When your team hasn’t been to the World Series in 19 years, the fan base is eager
to spend some cash on the moment.
Here’s more from Cleveland.com:
The Cleveland Indians announced Thursday that the team has sold out the remaining allotment of tickets for its home games in the 2016 World Series.
A limited number of World Series tickets went on sale to the general public via indians.com at 10 a.m. on Thursday. By 10:17 the club announced all remaining tickets were sold out.
Some tickets were made available to Indians Insiders on Wednesday, prior to the remaining public on-sale.
Average resale prices for World Series ticketsclimbed past $2,400 online within hours of the team winning the American League pennant, according to TicketIQ.