Marlins Are Selling Tickets to Yesterday's Game
The 2013 season is over but you can still buy Marlins tickets. The team is still selling unsold tickets to Henderson Alvarez's bizarre no-hitter for $15 a pop, which would be a really, really great deal if time travel existed.
9,100 of those tickets are still available.
According to one reporter, those tickets will actually count toward's the Marlin's official attendance records. So, technically its possible that the Marlins would still have a sell-out this season after all.
Remember, the tickets being sold today by the Marlins for yesterday's game counts as "attendance". Put a big freaking asterisk on Marlins— Maury Brown (@BizballMaury) September 30, 2013
This isn't the first time the Marlins sold tickets to a game that has already happened. According to Local 10, back in 2010 when The Phillies' Roy Halladay threw a no-hitter against the team, the Marlins also sold tickets to that after the fact.
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