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September 28, 2009 14:43 ET

TicketLiquidator's Ticket of the Week: Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins

VERNON, CT--(Marketwire - September 28, 2009) - TicketLiquidator, the leading provider of the world's most extensive ticket inventory for hard-to-find, low priced tickets, today announced that tickets are on sale for this week's crucial American League Central series between the Detroit Tigers and the Minnesota Twins at Detroit's Comerica Park. With the Twins trailing the Tigers by two games in the division, the winner of this series will likely represent the AL Central in the Major League Baseball (MLB) playoffs. The entire one-hundred sixty-two game season comes down to this week, so Twins Tigers tickets are certain to be a hot item in Detroit.

With most of the other post-season teams all but determined, the AL Central pennant race is the only division title that is yet to be clinched. The four-game series begins on Monday, September 28 at 7:05PM. The first game of the series features pitchers Nick Blackburn vs. Rick Porcello. Brian Duensing will take on Justin Verlander on Tuesday's game, while Wednesday night's nationally televised match-up will showcase Carl Pavano pitching opposite Eddie Bonine. In the final game of the series, Scott Baker will take on Nate Robertson with the first pitch scheduled to kick off the game at 1:05PM.

"This week's series between the Twins and Tigers offers the dynamics of a playoff atmosphere a few days early in the season, with both teams competing for one spot in the playoffs," said Alexandra Owens, Managing Editor. "It's sure to be an electric atmosphere for fans of both Tigers and Twins teams."

The AL Central is the only division whose post-season representative isn't certain. The New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals and LA Dodgers have already clinched post-season spots, while the Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, LA Angels and Colorado Rockies are favorites to be playing at the end of the regular-season. The post-season is fast approaching and TicketLiquidator already has MLB playoff tickets for sale. ALDS tickets, ALCS tickets as well as NLDS tickets and NLCS Tickets are available on Once the playoffs are finalized and the AL division champion takes on the NL's best, World Series tickets will be on sale as well.

With the 162-game MLB season almost down to the wire and the AL Central's soon to be determined winning team, tickets for the Minnesota Twins vs. Detroit Tigers games are TicketLiquidator's "Ticket of the Week."


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