The MLB All-Star Game is a great opportunity for fans to watch some of the best players in all of baseball take the field, pitting the National League against the American League for home field advantage in the World Series.
This year, the game takes place at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, California.
Given the amount of baseball superstars on the rosters for the game, ticket demand for the events is high. Tickets are sold out, and the only place to grab a seat is on the secondary market.
The All-Star weekend consists of three events: All-Star Sunday (the Futures Game and the Celebrity/Legends softball game), the Home Run Derby , and the All-Star Game . Fans can choose to buy tickets for one (or more) of the events individually, or they can buy the All-Star Package , which gives them access to all three events.
Not surprisingly, transaction prices for All-Star Package tickets are the highest, followed by All-Star Game tickets, Home Run Derby tickets (which includes the All-Star workout), and then All-Star Sunday tickets.
The All-Star Game is a once a year can’t miss spectacle, which is sure to be exciting as always in 2010. Be sure to check out SeatGeek for all of your All-Star Game, MLB and sold out ticket needs. Also, don’t forget to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, and follow us on Facebook and Twitter @SeatGeek!
This article was originally featured on the SeatGeek Sports Blog - 2010 MLB All-Star Game Update from Anaheim, California