Going Going Gone...World Series Tickets Sell Out in a New York Minute
In less time than it takes to watch a re-run of The Sopranos, tickets for the World Series in Detroit were sold out.
WWJ reports that tickets for all three potential home games went on sale online and by phone today at 10 a.m. and were sold out 45 minutes later.
The Tigers aren't there yet. But a little optimism isn't out of the question.
The Tigers could clinch tonight when Max Scherzer take the mound.
Former Tiger Mickey Stanley of the 1968 World Champs is slated to toss out the ceremonial first pitch tonight.