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About the Arizona Diamondbacks
One of the MLB’s newest kids on the block, the Arizona Diamondbacks have only been around since 1998. Yet despite how wet behind the ears this team should be, their performance has been anything but. Whether the D-backs have been eating their Wheaties or that hot Arizona sun makes for monster ballplayers isn’t clear, but something’s going on that’s made the Diamondbacks a force to be reckoned with from the start.
Like Fire Right Out of the Gate
You would think that such a young franchise would spend a lot of time teambuilding before becoming competitive, but the D-backs wasted no time in showcasing their excellence. The Diamondbacks set a league record when they bagged a World Series win in 2001 just four seasons after their inception, making them the fastest expansion team to do so. The fact that they took out the Yankees that year to clinch the championship is just icing on the cake, though Yankees fans sure didn’t enjoy getting manhandled by the equivalent of a toddler.
Meanwhile, the Diamondbacks have amassed a pretty impressive set of accolades. In addition to the World Series win, they’ve got five NL division titles under their belt, one NL pennant, and one Wild Card game, with the latter being the most recent in the 2016-2017 season. Overall, Arizona’s got one hell of a record – as of the 2017-2018 season, the franchise has a .493 regular season record. Not bad for a team that’s barely 20 years old!
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do the Diamondbacks play?
The Diamondbacks play at Chase Field, smack dab in the middle of downtown Phoenix. The retractable roof stadium was originally named Bank One Ballpark until naming rights changed hands in 2005. Of course, it’s only fair that a ballpark in one of the hottest parts of the country has a swimming pool in right-center field – and, yes, you and 34 of your closest friends can have poolside seats if you don’t mind dropping a few grand for the privilege.
When do Diamondbacks tickets go on sale?
Diamondbacks tickets go on sale before the MLB begins its regular season. In fact, Diamondbacks tickets to games played at Chase Field are available months in advance, as are D-backs tickets for away games across the country at rival ballparks. In other words, there is no rush to check the Diamondbacks’ schedule and pick out which games you’d like to see.
Is it better to buy Diamondbacks tickets in advance?
With both home and away Diamondbacks tickets being available so far ahead of opening day, it’s easy to buy tickets whenever you want to. Believe it or not, though, you may not need to plan that far ahead. You can often get great and cheap last-minute tickets to Diamondbacks games by waiting to make your purchase until the very last minute. The reason this works is that ticket sellers will almost always drop their prices as game day inches closer.
What’s the best way to buy cheap Diamondbacks tickets?
The best way to buy cheap Diamondbacks tickets, or really any cheap last-minute sports tickets, is always going to be from services that connect fans and resellers online. These tickets marketplaces often have some of the cheapest ticket prices and are the easiest and safest way to shop for cheap Diamondbacks tickets. Can you buy Diamondbacks tickets at the stadium? Sure – but you’re not likely to find the best deal that way.
Why should I choose Gametime over other ticket marketplaces?
Ticket marketplaces are the best place to find sports tickets. And when it comes to cheap Diamondbacks tickets, Gametime is your best choice. Seats bought through us are affordable because we charge some of the lowest service fees anywhere. On top of that, we show you the view from the seats you’re shopping for thanks to our panoramic seat view photos. You’ll never have to buy seats blind with Gametime – you’ll know what your view of the field at Chase Field will be before you buy those cheap Diamondbacks tickets.
So the next time you’re in the market for cheap Diamondbacks tickets, turn to Gametime.