CLEVELAND — If you're excited for the Guardians postseason, you should be.
We now know that the team will host the Tampa Bay Rays this weekend at Progressive Field in the best-of-three American League Wild Card Series. Games 1 and 2 are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, respectively, at 12:07 p.m., while Game 3 (if necessary) is tentatively set for Sunday at 4:07 p.m.
The Guardians' website shows tickets (which can only be purchased online) are still available for all three games. While Game 2 is just about sold out, dozens of upper-deck seats remain free for Game 1. Game 3 still has plenty of availability, and fans will receive a refund if the series doesn't go the distance.
For this and all subsequent rounds, season-ticker holders for first access to playoff tickets, which went on sale to the general public last Thursday. Single-game seats through the team's portal start at $69, plus fees, while Major League Baseball's preferred resale site StubHub currently has options as low as $72 for Friday.
In addition to the wild-card series, tickets for a potential division series matchup against the New York Yankees are also on sale. Fans attending any playoff games are encouraged to "Rock Your Red," wearing Cleveland's most-primary color throughout the stadium.
To read more about the Guardians' ticket policies, click HERE.