The Los Angeles Angels will host a military-themed series against the Tampa Bay Rays this week with each of the series’ four games giving a special nod to our Armed Forces. Fans will find great deals on secondary tickets all weekend long as average price for Angels tickets each of the four games will be below the Angels’ season average of $59.21 at Angel Stadium.
Thursday night’s game will feature a southpaw duel between Angels youngster Tyler Skaggs and the Rays’ Erik Bedard. The average price of $33 for this game will be 44.2% below the season average.Thursday’s game will see the lowest average secondary price of the series, but fans in attendance will receive a Mike Trout camouflage t-shirt in honor of the U.S. military.
The average price for May 16 Rays vs Angels tickets is currently $49 with a get-in price of $14. The Angels send Jered Weaver to the mound against Chris Archer. Weaver left his last start early due to fatigue but looks to pick up where he left off after picking up his third straight win on Monday. The Angels will also offer a camouflage hat to fans during Friday’s game.
May 17 is Armed Forces Day and the Angels will honor all who have served in the military with a special pre-game ceremony. The Angels will also wear camouflage jerseys during the game. The average price for this game of $45 is 24% below the season average. C.J. Wilson will start for the Angels and go against struggling Rays lefty Cesar Ramos. There will also be post-game fireworks as part of the Saturday Night Spectacular.
The final game of the series will be held Sunday afternoon. The average price for May 18 Rays vs Angels tickets Sunday will be 39% below the season average. Rays ace David Price will face Angels righty Matt Shoemaker. The Angels will also host a post-game Purple Heart Baseball game to commemorate the Wounded Warriors of San Antonio, TX and Camp Pendleton, CA.
This will be the first of two meetings between the teams on the Angels schedule. The Angels have played well, going 21-18 over their first 39 games. The Rays have struggled as they sit three games below .500 at 18-23.