Marlins Sell Unsold Perfect Game Tix

Roy Halladay threw a perfect game Saturday, now you can pretend you were there

By Jessica Sick
|  Monday, May 31, 2010  |  Updated 3:00 PM EDT
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Marlins Sell Unsold Perfect Game Tix

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Halladay was sharp from the start.

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Here's a chance to buy tickets to a guaranteed perfect game - the one Roy Halladay already threw.

The Florida Marlins will begin selling on Tuesday unused tickets to the game in which the Philadelphia Phillies ace pitched the 20th perfect game in major league history, a 1-0 victory over the Marlins on Saturday.

All tickets will be regularly priced and on sale both online and through the Marlins' box office.

Paid attendance that night was about 25,000, a relatively large crowd for a Marlins' home game. By comparison, Florida drew a paid crowd of 10,115 - its smallest of the season - for Monday's game against Milwaukee.

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