World Series ticket demand crashes computers
The Colorado Rockies have
suspended sale of World Series tickets against Boston Red Sox
after demand crashed their computer system.
Colorado Rockies and their fans are cheering the advancement of
their team to the World Series, but the sale of tickets for the
big game was suspended, after the enormous demand crashed down
the computer system, upsetting thousands of fans who couldn't
get them. According to the Rockies, who put up 60,000 tickets
for online sale on Monday, the demand for them caused the system
to simply shut down. There is no word on when the World Series
tickets will be back on the virtual shelf.
Event though the Rockies limited sales
to only 4 per person per game, but many remain disappointed.
Season ticket holders were lucky and had the chance to purchase
World Series tickets last week. The rest of the fans will have
to wait until the system gets back online. The first game of the
World Series between the Colorado Rockies and the Boston Red Sox
starts this Thursday in Boston an the sportsbooks were quick to
post betting odds on the game. At
Bookmaker the Red Sox are
favorite to win the game on Thursday with odds -210 and the
Rockies are underdog at +195. Totals score is sitting at 8.5 and
and the runline favors the Red Sox -1.5 and pays out EVEN.