has a lot of people talking, and considering it's win or go home this is the the biggest game of the year for both teams," says Andrés Hidalgo, Media Relations, Ticket Liquidator. "The Braves have been selling well all year, and with the chance to get back to the playoffs on the line, you can expect their fans to show up."
Atlanta pitcher Kris Medlen is slated to take the mound against the Cardinals' Kyle Lohse. While prices are subject to change, as of noon on Wednesday, October 3, tickets are starting at less than $50 on Ticket Liquidator. You can check up-to-the-minute ticket pricing and availability by clicking here. Should the Braves win the game, Ticket Liquidator carries tickets for all the MLB playoff games.
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