- $79 for one lower-promenade reserve ticket (up to $107 value)
- $99 for one promenade box ticket (up to $160 value)
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The Scouting Report
Cricket is a weird game that can take days to play—at least, that’s what most Americans think. The game’s worldwide following is now five times that of baseball, meaning it’s hardly just the pastime of stodgy gentility, and at this Cricket All-Stars exhibition game, the pace will be accelerated too. The game’s T20 format typically takes only three hours to play—good news for fans with dinner reservations but bad news for those planning to roast a whole turkey under their seats.
On November 7, the diamond at Citi Field—home throughout 2015 to the best baseball players in the National League—transforms into an oval-shaped field to welcome some of the best cricket players in the entire world. Two international superstars headline this exhibition: Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar and Australian spinner Shane Warne. The format is simple. Each has hand-selected an elite team of players from around the world to appear in this first-ever American showdown between the two cricket icons. Spectators will see an assortment of top-tier athletes from Australia, Pakistan, West Indies, England, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, South Africa, and India, all brought together by their universal passion—the world’s universal passion, really—for hitting stuff with a bat.