San Francisco currently leads the major leagues in wins, but will be hosting one of the hottest teams in baseball this week The Washington Nationals are seeking their eighth win in 10 games and look to keep their offense going against a Giants team that has won 14 of 17 overall and nine of their last 10 games at home. This will be the first time this season the Nationals appear on the San Francisco Giants schedule. Each of the games during this series will be below the $112.53 average price on the secondary market, with the series as a whole 71% below the season average.
6/9 – Stephen Strasburg vs Ryan Vogelsong | Avg. Price: $23 | Get-in Price: $3
On Monday night, the four game series kicks off between the Nationals and Giants. San Francisco Giants vs the Nationals tickets for the opening game of this series have an average price of $23 with a get in price of just $3. The pitching matchup is Washington right-hander Stephen Strasburg (5-4) looking to win his third straight start as he takes on Giants right-hander Ryan Vogelsong (4-2).
6/10 – Doug Fister vs Madison Bumgarner | Avg. Price: $27 | Get-in Price: $3
On June 10, Giants tickets have an average price of $27 with a get in price of just $3. The pitching matchup features Washington right-hander Doug Fister (4-1) vs San Francisco left-hander Madison Bumgarner (8-3) looking to win his fourth straight start.
6/11 – Tanner Roark vs Matt Cain | Avg. Price: $27 | Get-in Price: $3
Giants tickets will remain the same price with an average of $27 and a get-in of $3. The pitching matchup will feature Nationals right-hander Tanner Roark (4-4) vs Giants right-hand hurler Matt Cain (1-3), who has struggled lately, winning only one game in nine starts this season.
6/12 – Blake Treinen vs Tim Hudson | Avg. Price: $43 | Get-in Price: $5
The finale of this series on June 12, will have the highest average and get-in price of the series at $43 and $5, respectively. The Giants will send out veteran right hander Tim Hudson (6-2) to the mound who has pitched very well this year vs Washington right hander Blake Treinen (0-2) who is making just his fourth start this season.
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