ALCS tickets are currently available for sale.
Here's upcoming American League Championship Series schedule as below:
Note: e-Tickets (green letter) and/or Parking passes for last minute MLB postseason games are available. Price for the American League playoff tickets is shown in USD.
Update on September 2014:
The 2014 ALCS will be Orioles, Angels, Tigers, Royals and/or Athletics.
Update on September 2013:
The 2013 ALCS will be Red Sox, Tigers, Athletics, Rays, Rangers or Indians.
Update on October 2012:
The 2012 ALCS will be Yankees / Orioles vs Athletics / Tigers.
ALCS stands for the American League Championship Series, used to be played on every October, that's the most important games for AL teams in Major League Baseball (MLB). Once the winner of ALCS pennant is determined, they would be advancing to play against the winner of the National League Championship Series pennant in Major League Baseball (MLB)'s the world Series.
The result showed as for the end of 2011 MLB season since year 1969 - New York Yankees have won 11 AL pennants; Oakland Athletics recorded 6 AL pennants; Baltimore Orioles have achieved 5 pennants and Boston Red Sox have collected 4 pennants.
ALCS games are totally different from the regular season games, any team will be the first team to win 4th game out of 7-game series. That's what makes ALCS games more nervous and more exciting and more pressures while you are in MLB stadium to watch ALCS live! You'll realize you get your money's worth! Shop now and buy MLB tickets for ALCS game (HG1, HG2, HG3, HG4, HG5, HG6 and HG7).
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