White Sox tickets on sale: Which games should you attend in 2018?
July and August
With the All-Star break and quite a few road games, July is nothing spectacular. The Cardinals series the week of my birthday is the one series I’ll be aiming to see in person. Last year, after not attending a Sox game in a few years due to a myriad of reasons, my wife got tickets to a Sox-Mariners game for myself, my brother, and my dad. It was an amazing birthday present. I watched Felix Hernandez pitch in person for the first time, saw Nelson Cruz go deep, witnessed Melky Cabrera go yard and flash the leather.
I turn 30 this year, so I think requesting the Sox-Cardinals game on my birthday is perfectly reasonable. I’ll start dropping hints soon. I’ll buy my wife a couple of cards and a pair of socks for Mother’s Day and start randomly mimicking bird calls this week.
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Anyway, outside of that series, July and August are mostly big-name teams coming to town. Sure, it’d be fun to see Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge, and JD Martinez take aim for the pinwheels, but everyone will be at those games hoping to see exactly that. Tickets for those games will go fast!
Los Angeles Angels, September 7th-9th: I’ll keep it brief here. Mike Trout. The fact that the Angels roster looks like the team was subject to a fantasy draft helps, and Shohei Ohtani is exciting. But, really, Mike Trout is reason enough to go. Depending on each team’s performance, tickets may be hard to come by. Fireworks Friday and family Sunday round out the promotions.
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Let’s hope! Any game or series would be well worth attending. Start saving now!