MLB Playoff Tickets
MLB Playoff Ticket Information
As the best from the American League and National League battle it out for postseason glory, be sure to browse the Vivid Seats marketplace for a vast assortment of 2014 MLB Playoff tickets on sale throughout the journey to the Fall Classic. From the sudden death Wild Card showdowns, best-of-five NLDS and ALDS, and seven-game NLCS and ALCS, Vivid Seats is pleased to provide fans with a multitude of options from the MLB playoff schedule as the pennant races begin to heat up across the nation throughout October.
To get started shopping online, click your preferred team from the list above and then on the following page, browse through the available listings that are typically displayed according to date. All confirmed purchases are covered by both a 100% Buyer Guarantee as well as WIN-Surance, which provides customers with a full refund for any unplayed postseason games you may have purchased tickets to. Should your squad make a deep run in the postseason, Vivid Seats also is proud to offer World Series tickets for baseball’s always thrilling grand finale.
MLB Playoff News
Eclectic Mix of Teams Highlight MLB Playoffs 2014
A new champion is guaranteed to be crowned during the MLB playoffs 2014, as the defending champion Boston Red Sox came up short this year, as did the rival New York Yankees, marking the first time the franchises have both missed the postseason since 1993. Instead, one of the American League slots will be filled by the playoff-starved Kansas City Royals, which qualified for the playoffs for the first time since winning the 1985 World Series. To advance to the ALDS, the Royals will first have to defeat the Oakland Athletics in the one-game AL Wild Card in Kansas City, while in the National League, the final NLDS spot will go to either the San Francisco Giants or Pittsburgh Pirates during the league’s respective Wild Card game.
The AL Wild Card winner will earn a five-game stint with the Los Angeles Angels, who themselves have been absent from the MLB playoffs since 2009. On the flip side, the Detroit Tigers and Baltimore Orioles will do battle for the chance to advance to the ALCS. The Tigers kept the momentum going in the AL Central with their fourth straight division title, while the Orioles accomplished the feat in the AL East for the first time since 1997. On the other side of the bracket, the NL East champion Washington Nationals will take on the aforementioned Wild Card victor and the prevailing team will in turn advance to the NLCS to face either the St. Louis Cardinals or Los Angeles Dodgers, who are meeting in the postseason for a second straight year. Check out the MLB playoff schedule for your team and secure tickets throughout the postseason from Vivid Seats.