Barry's Tickets is located minutes from Angel Stadium
With an office just minutes away from Angel Stadium Barry's Tickets has been serving the Anaheim community for over 30 years and offers a 100% guarantee on all Angels Tickets that they are authentic and will be delivered on time. From Angels Dugout Tickets, Field Box, Diamond Club Tickets, to the outfield seats and everything in between all come with No Service Fees on any tickets.
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How will I receive my Angels Tickets?
Barry's Tickets offers E-Download on Angels Baseball Tickets, Federal Express, Will Call next the Stadium or you can pick up your tickets at our office located just minutes from Angel Stadium itself. You can you also walk in an purchase tickets before or even minutes before the game starts.
Angels Ticket Prices
Tickets for Angels games at Angel Stadium can start at only $10 per ticket during regular season games with certain exceptions such as the Red Sox , Dodgers and Yankees always command a premium price and this year being Derek Jeters last season tour Angels Vs Yankees Tickets will be one of the highest priced tickets. Angels Giveaway nights can also be a bit higher as well.
- Four games out of first.
Week Recap: The Angels won the opener of the Freeway Series with the Dodgers on Monday behind an outstanding pitching effort from Garrett Richards. The Angels ace tossed the first complete game of his career, earning his 12th victory of the season, shutting out the Dodgers. The Angels were unable to continue the momentum of Richards's shutout into the remainder of the series, losing the final three games of the series as the Dodgers pitching stymied the Angels offense. After scoring four runs in the second game of the series, losing 5-4, the Angels were scored just two runs in the final two games of the series, with Dan Haren and Hyun Jin-Ryu holding the Angels powerful offense at bay. The Angels offensive difficulties carried on into the weekend series with the Boston Red Sox. The Angels lost two of three to the Red Sox, scoring just three runs combined on Friday and Sunday. In between the two losses the Angels defeated the Red Sox 5-4 on Saturday night in nineteen innings. The nineteen inning game was the longest game in the major leagues this season. Albert Pujols won the game in the bottom of the nineteenth with a walk-off home run, the 514th of his major league career. The game, which took over six hours, with both teams using nine pitchers each. Matt Shoemaker earned the victory in relief, his tenth win of the season. Shoemaker retired all nine batters he faced to earn the victory.
The Week Ahead: The Angels play just five games the coming week. After taking Monday off the Angels host the Philadelphia Phillies in an interleague series starting on Tuesday night. After another day off the Angels make the trip to Texas to face the Rangers in a three-game weekend series. The Rangers series is the start of a pivotal ten game road trip that also takes the Angels to Boston for four games and Oakland for a three game series. The Oakland series is the start of a ten game stretch where the Angels play the Athletics seven times in a ten game span, a stretch of games that could decide the division.
Where They Stand: After losing three games in the standings the past week the Angels are four games behind the A's in the American League West.