Jul 10, 2014; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Indians catcher Roberto Perez (center) celebrates a 9-3 win over the New York Yankees at Progressive Field. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Indians Tickets For Series Vs White Sox 14.5% Below Season Average


The Cleveland Indians will host the Chicago White Sox for three games at Progressive Field this weekend. The Indians schedule will see the team play the White Sox this week for the fourth time this season and the second time at home. On the secondary market, the season average for Indians tickets is $69.90 and two of the three games will see an average price below that number. The series as a whole will be 14.5% below the season average.

7/11 – Hector Noesi vs Corey Kluber | Avg. Price: $73.42 | Get-in Price: $21

The series begins tonight when Corey Kluber takes the mound for the Indians against White Sox pitcher Hector Noesi. The average price for Friday Indians vs White Sox tickets is $73.42, the highest of the series at 5% above season average, with a get-in price of $21. Kluber enters Friday’s game at 8-6 with a 2.86 ERA while Noesi has struggled, going just 3-5 with a 4.13 ERA.

7/12 – Scott Carroll vs Zach McAllister | Avg. Price: $60.72 | Get-in Price: $17

The second game of the series will feature Indians pitcher Zach McAllister against White Sox righty Scott Carroll. The average price for Saturday Indians tickets is $60.72, 13.1% below season average, with a get-in price of $17. McAllister is 3-4 on the year with a 5.89 ERA and will make his first start for the Tribe since May 21. Carroll sits at 3-5 with a 4.52 ERA. The Indians will also be offering a promotional Kenny Lofton jersey to the first 10,000 fans.

7/13 – John Danks vs Trevor Bauer | Avg. Price: $45 | Get-in Price: $11

The finale of the series will be played Sunday and will see the Indians’ Trevor Bauer against White Sox lefty John Danks. The average price for Sunday Indians vs White Sox tickets is $45, the cheapest of the series at 35.6% below season average. Bauer takes the hill at 3-4 with a 4.23 ERA through 11 starts this season while the southpaw Danks enters at 8-6 with a 4.15 ERA.

The Indians open tonight’s game at just 45-46 through the season’s first half, trailing the first place Tigers by 7.5 games. After Corey Kluber missed out on the Final Vote, Michael Brantley will be the only All-Star from Cleveland. MLB All-Star Game tickets are still available to support Brantley and the Tribe in Minnesota.

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