ARLINGTON - The Texas Rangers will begin selling American League Championship Series (ALCS) tickets on Saturday.
The club also has limited tickets remaining for the American League Divisional Series (ALDS), which is the first round of Major League Baseball's playoffs.
Fans may purchase up to four tickets for individual playoff games in either series.
Obstructed view and standing room only seats are available for games one and two in the Divisional League Series. Seating inventory is available for a potential home game three, should the Rangers host their first-round opponent.
Tickets for the AL Championship Series will go on sale Sept. 24 at 9 a.m. Last year, the Rangers beat the New York Yankees to win the ALCS and advance to the franchise's first World Series appearance.
The Rangers are hoping to clinch the American League West (and the playoff spot that comes with it) over the weekend. They would need to win Friday's game against the Seattle Mariners and hope the L.A. Angels lose their game late Friday with the Oakland A's.
Otherwise, Texas would need to win one of their five remaining games to clinch the division.
Tickets are available through the team's website, which is linked above.