- One ticket to see a Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim baseball game
- Where: Angel Stadium
- Door time: two hours before opening pitch
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Game and Seating Options
Against the Miami Marlins on Monday, August 25, at 7:05 p.m.
- $10 for lower view all-star seating in sections 408–409 or 428–429 ($15 value)
- $16 for field box seating in sections 101–104 or 131–133 ($21.50 value)
- $26 for terrace all-star seating in sections 206–207 or 226–228 ($39.50 value)
- $60 for field MVP seating in sections 109–110 or 125–127 ($75.50 value)
Against the Oakland Athletics on Thursday, August 28, at 7:05 p.m.
- $9 for right- or left-field pavilion seating in sections 241–249 or sections 257-260 ($14 value)
- $15 for lower view MVP seating in sections 411–426 ($22.50 value)
- $30 for club all-star seating in sections 309–312 or 339–343 ($41.50 value)
- $38 for field all-star seating in sections 106–107 or 129–130 (a $47.50 value)
- $60 for field MVP seating in sections 109–110 or 125–127 ($76.50 value)
Against the Athletics on Sunday, August 31, at 12:35 p.m. (kids can run the bases after this game)
- $6 for lower-view box seating in sections 401–406 or 431–436 ($11.50 value)
- $10 for right-field MVP seating in sections 236–240 ($18.50 value)
- $15 for field box seating in sections 101–104 or 132–133 ($21.50 value)
- $32 for field all-star seating in sections 106–107 or 129–130 ($50.50 value)
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The Scouting Report
Currently, the Angels boast the best record in baseball—but they’re still fighting for their playoff lives. That’s because the Angels have jockeyed with the Oakland A’s all season long for the top spot in the A.L. West. Even so, the Angels are clearly in the class of elite teams in the AL, thanks to their white-hot bats and heat-resistant batting gloves. The team sits amongst baseball’s best in batting average, slugging percentage, and runs, and its pitching staff has held opposing hitters to one of the league’s lowest averages. All of that will come into play next week, when the Miami Marlins invade Angel Stadium as a prelude to a crucial series against the A’s.