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Philadelphia Phillies, all quiet on the Eastern Front

The Philadelphia Phillies had a very quiet trade deadline, much to the chagrin of many Phils fans. Blessed with a small arsenal of apparently appealing assets, General manager Ruben Amaro, Jr. was unable to unload anyone of importance to contending teams. Instead, the Phillies will continue on the way this season with the same cast of players, hoping that many of them will be able to turn the tide in 2015.

Ruben Amaro, general Manager of the Philadelphia Phillies

GM of the Phillies Ruben Amaro pictured above

For fans interested in acquiring Phillies tickets for the final two months of the season, they will find several great bargains here at ABC Tickets. During the current home stand, the average price for Philadelphia Phillies tickets is only $59. In addition, the August 11th home game against the New York Mets has tickets available for as low as $9. Fans will receive a poster on the day of that game, one of the many promotions the Phillies will be running over the next two months. The most expensive game remaining on the schedule is for the season finale on September 28th against the Atlanta Braves. The Braves are battling for the NL East and a wildcard spot in this year’s playoffs; so there’s a very good chance that game may have some meaning. The average ticket price is currently $71, the only game left with an average ticket price north of $70. Even still, tickets can be had for as little as $15, so fans do not need to break the bank to get in to the ballpark. With a winning percentage below .500, it may be difficult for fans to envision the Phillies winning again anytime soon. But they certainly have several talented pieces on their team and it’s only a matter of time before they return to the postseason. Now is the chance to get in to Citizens Bank park for cheap ticket prices, so make sure you take advantage!

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