You sell tickets to a perfect game after it happens. That is exactly what the Florida Marlins plan on doing Tuesday. Starting that day, you will be able to buy tickets online or in person to Roy Halladay’s perfect game thrown against the Marlins from Saturday where he also struck out eleven. The Marlins actually had a paid attendance of roughly 25,000 fans which is pretty awesome for them. However, paid attendance numbers are always inflated. But, if you’re interested in purchasing a piece of history that you did not actually see in person, the Marlins are selling.
Speaking of the Marlins, they pulled off a rather large comeback against the Milwaukee Brewers today. Down 4-0 in the top of the 6th with the bases juiced and only one out, the Marlins got a double play to end the inning. They then put up 7 in the bottom of the sixth and ended up winning the game 13-5. Chris Narveson, the Brewers starter had struck out 8 through 5 innings, giving up only 2 hits. He then gave up 5 runs without being able to make it out of the sixth taking the loss. The Marlins were led by a 4 RBI, 2 hit performance from Cody Ross. So in one day, the Marlins embarrassed themselves and the Brewers.