Tickets still remain for A's playoff games

Tickets still remain for A's playoff games
September 27, 2013, 4:15 pm
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The A's announced that there are still tickets available for all potential ALDS and ALCS games at the O.co Coliseum. (AP)

SEATTLE -- Tickets still remain for all three potential A's home games in the American League Divisional Series.

First-day sales were strong Friday for the AL Championship Series home games should the A's advance to that round.

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About 1,000 third-deck tickets remain for the first home game of the ALDS, according to Jim Leahey, the A's vice president of sales and marketing. A larger number of third-deck seats remain for the second and third games, if both are necessary.

The A's are currently in position to host Games 1and 2, and, if necessary, Game 5. But they have yet to clinch home-field advantage for the divisional series.

As for the best-of-seven ALCS, the A's are nearly sold out in the first two decks for the first three home games.

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