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It’s the final day of the MLB Regular Season, and both the National League and American League Wild Card races are in a dead heat, and fans are scrambling to secure Wild Card Tiebreaker Tickets, just in case.

Over in the AL, the Boston Red Sox are in the midst of a monumental collapse, and now find themselves tied with the Tampa Bay Rays for the final playoff spot in the AL with one game left to play. The Sox take on the feisty Baltimore Orioles this evening at Fenway Park, while the Rays take on the mighty New York Yankees at Tropicana Field. On the surface, it would appear that the Red Sox have the advantage going against a weaker foe, but in reality, the Yankees are expected to sit many of their regulars, giving the Rays a slight leg up. If both teams are victorious on Wednesday night, a one-game playoff would occur on Thursday afternoon.

If needed, the Thursday AL tiebreaker game would be held in St. Petersburg, Florida at Tropicana. First pitch is scheduled for 4:07pm. The winner of the tiebreaker game would then advance to the postseason to face either the Texas Rangers or Detroit Tigers.

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Tampa Bay Rays Tiebreaker Tickets

In the National League, the Atlanta Braves have suffered a similar collapse to that of the Red Sox, and are all tied up with the St. Louis Cardinals for the Wild Card spot.  The Cardinals will take on the Houston Astros in Wednesday’s finale, the worst team in baseball. The Braves, meanwhile, will be facing the Philadelphia Phillies, the best team in baseball. Luckily for Braves fans, the Phils have decided to start Joe Blanton rather than ace Cole Hamels, which definitely helps their chances of securing a victory. If both squads are victorious (or if both lose), the one-game playoff will be on Thursday night at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. First pitch will be at 8:07.

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STL Cardinals Tiebreaker Tickets 

Cardinals Playoffs Tickets

If the Cardinals were to win, they would face the Phillies in the first round of the playoffs, while the Braves would be headed to either Milwaukee or Arizona, depending on how the seeding ends up.

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