White Sox Tickets 26% Below Season Average For Series Vs Angels

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The White Sox will host the Los Angeles Angels for three games at U.S. Cellular Field this week. The White Sox schedule has the two teams meeting in Chicago this week for the first and only time this season. While  the season average for White Sox tickets on the secondary market is $75.74, each game will have an average price below that price. The series as a whole will be 26% below the season average.

6/30 – Garrett Richards vs Hector Noesi | Avg. Price: $59.82 | Get-in Price: $23

The series begins Monday night when Hector Noesi gets the nod for the White Sox against Angels pitcher Garrett Richards. The average price for Monday White Sox vs Angels tickets is $59.82 with a get-in price of $23. Monday’s game will have the highest average price but still 21% below season average. Noesi hasn’t been much of a factor for the White Sox this season, posting just a 2-4 record and 4.18 ERA in 11 starts. Richards has been quite the opposite, going 8-2 with a 2.76 ERA in 16 starts.

7/1 – Jered Weaver vs Scott Carroll | Avg. Price: $51.72 | Get-in Price: $8

The second game of the series will feature White Sox pitcher Scott Carroll against Angels ace Jered Weaver. The average price for Tuesday Chicago White Sox vs Los Angeles Angels tickets is $51.72, the lowest of the series at 31.7% below season average, with a get-in price of $8. Carroll hasn’t been very effective for the White Sox, going 2-4 with a 4.76 ERA in six starts and six bullpen appearances this season. Weaver enters Tuesday’s game at 8-6 with a 3.33 ERA.

7/2 – TBA vs John Danks | Avg. Price: $56.81 | Get-in Price: $8

The final game of the series will have White Sox lefty John Danks pitch against an Angels pitcher still yet to be determined. The average price for Wednesday White Sox tickets is $56.81, 25% below season average, with a get-in price of $8. Danks is 7-6 with a 4.26 ERA in 16 starts this season.

 

The White Sox will hope to turn their season around tonight against the Angels after going just 39-44 over the first half of the season. Following their series with the White Sox, the Angels schedule has the team playing three series against the Blue Jays and struggling Astros and Rangers before entering the All-Star break.

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