A field box seat to this year's World Series will cost $150, unchanged from last year, as Major League Baseball released its postseason ticket prices.
World Series tickets will range in price from $25 for a standing-room ticket, unchanged from a year ago, to the $150 field box seats, baseball said.
Field box seats for the divisional playoffs will increase 25 percent to $50 from $40 a year ago. A $15 standing-room ticket is unchanged from last year.
The most expensive league championship series ticket is $85, up 13 percent from last year, while a field box seat cost $75. Standing-room-only seats are unchanged at $25.
STRAWBERRY UPDATE: Yankees OF Darryl Strawberry, on assignment in Columbus (Ohio), doubled and scored in the first inning of the Clippers' 5-2 victory over Toledo last night in the International League. Strawberry was 1 for 3 on the night, his only hit in his last 10 at-bats.
CANSECO UPDATE: Tampa Bay's Jose Canseco, on the disabled list since undergoing back surgery July 10, began taking batting practice on Wednesday. He did not accompany the Devil Rays on their road trip.
STAMP FOR MARIS: The U.S. Postal Service will unveil a stamp today honoring former Yankee Roger Maris's 61-home run season in 1961, the agency said.