Nats Tickets For Series vs Brewers Available For 8.7% Below Season Average
The Washington Nationals will welcome the Milwaukee Brewers at Nationals Park for three games this weekend. The Washington Nationals schedule will have the team play the Brewers this weekend for the second and final time this season. The season average for Nationals tickets on the secondary market is $46 and two of this series’ three games will see an average price below that number. The series as a whole will be 8.7% below the season average.
7/18 – Kyle Lohse vs Stephen Strasburg | Avg. Price: $49 | Get-in Price: $15
Nationals ace Stephen Strasburg gets the nod in the series opener Friday night against Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse. The average secondary price for Friday Nationals vs Brewers tickets is $49, the most expensive game of the series at 2.08% above secondary season average, with a get-in price of $15. Strasburg enters the second half of the season at 7-6 with a 3.46 ERA while Lohse has impressed, going 9-4 with a 3.26 ERA as the Brewers continue to excel in the N.L. Central.
7/19 – Matt Garza vs Gio Gonzalez | Avg. Price: $39 | Get-in Price: $11
The second game of the series will be played Saturday night and will feature Nationals lefty Gio Gonzalez against the Brewers’ Matt Garza. The average price for Saturday Nationals vs Brewers tickets on the secondary market is $39, 18.75% below the secondary season average. The southpaw Gonzalez had his ups and downs over the season’s first half, posting a 6-5 record and 3.56 ERA over 14 starts. Garza is 6-6 with a 3.69 ERA. Pop singer Austin Mahone will also play a postgame concert following Saturday’s game at Nationals Park.
7/20 – Yovani Gallardo vs Doug Fister | Avg. Price: $38 | Get-in Price: $13
Doug Fister will take the mound for the Nationals on Sunday against Yovani Gallardo in the rubber game of the series. The average secondary price for Sunday Nationals vs Brewers tickets is $38, the cheapest of the series at 20.8% below season average on the secondary market, with a get-in price of $13. Fister has adjusted nicely to his new team this season, going 8-2 and posting a 2.90 ERA in 12 starts. Gallardo has had his struggles over the first half and enters Sunday’s game at 5-5 with a 3.68 ERA.
The Brewers enter the second half leading the NL Central by just one game following their impressive 20-8 start to the season. While the team remains 10 games over .500 entering their weekend series with the Nationals, a competitive division has kept both the second place Cardinals and third place Reds close while the fourth place Pirates trail by just 3.5 games. As the Milwaukee Brewers schedule has the team traveling to the nation’s capital this weekend, they’ll look to open the second half on the right foot and add some much needed comfort to their divisional lead.