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The Atlanta Braves and Arizona Diamondbacks will face each other in a series set to unfold in the upcoming days, highlighted by a July 4 game at Turner Field. The average ticket price to these games is as low as $20, which is drastically more affordable than other high-priced rivalries currently unfolding throughout the nation.
(PRWEB) July 02, 2014
Over 3,500 tickets are currently available to the three-game set that will unfold in the deep South during the height of summer. For Georgia baseball fans living near the Atlanta area, there is no better celebration of Independence Day than a trip to Turner Field to bear witness to the beloved Braves. Nearly 4,000 Braves tickets have already been sold on the secondary market to the games in this series.
The Braves and DBacks are similar in a few ways and notably contrasting in others. The Braves were the top dogs in a very competitive National League throughout the 1990s, reaching the post-season nearly every year and representing the NL several times in the Fall Classic. The Diamondbacks did not join the league until 1998, but they came ready to play. A total of five NL West Division Titles and one World Series win are a testament to the fact that the ownership and managers know how to put together a winner.
The Braves are once again in the catbird seat in the NL East, having separated themselves noticeably from Philadelphia, the Mets, and the Miami Marlins. The Diamondbacks have a lot of work to do in the National League West, but a clean sweep of the Braves at their lavish, large, and comfortable home field would be an excellent kick-start to the second half of the season.
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1. Rockies vs Dodgers
2. Cardinals vs Marlins
3. Braves vs Diamondbacks
4. Reds vs Brewers
5. Sox vs Orioles
*Market Data as of Wednesday, July 2, 2014.
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