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New York Mets Playoff Tickets On Secondary Market Over $400 For Possible Series Clinching Game 4

Only hours removed from the New York Mets’ bats going wild in the first postseason game at Citi Field in almost 10 seasons, the Mets have to refocus and take on one of the best pitchers in baseball in Game 4. But their confidence has never been higher.

Monday night, the Mets were down 3-0 early after Matt Harvey had trouble locating pitches but the Mets lineup proved to be the deciding factor for the night. Curtis Granderson injected life into the stadium with a bases clearing double to take a 4-3 lead and the Mets never looked back. Travis d’Arnaud deposited a two-run home run into left field and Yoenis Cespedes put the icing on the cake with a blast into left field that put fans at Citi Field in a frenzy. Granderson, Cespedes and d’Arnaud had eight hits and 11 RBI and put the Mets within one victory of reaching the National League Championship Series.

The Dodgers are throwing Clayton Kershaw on three days rest for Game 4 at Citi Field Tuesday night, after he was on the losing side of Game 1 in Los Angeles. The Mets scored three runs off Kershaw in Game 1, who went 6 2/3 innings and walked four batters.

For the Mets, Long Island native Steven Matz will take the mound, who hasn’t pitched in the Majors since September 24th because of back spasms. The 24-year-old is hoping for the Mets’ bats to have a repeat of Game 3

Mets tickets on the secondary market are yielding some high numbers with Mets fever taking over the city. According to, the average ticket price for Tuesday’s game at Citi Field has an average price of $433.61 with a get-in price of $153. For comparison’s sake, Game 5 in Los Angeles currently has an average ticket price of $264.96 with a get-in price of $59 for an elimination game.

To be a part of the scene at Citi Field, Hipmunk has flight deals for out-of-town fans hoping to see the Mets move onto the next round. Fans can also find the perfect hotel in East Elmhurst on Hipmunk to be near all major transportation options to get to and from the game.

The Mets didn’t retaliate to Chase Utley, who was showered with boos when announced before the game. Michael Cuddyer said after the game that the best retaliation is winning, and the Mets would like nothing more to eliminate Utley and the Dodgers from the postseason in Game 4.

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