In late August, there were three times as many empty seats as filled ones at Oriole Park.Orioles fans were late coming to the realization that their team had gotten better. Tickets for Sunday and Mondays ALDS games are sold out, but if you desperately want to go to the Orioles first home playoff games in 15 years, you still canprovided youll pay above list price.Late Saturday night, the popular ticket reseller StubHub listed more than 1,800 tickets for sale. There were a few standing room tickets for 50 each and some for as high as 68. A few scattered single seats were on sale for less than 70, but if you wanted a pair of seats in the infield, expect to pay at least 130 for seats in the upper deck. Infield box seats range from 270 to 600.If youre eager to take a trip to Yankee Stadium, theres a huge inventory. About 7,900 tickets remain for Game 3 on Wednesday.
Some upper deck seats in the outfield are listed for just under 50.If youd like to sit directly in back of the Orioles dugout at third base, youre out of luck. None are available. Seats in the field MVP sections can be found for between 300 and 999.Last week, lots of Orioles fans flew down to see their team play at St. Petersburgs Tropicana Field. The Trop was two-thirds empty and seats were plentiful and cheap.If you want to buy seats for the Orioles in the postseason, you can, but not cheaply.