The Baltimore Orioles have taken control of the AL East, and are currently the favorite to win it come the end of September. But the Toronto Blue Jays have played well recently, and are just four games back. They’ve also played themselves into a wild card slot. Now the Blue Jays schedule gives them a chance to gain in the division with a three-game series against the Orioles. Blue Jays tickets are averaging $81.26, down nine percent from the season average at Rogers Centre.
BAL Bud Norris vs. TOR Mark Buehrle | Avg. Price: $78.72 | Get-in Price: $11
Mark Buehrle has been having a great season for the Blue Jays, but has struggle of late. In his last four starts he has a 6.10 ERA in 20.2 innings. There’s certainly reason to believe he’ll turn it around based on his career, and fans in attendance will have another reason to attend. The first 15,000 fans in attendance will receive a #joeybats t-shirt, and the get-in price is just $11. Overall, the average price for Blue Jays vs Orioles tickets is $78.72.
BAL Wei-Yin Chen vs. TOR Drew Hutchinson | Avg. Price: $91.38 | Get-in Price: $12
The second game of the series is the most expensive with a $91.38 average and a $12 get-in price. Drew Hutchison gets the start for the Blue Jays, and he’s the only pitcher that has performed worse than Buehrle in the last month. He has an 8.10 ERA in five starts, and has been walking nearly four batters per nine innings. Like Buehrle, he’s been better over the season, but even then his numbers aren’t overly impressive.
BAL Miguel Gonzalez vs. TOR JA Happ | Avg. Price: $73.69 | Get-in Price: $10
JA Happ has been a bit of a disappointment all season. He was one of the notable pieces in the trade that sent ace Roy Halladay to the Phillies, but he hasn’t lived up to expectations. He has a 4.18 ERA in 16 starts, and hasn’t had a prolonged period of success all season. The average price of the game is $73.69 and the get-in price is $10.