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Royals Tickets vs White Sox Are 67% Below Season Average On Secondary Market

The Kansas City Royals are coming off a split with the Orioles this past weekend, after winning the final two games of the series. Kansas City currently sits second in the American League Central, though is still seven games behind the division leading Detroit Tigers.  Starting Monday night, the Royals schedule will see another AL Central team, the White Sox, for a three game series at Kauffman Stadium. The White Sox sit fourth in the AL Central, above only the Cleveland Indians, with a 21-24 record KC Royals tickets for this three game set will have very affordable average ticket prices on the secondary market, well below Kansas City’s $70.30 season average. For the series, all three games will start at just $3.

5/19/14 – Scott Carroll vs Jason Vargas | Avg. Price: $21 | Get in Price: $3

Game 1 of this series begins tonight at Kauffman Stadium.  The Royals will send out veteran left-hander Jason Vargas (4-1) coming off a solid win over Colorado.  He will face White Sox right-hander Scott Carroll (1-3).  Royals’ tickets will have an average price of $21, 70% below the season average.

5/20/14 – Andre Rienzo vs Yordano Ventura | Avg. Price: $20 | Get in Price: $3

Game 2 of this three game set features a pitching matchup between Royals right-hander Yordano Ventura (2-3) who has lost his last two pitching outings.  Ventura will pitch against right-hander Andre Rienzo (3-0).  Rienzo is coming off a solid outing but no decision against Oakland.  Royals tickets for the middle game of the series have an average price of just $20, 71.5% below the season average.

5/21/14 – Jose Quintana vs Jeremy Guthrie | Avg. Price: $26 | Get in Price: $3

The finale of this series is Wednesday night.  Royals tickets for this game are the most expensive of the series, but still 63% below the regular season average. The starting pitchers, Jose Quintana and Jeremy Guthrie, both have 2-3 records, though Quintana’s ERA is more than a run lower than Guthrie’s, 3.67 to 4.76.

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