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Angels’ Most and Least Expensive Games In June Come From AL East

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The Los Angeles Angels find themselves five games back of first place in the American League West as June begins, after winning the division in 2015. Considering they had to overcome an early-season deficit for first in the beginning of last year, that isn’t too much of a surprise, but what can certainly be considered a shock is the team they’re trailing -- the Houston Astros.
Thirteen games over .500, the Astros’ collection of talent and youth seem to finally be coming together, all at the right time, which explains their success. The Angels have plenty of time to catch up, though, and their power bats have answered the bell recently. Albert Pujols hit his sixth home run in six games last night, a loss at the hands of the Tampa Bay Rays, and in the game before on Monday, June 1, the Angels swatted four home runs in the series opener.
With the recent power surge, it’s not a bad time to watch 2014 AL MVP Mike Trout and the rest of the Los Angeles roster chip into Houston’s division-lead. Below are the most and least expensive Angels’ tickets on the secondary market for their games in June, according to SeatSmart.com.
Most Expensive: 6/29/2015 | Los Angeles Angels vs. New York Yankees | Angels Stadium of Anaheim | Average Price: $109.29 | Get-in Price: $14
6/30/2015 | Los Angeles Angels vs. New York Yankees | Angels Stadium of Anaheim | Average Price: $112.34 | Get-in Price: $14
6/7/2015 | New York Yankees vs. Los Angeles Angels | Yankees Stadium | Average Price: $82.37 | Get-in Price: $17
The Angels’ three most expensive games in June are all against the Yankees, but take place in two different series. The series at the end of the month takes place in Anaheim, with the most expensive game on June 30 having an average ticket price of $112.34 and a get-in price of $14. The Angels will be in New York earlier in the month, as their third most expensive game takes place at Yankees Stadium with an average ticket price of $82.37 and a get-in price of $17. Fans going to the Bronx for that encounter might want to take advantage of some sweet deals for NYC parking from ParkWhiz.com, which has parking starting at only $10.
6/20/2015 | Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Angels | O.co Coliseum | Average Price: $75.76 | Get-in Price: $19 | Sonny Gray Gnome Giveaway
After the three games with the Yankees at the top of the list, a division series on the road with the last-place Athletics follows. Normally, Angels tickets attract a lot of activity, and that has something to do with the high prices for a date with one of the AL’s worst teams. The Angels are 4-3 against Oakland thus far in ‘15, and have two series against them this month. The A’s are currently 12 games under .500, but have improved recently, winning seven of their last ten contests.
Least Expensive: 6/9-11/2015 | Tampa Bay Rays vs. Los Angeles Angels | Tropicana Field | Average Price (Three Games): $39
The three least expensive games are a second series against the Rays, this one being at The Trop. After the Angels play in their series finale tonight against Tampa Bay, they travel to New York for a three-game set before arriving in sunny Florida. Because the Angels play the same team six times out of their next nine games, it’s safe to assume the opponents will be familiar with each other, which should some create some interesting baseball for strategy purposes. These are also some of the cheaper tickets to Rays games you’ll find throughout the month.

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